"(Rick Hendrick) sacrificed a lot for me, and believed in me when a lot of people didn't."
This is Chase Elliott's first win in 99 career starts.
Erik Jones is already itching for win number two.
"I thought we had some speed, there's definitely a lot more speed out there but we learned a lot from the race run."
"We're going to do our best to get that #88 up to the front and at the end of the day, it's all about giving [fans] something to cheer for."
"Drive it as hard as you possibly can and if we crash, we crash and if not, hopefully we're up there contending up front and go for it."
"A lot of teams have come and gone since Front Row Motorsports started eight or nine years ago and I think in another eight or nine years you're going to see a few of the other teams we know of today probably won't be around anymore."
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This team has been through a lot over the past 12 months.
You can view the drivers meeting and the garage in Virtual Reality.
Keselowski is racing for his second Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship.
Dillon's win in the Coca-Cola 600 was the first MENCS win in the legendary #3 since Dale Earnhardt Sr. in 2000.
Busch won his MENCS championship after breaking his leg and foot earlier that year.
Larson has four wins and seven runner-up finishes this season.
Harvick is racing for his second Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship.