Truth be told, I had no idea that Circuit City even still existed in an online capacity since the big box stores were all closed in 2009. Well, apparently they have enough money now to sponsor a NASCAR race, so here we are.
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.
Maybe the Cup Series drivers are waiting to use all seven of their allotted Xfinity Series spots at once? I’m not sure, but we have a field of nearly all points eligible drivers this week for the LTi Printing 250 at Michigan International Speedway.
With the Dash 4 Cash events in the rearview mirror and the drivers’ desire to get out and find the right lines on the Tricky Triangle, it looks like it could be a challenging weekend for the points-eligible drivers.
This is the 14th race of 26 scheduled for the regular season for the drivers. They will run this week and then next week at Michigan before taking the Father’s Day weekend off from racing.
This is the granddaddy of them all as far as IndyCar events go and all of the sport’s best will be looking to position themselves for that iconic victory.
After a weekend to celebrate the All-Stars and the biggest names in the sport, the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series goes back to business as usual with the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
The drivers are in Kansas for this week’s Digital Ally 400 at the appropriately-named Kansas Speedway in Kansas City.
The last of four Dash 4 Cash events is this week’s Allied Steel Buildings 200 at Dover International Speedway, so that means one more chance for the points drivers to snag an Xfinity Series win without interference from Cup Series guys or road course ringers.