Chase Elliott won his first NASCAR Cup Series title on Sunday at Phoenix Raceway, with his father, Bill, becoming the champion of the classic auto racing.
At the age of 24, 11 months, and 11 days, Elliott became the third-youngest Cup Series champion in NASCAR history. Only Jeff Gordon, who won his first title at the age of 24, three months, and eight days in 1995 and 1950 champion Bill Rexford (then 23 years old) was younger.
Elliott headed his fellow finalists Denny Hamlin, Brad Keselowski, and Joey Logano in the season-ending race, which was first held at the 1-mile Arizona Oval. Hamlin, the winner for Joe Gibbs Racing this season, is also vying for his first Cup Series crown; Team Penske teammates Keselowski and Logano are both looking for the title of their second series.
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