The second half of the regular season in the Monster Energy Cup Series begins today with both analysts in the black after the first 13 races. Let’s see if they can keep it that way as we take a look at their picks this week from Pocono Raceway in the Pocono 400.
Believe it or not, Kyle Busch hasn’t won a NASCAR Cup race since last July in Indianapolis, stretching his winless streak to 28 races as he heads to the Monster Mile at Dover International Speedway for the AAA 400 Drive for Autism. Does either analyst have faith that streak will come to end today from the pole?
Martin Truex Jr. looks to defend his title later today after dominating last year by leading 392 of 400 laps. Truex Jr. has 3 top-5s and a win over his last four races at Charlotte Motor Speedway while leading 523 laps combined during the past two Coke 600 races.
Tennis: PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand breaks down the top contenders at Roland Garros, as neither top seed arrives in form and no Serena Williams or Roger Federer in sight.
Rafael Nadal goes for his 10th French Open Championship starting tomorrow in Paris. Even though he’s likely to make it happen, at even-money odds you’ll have to double down hard to make anything substantial. Let’s take a look at Nadal’s toughest competitors as well as the players who have the best chance to pull off an upset or two and offer you the best earnings worth your time.
Here are the updated Monster Energy Cup Series Championship odds including this week’s future plays prior to practice today at the Coca-Cola 600 from Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Greg DePalma and handicapper Jon Hardoon of TheSheets.com preview the 142nd edition of the Preakness Stakes, where Always Dreaming tries to follow up his Kentucky Derby triumph by taking the Triple Crown’s second jewel.
Joe Gibbs Racing is still searching for their first win of the season and with Kyle Busch coming in as defending champion tonight at Kansas Speedway, maybe they’ll finally break through with that first elusive victory. Of all the drivers we’ve picked this week, only one made both handicapping lists and he happens to be from JGR. Let’s find out who that is…
Greg DePalma and handicapper Jon Hardoon of TheSheets.com take a look back at the Kentucky Derby, where Always Dreaming got out quickly and wore down his competition to take command on the final turn. What’s ahead at next week’s Preakness? A preview of Saturday’s Man O’ War Stakes at rainy Belmont Park also is on tap.
Here are the updated Monster Energy Cup Series Championship odds including this week’s future plays prior to practice today at the Go Bowling 400 from Kansas Speedway.