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Blue Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 Rundown

This Martinsville race is quite different from anything we’ve seen before. This will be a night race as opposed to any of the other races we’ve seen NASCAR run here. There should be a lot more grip on the track then we would see in a day race. Because of how the aerodynamic packages workout, […]

Folds Of Honor QuikTrip 500 Rundown

When it comes to Atlanta, this is a much different racing situation that we had last week at Bristol. Atlanta is a 1.5-mile cookie-cutter track that would be comparable to the likes of Charlotte, a track that we saw a couple of weeks ago. The strategy here is pretty similar to other tracks that are […]

Supermarket Heroes 500 Rundown

With two Charlotte races in the books, we move onto Bristol, which is an entirely different beast when it comes to lineup construction (I’ll get to that in a bit). Bristol is a half-mile track that makes it hard to pass with only a single groove where there is any real grip. We should also […]

Alsco 500 Rundown

The Coke 600 was the long race that we anticipated—made even longer with the rain delay in the middle of the first stage. But still gave us excitement at the end after Byron’s spin. We now transition into Wednesday’s race, one that is 500 kilometers, not miles. This race will be 208 laps instead of […]

Coca-Cola 600 Rundown

Wednesday’s race ran close to completion, which is more then I expected to head into the day. Next up, we get the Coke 600, which is considered a premier NASCAR race. Like the title mentions, this race will go 600 miles, or 400 laps on this 1.5-mile track. A 600-mile race is the most that […]

Toyota 500 Rundown

It was great to see NASCAR get a full race in on Sunday. Some normalcy is nice. Because of the scheduling finagling that needed to go down in order for NASCAR to run a full 36 race season, not only are we getting Darlington once again but on a Wednesday night no less. Or so […]

The Real Heroes 400 Rundown

After two months and all of the competitive iracing, we finally get to see real-life racing one again! While I am excited to have racing back, this race at Darlington will be a difficult one, though not impossible to project. Reasons for this include the two-month lay off (hard to use recent form data when […]

FanShield 500 Rundown

After the Alex Bowman show came and went through Fontana, the Cup series is at Phoenix for what will be the final race of the west coast swing. This race is a strange one to think about because there have been so many changes to it, even in the era of the 6th generation car […]

Auto Club 400 Rundown

Last week’s race was a heart breaker, to say the least. The final restart with two laps to go killed all of my good fortunes. The lesson here should be that you should never ever look at the FanDuel and DraftKings apps until the race is over. Now that that debacle is over, we can […]

Pennzoil 400 Rundown

Qualifying was rained out yesterday, meaning that the starting lineup has been determined by owner points based on how the teams performed last season. This, in turn, gives us fewer value plays to work with. We should also remember that Vegas will be offering us a very different racing experience than Daytona did. For starters, […]

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