All of Joe Gibbs Racing’s drivers have been strong at Richmond in the past, but no one has been stronger as of late than Kyle Busch.
With an off weekend approaching for the NASXAR Sprint Cup Series, it gives us a chance to reflect on the young season.
We head into a weekend with a multitude of them, culminating in Sunday’s roulette-wheel style race at Talladega.
Last Sunday’s race at Martinsville didn’t go the way fantasy owners thought it would for Denny Hamlin, but it wasn’t because he didn’t have a good car.
Denny Hamlin has won three consecutive races around the tight half-mile oval.
All the statistics pointed to Kyle Busch last week, and this week they all point to Jimmie Johnson.
Don’t be afraid to get a little Rowdy this weekend. Kyle Busch has won three of the last four Sprint Cup races at Bristol.
Before the race in Phoenix, Jeff Gordon went 66 races without a win. I’m betting he won’t go another 66 races before reaching victory lane.
Like I said last week, Jimmie Johnson is good just about everywhere else, and Phoenix may be his best track.
Here we go, set to embark on the longest fantasy season: fantasy NASCAR. Without further ado, let’s jump into a two-car draft and get ready for Daytona.
It doesn’t get safer than Greg Biffle and Jeff Gordon at Homestead. Since reconfiguring the track, Gordon has finished in the top nine in all but one event.
NASCAR heads west one last time this weekend when they go to the Arizona dessert for this weekend’s main event in Phoenix.