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Dale Earnhardt Jr. predicts future for Bubba Wallace and Kyle Larson, discusses Chase Elliott's NASCAR title

The 15-time Most Popular Driver sat down with CBS Sports for an exclusive interview

LOOK: William Hill bettor turns 10-leg football parlay into more than $704,000

The bet was almost spoiled by the heaviest favorite on the ticket

LOOK: William Hill bettor turns $4,000 seven-leg football parlay into more than $440,000

The bet came down to a massive sweat as the Steelers defeated the Cowboys on Sunday

Erik Jones to replace Bubba Wallace in No. 43 at Richard Petty Motorsports for 2021 NASCAR season

Wallace is headed to a new team owned by Michael Jordan and Denny Hamlin

Jimmie Johnson set to conclude 7-time NASCAR Cup series championship career at Phoenix

Johnson is seeking a win in his final race and has been winless since 2017

Michael Jordan-Bubba Wallace NASCAR team will be named 23XI Racing

Wallace will drive a car with Jordan's famous No. 23 on it next season

NASCAR Championship 4 at Phoenix: Best bets, title picks, driver matchups and DFS plays

Denny Hamlin is the favorite to win the title at William Hill Sportsbook

Bubba Wallace unveils No. 23 Toyota car he'll drive for Michael Jordan's 23XI Racing team

Toyota Racing Development will build the team's engines and provide technology, data and technical assistance

Kyle Larson signs with Hendrick Motorsports, will drive No. 5 in NASCAR Cup Series in 2021

Larson was terminated from Chip Ganassi Racing and suspended indefinitely by NASCAR in April following the use of a racial slur in an online iRacing event​

Chase Briscoe to replace Clint Bowyer in No. 14 at Stewart-Haas Racing for 2021

Briscoe leads the Xfinity Series with nine wins in 2020

Kyle Larson reinstated by NASCAR after suspension for using racial slur, will be eligible to race in 2021

Larson was suspended indefinitely after using a racial slur in an iRacing event back in April

WATCH: NASCAR Xfinity Series driver flips upside-down in fiery wreck at Kansas Speedway

Xfinity Series driver Anthony Alfredo got out of his car under his own power after the wreck

Hailie Deegan to compete full-time in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2021 season

Deegan made her first truck series start on Saturday at Kansas

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