With seven races left in the Chase, Kansas marks a critical spot in the battle for the season championship.
Strategy has always played a role in the outcome of Sprint Cup races, but in 2011, it’s more important than ever.
Fantasy NASCAR is all about picking the right drivers at the right times.
Whether you participate in a Chase fantasy NASCAR league or not, you have reached the home stretch of the season.
With four wins already this season, Kyle Busch will be a top seed in the Chase for the Cup no matter what happens on Saturday.
Kyle Busch has everything fantasy owners look for in a driver: consistency over the course of the season, momentum in recent races and a solid track record.
4 – the number of top-fives finishes for Ryan Newman in the past six races. He was fifth at Michigan.
Who knows what Michigan will bring? It’s a tricky time for both your roster and the field at large as drivers have extra incentive to go for the glory.
1 – Drivers from Australia to win in the Sprint Cup Series. Marcos Ambrose became the first driver to pull off the feat on Monday.
Watkins Glen couldn’t come soon enough on the schedule for Chase bubble drivers such as Juan Pablo Montoya, Marcos Ambrose and AJ Allmendinger.
A Kurt Busch sweep of the road courses, much like Kyle Busch did in 2008, is a real possibility this weekend.
0 Top-10 finishes for Jeff Burton in 21 starts this season. He is the only driver in the top 30 in the standings who hasn’t recorded a top-10 finish. He was 17th at Pocono. 0 Top-10 finishes for Brad Keselowski through 21 races in 2010. He has two wins and six top-10 finishes through 21 …