It has been the year of @JRMotorsports in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. Through 23 races, the team has been to Victory Lane a series leading seven times. They also hold the top two positions in drivers standings with @ChaseElliott and @ReganSmith. The team is currently excelling on all levels which is a trend they expect to keep up heading to Atlanta Motor Speedway. Continue reading “JR Motorsports Seeks Success in Atlanta”
Momentum is one of the strongest forces in motorsports. It can lead a team to the pinnacle of success. Over the years, it has proven to be one of the most important keys to winning a championship. This was never more true than last year with @Matt_Crafton.
This season, @RyanBlaney22’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team hopes to use it to the same extent as they compete for the title. Continue reading “Ryan Blaney Looks to Begin Title Run”
Drivers will be California dreaming this weekend as they head back out to the West Coast for the annual scheduled stop at Auto Club Speedway.
The last time NASCAR was in Southern California, a thrilling race went down on and off the track. As rivals clashed and water bottles were thrown, a wilder Fontana emerged. This has fans wondering what could possibly happen in this year’s race, which is the question driving this week’s five predictions. Continue reading “Five Predictions for Fontana”
Short track racing at its finest will be present this weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway. Thunder Valley often produces exciting bumper-to-bumper racing and it is sure to again this time around.
The winning combination at Bristol includes being patiently aggressive. All teams will search for that combination this weekend. Whichever one can find it the quickest will experience the most success. Figuring out which team that may be inspired this week’s five predictions. Continue reading “Five Predictions for Bristol”
Ever since the track was reconfigured in 2011, action has been at a premium. The new configuration can produce some unexpected and wild moments, which aid this week’s five predictions. Continue reading “Five Predictions for Phoenix”
Kyle Busch just had to get through Sunday’s Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway then he could breathe a little easier while competing for the Sprint Cup championship. Getting through his worst track on record, where he has yet to score a top five, wasn’t going to be easy. However, it seemed as if the more focused Busch could pull it off this season. Surviving the day was going to keep the No.18 team in contention for the title and it looked like they were going to accomplish that task until the final 100 laps. Continue reading “Down But Not Out”
It is no secret that Kyle Busch and Kansas Speedway haven’t always gotten along well.
Despite the track resurfacing last season, Busch has continued to struggle at the speedway. Two top 10’s from October 2006 and April 2012 make up his highlights at Kansas. His performance since the resurfacing are two finishes outside of the top 30, only adding to his Kansas misery. Continue reading “Kansas and Kyle: The Imperfect Combination”