NASCAR heads back to Charlotte Motor Speedway this weekend for the Coca-Cola 600. Sunday night’s race (May 27) is the longest and one of the most prestigious on the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series schedule.
Imagine this scenario. You’re working full-time with a company, settled with a family and have long-term plans to stay with the job. Then, out of nowhere the company confirms they’re looking to sell. Your future could now go one of several different directions, from outright promotion to pink slip.
NASCAR heads to Kansas Speedway this weekend for the KC Masterpiece 400. Saturday night (May 11) marks the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series’ return to intermediate track racing following a four-race stretch of short tracks and superspeedways.
One of NASCAR’s biggest problems in 2018 is also one of its most frustrating. It’s a woman wreaking havoc on their races, viewership, and reputation; she strikes without mercy and is all-powerful. There’s little, if anything, the sport can do about her other than pray.
Six races into NASCAR’s 2018 season, the sport is still searching for its signature storyline. Sure, Austin Dillon’s last-lap Daytona 500 win was historic, a connection to the sport’s proud past in Dale Earnhardt’s former No. 3.
NASCAR has had this freaky set of numbers coincidences to start off its 2018 season reminding us of a lost legend. It’s the type of lotto-winning numbers game that has drivers happy they’re spending a weekend gambling in Las Vegas.
Give round one of the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series to the sport’s young, up-and-coming talent. Austin Dillon’s surprise Daytona 500 victory sparked a wave of four twenty-something phenoms finishing inside the top five. Add in a last-lap bump-and-run on Aric Almirola and the sport was lit afire with water cooler talk this week.
If your daily fantasy experience for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series’ first race of the 2018 season at Daytona was anything like mine, you couldn’t wait for it to be over. We saw multiple favorites exit the race far too early. As a result, lineups flew out the window as top contenders left the 500 with their cars looking more like trash.