Kyle Larson started from pole and battled throughout the race, with the help of his pit crew, to win the NASCAR Cup Championship and his 10th race of the season.
With nine wins already for Kyle Larson this season, it’s not difficult to make him a top pick to win it all at Sunday’s finale at Phoenix Raceway.
Austin Cindric will look to earn back-to-back series championships Saturday as he exits the Xfinity Series to race Cup next season.
In the winner-take-all finale at Phoenix Raceway, John Hunter Nemechek will hope to close out a very successful season with a final victory.
Alex Bowman, who’s not in the playoffs worked his way to the front and raced hard through the final restarts to ultimately take the lead and win the Xfinity 500 after leading just nine total laps.
Denny Hamlin will start third and has five career wins at Martinsville, which is why he’s at the top of C.J. Radune’s Higher-Risk Lineup.
Daniel Hemric, who lead 28 laps and finished third at Martinsville in April, leads C.J. Radune’s Higher-Risk Lineup.
After a four-week break, the Truck series is back, and John Hunter Nemechek leads the series in wins and will start this week's penultimate race on pole.
Kyle Larson dominated the opening stage at the Hollywood Casino 400 to pick up right where he left off a week ago, winning the opening segment and battling for the victory.
Denny has won at the Kansas Speedway three times and will aim to get back on track for the remainder of the playoffs.
Austin Cindric led 131 laps and finished second last fall at Kansas. Starting in the front row Saturday, he could be primed for his first win at Kansas in his fifth attempt.
C.J. Radune recaps the Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500, which Kyle Larson won and guarenteed himself a spot in the championship finale.
Denny Hamlin has won the first race of every playoff round so far this season, and he leads C.J. Radune’s Lower-Risk Lineup.
Justin Allgaier has lead at least 20 laps in his last three Texas appearances and tops C.J. Radune’s Lower-Risk Lineup.
Kyle Larson won the Bank of America Roval 400 at Charlotte after early mechanical trouble left him behind the pack.
Chase Elliott, who tops C.J. Radune’s Lower-Risk Lineup, has established himself as one of the best on road courses and won the last two visits to Charlotte.
C.J. Radune says that with two road-course wins this season, Ty Gibbs is rapidly establishing himself as one of the best in the series on these types of tracks.
C.J. Radune breaks down Monday’s Rain-Shortened YellaWood 500, where Bubba Wallace grabbed his first Cup series victory.
Ryan Blaney leads C.J. Radune’s Lower-Risk Lineup, and will hope to add a third Talladega victory to his already impressive resume.
With two wins out of four Talladega races in the series, Justin Haley is one of the favorites this week.
C.J. Radune notes that Zane Smith will line up eighth Saturday, which could be a springboard to a top-10 finish.
Denny Hamlin cruised to victory and is a lock for the next round of the championship elimination races starting with Sunday’s trip to Talladega.
Daniel Hemric led 74 laps at Las Vegas earlier this season in a runner-up finish; he also finished third in this race last season.
C.J. Radune likes William Byron this week. He has two prior Las Vegas top-10 finishes, including an eighth-place run in March.
John Hunter Nemechek won the spring race in Las Vegas and should continue to show his dominance with only four races left in the season.
Kyle Larson won the Bass Pro Shops Night Race on an evening when the race was overshadowed by a conflict between Chase Elliott and Kevin Harvick.
Kyle Busch will need another good night Saturday to avoid slipping down the order and missing the playoffs cutoff.
Justin Allgaier may present a nice value, as he starts on the front row and has a win and 12 top-10s from 20 Bristol starts.
Todd Gilliland has two top-10 finishes in three races at Bristol and hasn't finished worse than 14th at the track. He also starts in the second row, giving him prime track position to challenge for a win.
Martin Truex Jr. cruises through to the next round of the playoffs with his victory at Richmond in the Federated Auto Parts 400 Salute to First Responders.
Martin Truex Jr. has two prior wins at Virginia and has led more than 100 laps in seven of his last nine track visits.
Ty Gibbs will look to get his fourth win under his belt as he starts the race in 15th position.
Denny Hamlin got his first win of the season at the Southern 500, which propels him through to the round of 12 in the playoffs.
Sunday’s first playoff race could be Kyle Larson’s to lose, as he’s been the best driver in the series this season and races well at Darlington.
Justin Allgaier already has a Darlington win this season and he'll look for the sweep this weekend at the last regular-season race.
While, John Hunter Nemechek didn’t have an optimal start to the playoffs, he remains one of the most successful drivers on the circuit this season.
In a night race that featured 45 lead changes, it was Ryan Blaney who emerged victorious in the regular-season finale at Daytona.
If Joey Logano stays out of trouble, he should be one the leaders in this last regular-season race.
February Daytona winner Austin Cindric has gone on to have a great 2021 season so far and could continue his run of good luck Friday.
Ryan Blaney was able to hold off charges from Kyle Larson and William Byron in the final laps of the FireKeepers Casino 400 to win his second race of the season.
Denny Hamlin has won twice at Michigan and is still looking for his first victory of the 2021 season.
C.J. Radune says it continues to be hard to ignore Ty Gibbs, who’s been nothing short of a sensation in the Xfinity Series this season.
John Hunter Nemechek has been the driver to beat for much of the 2021 season, and he will start on the front row Friday evening.
AJ Allmedinger and Kaulig Racing survived the chaos at Indianapolis to claim victory at the Verizon 200 at the Brickyard.
C.J. Radune writes that with his win on the IMS road course last year, Chase Briscoe should be on fantasy managers’ radars for Sunday’s race.
C.J. Radune says Ty Gibbs, who already has three wins and eight total top-10s in 10 series appearances, will be hard to ignore at Indy.
Kyle Larson grabbed his second road-course win and fifth win of the season at Watkins Glen’s Go Bowling at the Glen.
C.J. Radune notes Chase Elliott’s domination of road-course races and his previous victories at Watkins Glen races.
C.J. Radune likes former Watkins Glen winner AJ Allmendinger‘s chances in Saturday’s race, at which he’s starting sixth.
Austin Hill, who is locked into the playoffs, will lead the field to green after his win three weeks ago at Knoxville.