Kenseth Wins The Ford 400, Johnson is The 2007 Champion 111807 Print
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Sunday, 18 November 2007 14:23

Jimmie Johnson was able to hold off Jeff Gordon at Homestead-Miami Sunday to win his second consecutive Nextel Cup Championship.

Johnson wasn't the only winner Sunday. Matt Kenseth won the 2007 Ford 400. Kenseth was also one of the Nascar season finale picks we gave you prior to the start of Sunday's race. Kenseth paid out an incredible 11/2 according to the oddsmakers at Bodog. Congrats to Jimmie Johnson and Hendrick Motorsports on another NASCAR Championship.

For complete Ford 400 from Homestead-Miami results click here

For complete 2007 Nextel Cup points standings click here

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