The final race of the first round of the playoffs will eliminate four drivers today from Dover International Speedway.
Greg DePalma, Kenny Bruce of NASCAR.com and PSN motorsports analyst C.J. Radune look ahead to this weekend’s start of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup playoffs, where they agree on three of the four cars they expect to reach the final showdown at Homestead. They also talk about which driver and team changes lie ahead, plus Dale Earnhardt Jr.‘s pending retirement.
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.
After winning his first career Monster Energy Cup Series race here at Pocono Raceway in June, Ryan Blaney goes for another win today from the third-row.
Kyle Busch goes for his third consecutive win at Indianapolis Motor Speedway which happens to be the last track he’s won at in the Monster Energy Cup Series.
Here are the updated Monster Energy Cup Series Championship odds including this week’s future plays prior to the Brickyard 400 from Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
It’s hard to believe but we’re still waiting for a Joe Gibbs Racing driver to make his way to Victory Lane in the Cup Series for the first time this season. After dominating both races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway last season, there’s no better time to put an end to the drought than today.
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…
Both analysts have started out with five winning picks in eight races heading to week nine. Here are the drivers that make up this week’s race day picks report for the Toyota Owner’s 400 from Richmond International Raceway.