The 2017 NASCAR Sprint Cup season ended in spectacular fashion last week with Jimmie Johnson joining two of the sport’s biggest icon’s with his seventh series title, and just one race remains in the Formula 1 season. By C.J. Radune Prime Sports Network Racing Analyst
Greg DePalma and C.J. Radune of RotoWire.com preview the final race of the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup season. Joey Logano, Kyle Busch, Jimmie Johnson, or Carl Edwards will be crowned the 2016 Sprint Cup champion at the end of the day, but Kevin Harvick will hope to play a spoiler role starting from pole.
Four contenders prepare for a winner-take-all finale to the 2016 Sprint Cup season this weekend in Homestead Florida. Jimmie Johnson and Kyle Busch look to add to their legacies while Joey Logano and Carl Edwards will vie for their first Sprint Cup. >>Listen to Prime Sports NASCAR Sunday at 11:00 a.m. ET
Greg DePalma is joined by Kenny Bruce from NASCAR.com and C.J. Radune of RotoWire.com to look ahead to this Sunday’s season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Joey Logano may have momentum on his side, but none of the championship contenders can be counted out.
Joey Logano and Kyle Busch joined Jimmie Johnson and Carl Edwards in the final four to contend for the 2016 Sprint Cup championship in Homestead. They will be joined by 36 other drivers anxious to add a win to their 2016 scorecards in the final race of the season. By C.J. Radune Prime Sports Network Racing Analyst
Greg DePalma and C.J. Radune of RotoWire.com preview NASCAR‘s Can-Am 500 from Phoenix International Raceway. Kevin Harvick has won six of the last eight races at the track and needs a win to race for the Sprint Cup in Homestead next week.
The two remaining spots in the Chase finale at Homestead will be decided this week in Phoenix. Jimmie Johnson and Carl Edwards already have their tickets punched, and six eligible drivers will battle on the desert oval to advance. >>Listen to Prime Sports NASCAR Sunday at 11:00 a.m. ET
Rain didn’t dampen Carl Edwards’ mood as he took advantage of the weather to claim one of the four eligible Chase spots for the Homestead finale. This week’s race in Phoenix will fill the last two. By C.J. Radune Prime Sports Network Racing Analyst
Seven Chase driver will attempt to join Jimmie Johnson in the championship fight at Homestead and Greg DePalma and C.J. Radune of RotoWire.com are here to get you ready for the AAA Texas 500. Austin Dillon will start the race from pole and could play spoiler for the Chase drivers this afternoon.
Just three races remain before the 2016 Sprint Cup champion will be crowned, and three spots remain among the final four drivers. Who will join Jimmie Johnson in Homestead’s winner-take-all race? >>Listen to Prime Sports NASCAR Sunday at 11:00 a.m. ET