Matt takes a look at the Indy road course race from Sunday and makes a case for its continued use in the NASCAR Cup Series
Joey Logano bump’n’runs his way into the NASCAR Cup series playoff conversation. 10 winners for 16 spots, just how close will we come to filling our bracket?!
Kyle Busch makes 8 different Cup winners in 9 races with a thrilling Bristol Dirt win. The Playoff projection chart is tightening up as we head into Talladega.
The first short track points race of the year and the 2022 NASCAR Cup season is keeping its promise of near constant parity. While Richmond wasn’t the rip it down thrash it out Bowman Gray style of short track racing that much of the modern media tries to sell us, it was a good raceContinue reading “Tracking 16: a lucky 7 Different Winners after Richmond”
Updated Playoff Power Rankings after the wild finish at COTA. The path to 17 different winners is that much more realized. Let’s break it down…
Matt breaks down the winners in 2022 Cup and forecasts the likelihood of a full Playoff grid. Could we get 17 different winners?
Matt has a few drinks and pours his heart and mind out during the NASCAR Cup race at Las Vegas. This ought to be interesting…
Kyle Larson’s winless race streak officially ends at…one as the California kid scores a big victory in his home state at Fontana. After one of the more memorable qualifying days in recent NASCAR history, the Wise Power 400 at Auto Club Speedway was approached with a sense of tense uncertainty. Daytona 500 winner Austin CindricContinue reading “Larson’s Looming Legacy | NASCAR Cup at Fontana Recap”
After an impressive and exciting Daytona 500, the NASCAR Cup Series headed west to the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California. One of the more intriguing elements heading into the weekend is the brand new generation of car on a track where setup and handling will be given its first true examination in the publicContinue reading “Fontana NASCAR Cup Practice and Qualifying: Spins and High Winds”
Written by Matthew Burroughs Twitter: @MJBurroughs The 64th Daytona 500 brought much more than just the traditional start of the NASCAR racing season as the sun set on Sunday’s much anticipated Great American Race. With new faces in new places, a seemingly rejuvenated fan base filling the sold-out Daytona International Speedway, and a brand-new constructionContinue reading “Austin Cindric Rings in the Next Gen With a Daytona 500 Victory”