NASCAR Sprint Cup: More than most Sprint Cup venues, Kansas Speedway has proven a track that favors no one. Kevin Harvick, though, dominated a similar layout in Las Vegas.
NASCAR Sprint Cup: Though there’s no sure thing on a superspeedway, top drafters such as Joey Logano, Kevin Harvick and Dale Earnhardt Jr. should garner attention at Talladega.
NASCAR Sprint Cup: As with last week at Bristol, the Sprint Cup’s visit to Richmond this week puts a premium on qualifying well. Penske drivers swept last year’s two races.
NASCAR Sprint Cup: Bristol’s cramped confines form the setting for this week’s Sprint Cup race, where tension ramps high in tight quarters. Ford drivers won both races last year.
NASCAR Sprint Cup: The Sprint Cup series resumes in Texas, where fast cars have room to separate themselves from the field. Jimmie Johnson has done it four times, including three of the past five.
Greg DePalma and PSN analyst Kenny Bruce, editor of NASCAR.com, review the first six races of the 2015 Sprint Cup Series and look ahead at the upcoming stretch of races.
NASCAR Sprint Cup: The series goes short-track racing for the first time in 2015, as teammates Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson each seek a 9th career victory at Martinsville.
NASCAR Sprint Cup: Back-to-back wins have everyone chasing Kevin Harvick as the series heads to Fontana, though Harvick could be hard to beat in California as well.
NASCAR Sprint Cup: Kevin Harvick carries plenty of momentum back to Phoenix, where the reigning champ has won the past three races contested in the Arizona desert.
Greg DePalma & C.J. Radune, PSN’s NASCAR analyst, preview the Kobalt 400 from Las Vegas, the third race of the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season. Brad Keselowski is the defending champion.