After Busch and Logano there's a bit of a drop-off in the point standings to Chase Elliott and Kevin Harvick, with Brad Keselowski rounding out the top five.
Let’s go road course racing again. After last week at Watkins Glen, the Xfinity Series makes the only NASCAR stop in the state of Ohio for the B&L Transport 170at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington.
The Cup Series makes its return to Michigan International Speedway for the Consumers Energy 400. The drivers were just here on June 10 and they’ll be in action on August 11 on the same big oval track this weekend.
Nothing makes people want to go bowling quite like a NASCAR race. This week’s GoBowling at The Glen is the second of three road course races on the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series circuit.
I’m not going to lie to you, it seems kind of pointless to write an Xfinity Series preview this week. Kyle Busch is in the race, so he’s an overwhelming favorite for the Zippo 200 at The Glen.
We’ve got a pretty straightforward handicap here in the US Cellular 250, which won’t be the case the next two weeks with road course racing. For now, it’s just 250 laps around the 0.875-mile track in Newton.
We're at Pocono Raceway for this weekend’s Gander RV 400. Not to be confused with the Gander RV 400 at Dover earlier this season, this is the MENCS’s second stop at Pocono and last for the season.
Three hundred one laps in Loudon are scheduled for this Sunday on the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series circuit in the 20th race of the season. This is the Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 and the only stop at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Known last year as the Lakes Region 200, the ROXOR 200 is once again the 18th race of 26 set for the Xfinity Series regular season. The Xfinity Series will be on its own next week at Iowa before rejoining the Cup Series at Watkins Glen.
The Alsco 300 at Kentucky Speedway is this weekend, not to be confused with the Alsco 300 at Bristol or the Alsco 300 at Charlotte.
Hopefully you had Justin Haley in the Coke Zero Sugar 400! You didn’t, because nobody did, so we move on to this week’s Quaker State 400 presented by Walmart at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Kentucky.
Hamilton has won the British Grand Prix five times, winning in 2008 and then seeing a lapse of several years before returning to the top step of the podium, but had wins in 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017 before last year’s disappointment.
Each of the last seven and 13 of the last 14 races have required NASCAR’s version of Overtime as we survey the Circle K Firecracker 250.
Crazy things can happen in these plate races, as we all know. After all, Erik Jones won last year, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. swiped a playoff spot two years ago and Aric Almirola won back in 2014.
The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series makes its one and only stop at Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Illinois this week for the Camping World 400.