William Byron turned Sin City into Win City after dominating the Pennzoil 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday
Category Archives: Cup Series
Busch Takes Fontana in First Win with RCR
The second race of the NASCAR season kicks off the west coast swing
Stenhouse Survives Daytona Demolition
The 2023 NASCAR season kicked off with the 65th installment of the Great American Race
NASCAR Silly Season 23: Hunting for Victory.
Max makes his debut with The Slow Restart and brings his unique Silly Season content with him! Let’s take a look at what JGR might be cooking up to fill the 18 car for 2023!
Our OFFICIAL 2022 NASCAR Cup Series Championship Picks
Matt, Max, and Jake make their official picks for the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series Championship for the big one out in Phoenix!
Kyle Busch and Joe Gibbs breakup saga coming to an end
Kyle Busch has arguably been one of the best drivers in NASCAR since he started driving for Hendrick Motorsports in the Grand National Series (now known as the xfinity series) at just 18 years old. After that season he would go full time in the Cup Series and race there until 2008 where he wouldContinue reading “Kyle Busch and Joe Gibbs breakup saga coming to an end”
Ross Chastain and the Future of NASCAR Wall Riding
Matt talks about Ross Chastain’s crazy move at Martinsville and speculates on what might happen down the road in regards to the concept of “wall riding.”
Cup Series playoff predictions
As the weather starts to cool down and the season changes over, our favorite sport winds down and things start to get serious. As another playoffs rolls around there are many things on the line. Some drivers are making their first appearance, some looking to repeat titles, and some are fighting to prove they actuallyContinue reading “Cup Series playoff predictions”
Indianapolis Motor Speedway: Oval Vs. Road Course for NASCAR
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
NASCAR Growth Parties
With the growth of NASCAR in the late 90s and early 2000s it felt like every race was a big deal, not just a select few throughout the season. As the hype of the sport died down and less people started to attend races there seemed to be less races that brought hype and aContinue reading “NASCAR Growth Parties”