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Championship playoff system used in NASCAR's three national series. Wikipedia
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- In 2004, the Southern 500 was moved to November and was run as the second-to-last race in the inaugural Chase for the Championship.
- In 2018, as part of schedule realignment, the event became the first race of the NASCAR Xfinity Series playoffs.
- Up until 2019, Johnson was the only driver to have qualified for the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs every single year since its inception in 2004.
- Since 2020, the event is currently scheduled to take place as the first race of the NASCAR playoffs.
- After the first race, Talladega hosted two Cup Series races a year, one of which would become part of the 10-race NASCAR Cup Series playoff format.
- The points earned are added to a driver/owner's regular season points total, while the winner of the stage receives an additional point that can be carried into the NASCAR playoffs.
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