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The 2020 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Season is a future NASCAR season where the Cup Series will have a race overseas for the first time since the 1990's in Japan. They will run an exhibition race at the Red Bull Ring. Chase Elliott will win his first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Championship this season. The Rookie of the year will be Alex Gray, a future champion.


Team ChartEdit

  • Hendrick:
5 Kasey Kahne::</p>
8 Alex Gray:
24 Chase Elliott:
48 Jimmie Johnson:
4 Christopher Bell:
  • RCR:
3 Austin Dillion:
27 Paul Menard:
13 Ty Dillion:
18 Kyle Bush
  • JGR:
11 Denny Hamlin:
31 Ryan Newman
17 Matt Kenseth:
19 Daniel Suarez
  • MWR:
00 Elliot Sadler:
39 Ryan Newman:
55 Brian Vickers:
  • BK Racing:
23 Alex Bowman:
26 Cole Whitt (He becomes competitive):
  • Petty:
9 Ryan Truex:
43 Aric Almirola:
  • SHR:
4 Kevin Harvick:
10 Danica Patrick (She starts becoming competitive):
14 Clint Bowyer:
41 Kurt Busch:
  • TBR:
7 Michael Annett:
36 Dakoda Armstrong (R):
  • Leviane-Parsons Racing (Merger):
95 Michael McDowell:
98 Josh Wise (He gets a little competitive:
  • Xxxtreme Motorsports:
44 JJ Yeley/Reed Sorenson:
  • HScott Motorsports:
51 Justin Allgaier:
52 Dylan Kwasnewski:
53 James Buescher:
  • Penske:
2 Brad Keselowski:
12 Sam Hornish Jr.:
22 Joey Logano:
77 Ryan Blaney:
  • Roush Fenway:
6 Ryan Reed:
16 Greg Biffle:
17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr:
97 Trevor Bayne:
  • Furniture Row:
78 Martin Truex Jr.:
79 Eric Jones
  • Ganassi:
1 Regan Smith:
45 Jeffrey Earnhardt (R):
42 Kyle Larson:
  • NEMCO:
87 Joe Nemecheck (He'll always be around ^_^):
  • Germain Racing:
13 Casey Mears:
30 Ben Kennedy:
  • JTG Daughtry:
46 Parker Kilgerman:
47 AJ Allmendinger:
  • Wood Brothers:
21 Ryan Blaney:
  • Andretti Autosport (Forms a Cup Team in 2016, Return of Dodge):
39 Juan Pablo Montoya:
44 Jeb Burton:
  • Front Row Motorsports (FAS Lane Merges with FRM):
32 Timmy Hill:
34 David Regan:
35 David Reutimann:
38 David Gilliland:
  • Circle Sport:
40 Landon Cassil:
82 David Stremme (others)/Dave Blaney (Restrictor Plates)

Eventually because of all the young drivers coming up through the system, NASCAR will lift the 4 cars per team rule in the near future. Allowing up to 5-6 cars.

  • Hendrick
5 Kasey Kahne 8 Gray Gaulding 24 Chase Elliott 48 Jimmie Johnson 88 Christopher Bell
  • RCR
3 Austin Dillion 27 Paul Menard 31 Ty Dillion 33 Brian Scott ( Returns to RCR )
  • JGR
11 Denny Hamlin 18 Kyle Busch? 19 Daniel Suarez 20 Matt Kenseth 54 Erik Jones
  • BK Racing
23 Cole Whitt ( He becomes competitive ) 83 Matt DiBenedetto
  • Petty
9 Aric Almirola 43 Jeb Burton
  • SHR
4 Kevin Harvick 10 David Ragan (Danica Patrick returned to IndyCar and flourished) 14 Clint Bowyer 41 Kurt Busch
  • TBR
7 Justin Allgaier 36 Dakoda Armstrong (R)
  • Leviane-Premium Racing (Merger)
95 Michael McDowell 98 Ryan Preece
  • HScott Motorsports
51 Michael Annett
  • Penske
2 Brad Keselowski 12 Ryan Blaney 22 Joey Logano
  • Roush Fenway
6 Ryan Reed 16 Chris Buescher 17 Darrell Wallace Jr 97 Trevor Bayne 99 Martin Truex Jr.
  • Furniture Row
78 Sam Hornish Jr. 79 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
  • Ganassi
1 Dylan Kwasenski ( R ) 40 Jeffrey Earnhardt 42 Kyle Larson
  • NEMCO
87 John Hunter Nemechek
  • Germain Racing
13 Casey Mears 30 Ben Kennedy
  • JTG Daughtry
47 AJ Allmendinger
  • Wood Brothers (Finally Becomes Full Time)
21 James Buescher
  • Front Row Motorsports (FAS Lane Merges with FRM)
32 Timmy Hill 34 Brett Moffitt 35 David Gilliland 38 Tyler Reddick

NASCAR Playoffs (Final Standings)Edit

1. Chase Elliott (Hendrick Motorsports) *2020 Champion

2. Jimmie Johnson (Hendrick Motorsports)  *2006-2010/2013/2016 Champion

3. Christopher Bell (Hendrick Motorsports)

4. Kyle Larson (Ganassi Racing) *2018 Champion

5. Gray Gaulding (Hendrick Motorsports) (R)

6. Ryan Blaney (Penske Racing)

7. Erik Jones (Joe Gibbs Racing)

8. Joey Logano (Penske Racing) *2017 Champion

9. Austin Dillion (Richard Childress Racing) 

10. Ty Dillion (Richard Childress Racing)

11. Brad Kesolowski (Penske Racing) *2012 Champion

12. Kyle Busch (Joe Gibbs Racing) *2015 Champion

13. Clint Bowyer (Stewart-HAAS Racing)

14. Martin Truex Jr. (Furniture Row Racing)

15. Denny Hamlin (Joe Gibbs Racing)

16. Daniel Suarez (Joe Gibbs Racing)

2020 ScheduleEdit

  1. Road America FS1
  2. Daytona 500 FOX
  3. Atlanta FOX
  4. Las Vegas FOX
  5. Rockingham FOX
  6. Auto Club FOX
  7. Martinsville FS1
  8. North Wilkesboro FOX
  9. Bristol FOX
  10. Richmond FS1
  11. Talladega FOX
  12. Kansas FS1
  13. Charlotte FOX
  14. Dover FS1
  15. Pikes Peak FS1
  16. Milwaukee Mile FS1
  17. Sonoma FOX
  18. Daytona NBC
  19. Kentucky NBCSN
  20. Willow Springs NBCSN
  21. Indianapolis NBC
  22. Pocono NBCSN
  23. Watkins Glen NBCSN
  24. Michigan NBCSN
  25. Bristol NBC
  26. Darlington NBC
  27. Richmond NBC

PlayoffsEdit

  • Chicagoland NBCSN
  • Las Vegas NBCSN
  • Dover NBCSN
  • Charlotte NBC
  • Talladega NBC
  • Silverstone Sky Sports (UK) NBCSN (US)
  • Martinsville NBCSN
  • Texas NBCSN
  • Phoenix NBC
  • Homestead-Miami NBC

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