Kurt Busch

DraftKings NASCAR Lineup Picks: I Love New York 355 at The Glen

How will right-turn NASCAR racing change your fantasy picks?
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DraftKings NASCAR Lineup Picks: I Love New York 355 at The Glen

The DraftKings daily fantasy NASCAR game goes road racing in New York this weekend as the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series heads to Watkins Glen International for the I LOVE NEW YORK 355 at the Glen Sunday at 3 p.m. ET.

 

Overton’s 400 at Pocono Preview and Fantasy NASCAR Predictions

Can Pocono pick up where NASCAR's Indy ending left off?
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Overton’s 400 at Pocono Preview and Fantasy NASCAR Predictions

More than two thirds (110 of the scheduled 160 laps) into the Brickyard 400, one of NASCAR's races was set to be little more than a snoozer. Kyle Busch had dominated the event, preventing any on-track passes for the lead while the current Cup Series aero package created single-file racing almost instantaneously.

DraftKings NASCAR Lineup Picks: Overton's 301

Who will stand out on a wide-open New Hampshire weekend?
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DraftKings NASCAR Lineup Picks: Overton's 301

The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series now heads to New England for the Overton's 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway this Sunday at 3 p.m. ET.

 

DraftKings NASCAR Lineup Picks: Axalta Presents the 400 Preview

Applying the tricks of the trade to the Tricky Triangle
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DraftKings NASCAR Lineup Picks: Axalta Presents the 400 Preview

DraftKings daily fantasy NASCAR turns toward the Tricky Triangle in northeast Pennsylvania this weekend. The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series heads to Pocono Raceway for the Axalta presents the 400 this Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. Cars hit the track on Friday at 11 a.m. for first practice; Coors Light Pole Qualifying follows at 4 p.m.

 

Kurt Busch: 2017 NASCAR Season Driver Preview

Stewart-Haas Racing No. 41

For a guy who has a reputation for being volatile and over the top, Kurt Busch is flying under the radar at Stewart-Haas Racing. He didn’t have the stellar 2016 season Kevin Harvick did. He didn’t have a retirement tour like Tony Stewart. And he doesn’t garner the attention that Danica Patrick does. Busch won only one race in 2016, and his two poles came by the third race. Still, he had a good season when all was said and done. His 21 top-10 runs tied a career high (2016 was his fourth time hitting that mark).

Winning vs. Consistency: Surprise! NASCAR, Brian France change tune

Geoffrey Miller's five things to watch at Homestead-Miami Speedway
Each week, Geoffrey Miller’s “Five Things to Watch” will help you catch up on the biggest stories of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ upcoming race weekend. This week, Geoffrey is at Homestead-Miami Speedway, where a batch of storylines lead the series up to the season finale Ford 400. Among them: NASCAR CEO Brian France amending the sport’s domestic violence policy, NASCAR’s changing tune (again) on winning versus consistency, Kevin Harvick’s championship mind games and Carl Edwards’ last ride with Roush Fenway Racing.

Each week, Geoffrey Miller’s “Five Things to Watch” will help you catch up on the biggest stories of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ upcoming race weekend. This week, Geoffrey is at Homestead-Miami Speedway, where a batch of storylines lead the series up to the season finale Ford 400. Among them: NASCAR CEO Brian France amending the sport’s domestic violence policy, NASCAR’s changing tune (again) on winning versus consistency, Kevin Harvick’s championship mind games and Carl Edwards’ last ride with Roush Fenway Racing.

 

Potential trouble again looming for NASCAR's Kurt Busch

Geoffrey Miller's five things to watch at Phoenix International Raceway
Each week, Geoffrey Miller’s “Five Things to Watch” will help you catch up on the biggest stories of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ upcoming race weekend. This week, NASCAR rolls west to Phoenix International Raceway where the final four drivers will be set for a one-race, winner-take-all showdown in the Chase for the Sprint Cup.

Each week, Geoffrey Miller’s “Five Things to Watch” will help you catch up on the biggest stories of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ upcoming race weekend. This week, NASCAR rolls west to Phoenix International Raceway where the final four drivers will be set for a one-race, winner-take-all showdown in the Chase for the Sprint Cup. 

 

 

1. Kurt Busch investigated after domestic assault claim

Potential trouble is looming once again for NASCAR’s 2004 champion.

 

Will post-race fights be legacy of NASCAR's newest incarnation of Chase?

Through the Gears: Four things we learned in Charlotte
Post-race reaction from the Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, where Jimmie Johnson took the win while Brad Keselowski, Jeff Gordon and Kevin Harvick came to blows following the race.

CNN. ESPN. Good Morning America. Everywhere you turn this month, NASCAR has jumped to the front page of the news cycle as emotional outbursts have produced two-minute YouTube clips that cause millions of potential fans to pay attention. Don’t confuse it with the Jerry Springer Show; these men were clearly meant to drive, not box, as evidenced by 42-year-old Matt Kenseth’s recent headlock that looked more like playground roughhousing than grown men attempting Friday Night Fights.

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