The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will travel to Daytona, Florida this week for the Coke Zero 400 at the Daytona Raceway. Our job is to select the best combination of drivers that will give your DraftKings fantasy team the best chance toShow More Summary
For the Sprint Cup Series teams, Friday was supposed to be a day of preparation for this weekend’s qualifying and racing. However, for a number of teams, Friday ended up being rather painful. Roughly ten minutes into the session, Brad...Show More Summary
Sprint Cup races shifting from FOX to NBC beginning Sunday is a much-welcomed change. As NBC Sports takes over broadcasting duties of the Sprint Cup and Xfinity Series this weekend, analysts Jeff Burton and Steve Letarte received a mandate...Show More Summary
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver David Ragan will pull double duty at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway this weekend. In addition to his normal duties as driver of the No. 55 Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota in Sunday’s Coke Zero 400 Sprint Cup race, he’ll also climb behind the wheel of the No 20 Joe Gibbs Racing [...]
Coke Zero is the restrictor plate of beverages: By virtue of its tasty and calorie-free secret formula, it, in theory, restricts one’s capacity to fall victim to the onslaught of drinks chemically laced with high fructose corn syrup. So...Show More Summary
MEMPHIS, Tenn. – July 1, 2015 – As it has since 2013, Bass Pro Shops will share the orange and black No. 14 Chevrolet with Ducks Unlimited during the Coke Zero 400. The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series car driven by Tony Stewart will race at Florida’s Daytona International Speedway Sunday night. Show More Summary
Kyle Busch‘s Sprint Cup quest for the Chase got a major boost Sunday with his Sonoma victory. The series’ 11th different winner this season, Busch’s injury exemption now gives the No. 18 team a realistic chance to make the playoffs. With ten races left, Busch must now find a way to claw inside the top... The post The Perils Of Playing It Safe appeared first on Frontstretch.
Hello glory, goodbye strife. We now have NASCAR on NBC in our life. Apologies for the trite adaptation of a line from NBC's commercials promoting its NASCAR coverage. But given Fox's coverage of NASCAR throughout the 2015 season, there's...Show More Summary
Welcome to Random Recaps, a weekly feature at From The Marbles. In this space, we'll recap a random race from the past at the track the where Sprint Cup Series is racing next. This week's race is the 2004 Daytona 500. And as always,Show More Summary
Love it or hate it. For years, most NASCAR fans have fallen into one of these two camps when it comes to road course racing on the Sprint Cup Series schedule. After this past weekend’s action at Sonoma Raceway, opinions may have changed for the better. Show More Summary
By AMANDA VINCENT Kevin Harvick, the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion, is among the nominees for the 2015 ESPY Awards to be handed out July 15 at 8 p.m. ET Harvick is nominated in the Best Driver category. Other drivers in the Best Driver category include NHRA drag racer Erica Enders-Sevents, Formula 1 driver [...]
The No. 24 car will carry a familiar look in the August night race at Bristol. Jeff Gordon is bringing back his iconic rainbow paint scheme in this his final Sprint Cup Series season before he retires at the end of the year. Of all the different paint schemes that have adorned the No. Show More Summary
The first of the two road course stops took place this weekend for the Sprint Cup series and as has been the case the last few years, it provided some of the best and closest racing we see during the whole season. It also provided us with a couple of hot tempers, so it’s all... The post Who’s Hot and Who’s Not in NASCAR: Daytona Edition appeared first on Frontstretch.
Last weekend was pretty crazy in the racing world. You had the Sprint Cup Series on a road course, always a good time. You also had the Verizon IndyCar Series at Auto Club Speedway in what turned out to be just about the wildest race in the history of open wheel racing. Crikey. Show More Summary
As expected, it was a wild affair on the road course at Sonoma Raceway last weekend. Now, with the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series headed back to a series of more traditional ovals for its next five races, it's time to take stock in which drivers...Show More Summary
For the first time since Dale Earnhardt Jr.‘s 2014 Daytona 500 triumph, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) will race at Daytona International Speedway on Sunday night. NASCAR released the entry list for the July 5 Coke Zero 400 at Daytona earlier today (June 29). Show More Summary
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will travel to Daytona, Florida this week for the Coke Zero 400. Racing in the summer at Daytona will be different from the Daytona 500. The race track was cooler and had more grip in the February race. This week, the track will be hot and slick. Show More Summary
Kyle Busch turned a sunny day at Sonoma Raceway into his day of reckoning in the Sprint Cup Series as the 30-year-old – who is only four months removed from suffering a broken leg and foot at Daytona in February – took advantage of a brilliant strategy move late to hold off brother Kurt to... The post Kyle Busch Claims Comeback Win at Sonoma appeared first on Frontstretch.
By AMANDA VINCENT Kyle Busch claimed his first win of 2015 Sunday with his victory of the Toyota/SaveMart 350 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Sonoma Raceway. “This is awesome; it’s unbelievable. Can’t say enough about my team, everyone at Joe Gibbs Racing,” Busch said. “I don’t know if they can all understand how it [...]
Kyle Busch earns first wins since Daytona crash. Four months after a crash left him with devastating injuries, Kyle Busch won his Sprint Cup Series race of the season Sunday at Sonoma Raceway. Busch passed leader Jimmie Johnson with five laps remaining, then outran older brother Kurt Busch and Clint Bowyer to secure the win. Show More Summary