PSN motorsports analyst C.J. Radune and Eric Smith of Race Review Online join Greg DePalma to discuss the way Brad Keselowski became the final name to fill out the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series‘ Championship 4 in Phoenix – as the beneficiary of some late payback when Denny Hamlin got nudged into the wall by Chase Elliott.
After winning last week at Martinsville, Kyle Busch is the first driver to claim a spot for Homestead as a second driver looks to punch his ticket today from Texas Motor Speedway.
PSN motorsports analyst C.J. Radune and Eric Smith of Race Review Online join Greg DePalma to analyze the dustup at Martinsville that took place after Denny Hamlin took Chase Elliott into the wall near the end of last Sunday’s First Data 500. They’ll also reset the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup playoff standings and look ahead to next weekend’s AAA Texas 500.
Greg DePalma and Eric Smith of Race Review Online reset the stage heading into Round 3 of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup playoffs, where Chase Elliott (24) still has a chance to claim the season title despite never winning a Cup race in his career. Meanwhile, Kyle Larson (42) is out despite four wins and 10 other top-5 finishes. Two words: Stage points.
The final race of the first round of the playoffs will eliminate four drivers today from Dover International Speedway.
Cup Series points leader Martin Truex Jr. will try and defend his win at Darlington Raceway tonight with just two races to go before the playoff races begin.
With three races remaining before the playoffs start at Chicago, several drivers are in need of a win tonight at Bristol Motor Speedway if they want to get in.
Pole sitter Kyle Busch tries for back-to-back Cup Series race wins as well as a weekend sweep at Watkins Glen International after winning the Xfinity Series race there yesterday.
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.
Here are the updated Monster Energy Cup Series Championship odds including this week’s future plays prior to practice today at the O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 from Fort Worth, Texas.