Greg DePalma and C.J. Radune of RotoWire.com preview Sunday’s Daytona 500, as an offseason of change finally gives way again to NASCAR‘s showcase event. Denny Hamlin is defending champion in a field that no longer includes Tony Stewart, Jeff Gordon and Carl Edwards but finds Dale Earnhardt Jr. back on the track after sitting out last year’s second half with concussion issues.
Even though the 2017 NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series season starts with the Daytona 500 on Sunday, our handicapping season begins now with our new points system. Let’s take a look at how we transformed our handicapping system in a sport bereft of parity starting with CJ Radune’s Team Penske picks to win it all.
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Greg DePalma is joined by Kenny Bruce from NASCAR.com to preview the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup season, which gets underway this week as Speedweeks culminates with next weekend’s Daytona 500. Jimmie Johnson is the defending Cup champion, though everyone must adjust to new rules that include dividing each race into shorter segments that carry points values.
Greg DePalma is joined by PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand to recap a vintage Australian Open, where Roger Federer and Serena Williams both added to their legacies. It’s the start of a sports menu that includes college basketball, the Senior Bowl, NASCAR and golf.
Greg DePalma is joined by Kenny Bruce from NASCAR.com to examine what the offseason holds in the Premier Series – itself a change after a sponsorship turnover – as teams shift their focus to the 2017 season. They analyze all the key driver/team changes in store, none more prevalent than Clint Bowyer (left) moving to Stewart-Haas Racing for the now-retired Tony Stewart.
Greg DePalma delves into the holiday menu for an expanded weekend of NFL and college football, highlighted by another big stakes meeting between No.2 Ohio State and No.3 Michigan. That follows visits from PSN’s own CJ Radune to review Jimmie Johnson‘s seventh Sprint Cup title and Jeff Shain to preview the World Cup of Golf.
The 2017 NASCAR Sprint Cup season ended in spectacular fashion last week with Jimmie Johnson joining two of the sport’s biggest icon’s with his seventh series title, and just one race remains in the Formula 1 season. By C.J. Radune Prime Sports Network Racing Analyst
Greg DePalma and C.J. Radune of RotoWire.com preview the final race of the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup season. Joey Logano, Kyle Busch, Jimmie Johnson, or Carl Edwards will be crowned the 2016 Sprint Cup champion at the end of the day, but Kevin Harvick will hope to play a spoiler role starting from pole.
Four contenders prepare for a winner-take-all finale to the 2016 Sprint Cup season this weekend in Homestead Florida. Jimmie Johnson and Kyle Busch look to add to their legacies while Joey Logano and Carl Edwards will vie for their first Sprint Cup. >>Listen to Prime Sports NASCAR Sunday at 11:00 a.m. ET