Martin Truex Jr. booked his spot in the next round of the Chase with a win last week, and the remaining Chase field sets their sights on claiming a similar breakthrough this week in New Hampshire.
The first spot in the Round of 12 for NASCAR’s Chase for the Sprint Cup goes to Martin Truex Jr. with his late win in Chicago. Knockout races also begin this weekend for the first time in Xfinity and Camping World Trucks.
Greg DePalma and C.J. Radune of RotoWire.com preview Sunday’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 400 at Chicagoland Speedway. The pair also recap their championship picks and give a full run down of all of Sunday’s top contenders in the first race of NASCAR‘s Chase for the Sprint Cup.
As 3-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion Tony Stewart waves goodbye to the sport, can he regain the form he displayed from earlier in the season and give his fans a curtain-call for the ages? Greg DePalma thinks so which is why he’s made the 25-1 long-shot his top sleeper pick of the Chase. See what NASCAR editor CJ Radune and NASCAR.com senior writer Kenny Bruce thinks of that pick and who they like…
Greg DePalma, Kenny Bruce of NASCAR.com, and C.J. Radune of RotoWire.com get you ready for NASCAR‘s Chase for the Sprint Cup. Kevin Harvick leads the favorites heading into the first race of the knockout format this week at Chicagoland Speedway.
Richmond presents the final opportunity drivers to earn their spot in the Chase for the Championship. Can Kevin Harvick fix the mistakes that cost him a Darlington win before the Chase kicks off? >>Listen to Prime Sports NASCAR Saturday at 1:00 p.m. ET
Martin Truex Jr. benefitted at Darlington from Kevin Harvick’s pit road mistakes to score his second win of the season. Just one race remains to book a spot in the Chase for the Sprint Cup, a Saturday night shootout at Richmond’s short oval. By C.J. Radune Prime Sports Network Racing Analyst
Kurt Busch stretched his final fuel load in Pocono to claim victory and secure his spot in the Chase. The series now visits one its most exciting tracks, and Greg DePalma and C.J. Radune break down the action ahead. >>Listen to Prime Sports NASCAR Sunday at 11:00 a.m. ET
NASCAR: Denny Hamlin was brave enough to make the move that won the Daytona 500, but many would argue the season truly begins this week in Atlanta. By C.J. Radune, PSN motorsports analyst
Greg DePalma and C.J. Radune of RotoWire.com preview the Daytona 500, where Chase Elliott starts on the pole in the No.24 car he inherited from now-retired Jeff Gordon. Joey Logano is defending champion and starts on the third row.