Will somebody step up and challenge Toyota in a race that bears its name on the marquee or will it be another week in the winner’s circle for the sport’s top manufacturer?
The drivers of the Xfinity Series will have the chance to Dash 4 some Cash this week at Bristol Motor Speedway in the first of four points-eligible drivers only events from now through the first week of May.
Maybe the third time will be the charm at Bristol Motor Speedway. The last two races have been affected by rain and have required Monday finishes.
We’ll handicap the MBS300 and look at the overall landscape of the Xfinity Series as we key in on the sixth race and the last one with a Cup Series driver until May 25.
From the short track at Martinsville to the 1.5-mile track at Texas Motor Speedway, the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series is back once again this weekend with the O’Reilly Auto Parts 500.
This is our first short-track race of the season, as the drivers will attempt to conquer the .526 miles of Martinsville over 500 laps. This is the first of two stops at the track for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
At the 11th hour, the Xfinity Series found a sponsor for this weekend’s race at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California. Say hello to the Production Alliance Group 300.
Per the odds listed on the page, six drivers can win this event. Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick are both +500. Kyle Larson is +600. Joey Logano, Brad Keselowski, and reigning champ Martin Truex Jr. are +650.
It’s Phoenix, which means that Kevin Harvick is going to win and we don’t have to bother with a race this weekend. The TicketGuardian 500 is this week’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series event at ISM Raceway in Avondale, Arizona and it is already the fourth race of the 2019 season.