TMS PRESIDENT/GURU GOSSAGE BUSTS OUT THE BIG BOARD TO MAKE 2019 NASCAR PLAYOFF PICKS
This modern-day Nostradamus, just two days before the green flag falls on the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoff-opener at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, put his cards on the table, unveiling who he believes will advance through each round of the playoffs
FROM 16, FOUR. WHO MAKES IT TO HOMESTEAD IN 2019?
The Chase for Eight will have to wait for Jimmie Johnson, but storylines abound as 16 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers enter the big dance this weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. It’s a Royal Rumble that includes six champions, a single first-timer and everything in between.
BIGGEST UPSET IN NASCAR HISTORY(?) MAKES JUSTIN HALEY THIRD YOUNGEST CUP WINNER
We all saw it, and we probably still are trying to decide if it’s true or not.
Justin Haley, the same one who’s a NASCAR Xfinity Series rookie and fresh off a trip to the championship finale in the Gander Trucks in 2018, is a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race winner.
ARE ROWDY AND BAD BRAD READY TO DUKE IT OUT FOR 2019 SUPREMACY?
For the first time in 2019 Kyle Busch finished outside the Top-10 in a Cup Series race at Kansas. In fact, it was his first finish outside the Top-10 in any NASCAR race this year, a run of 19 straight (with 10 of those being wins). His last Cup start outside the Top-10 was actually a 17th place showing at Texas Motor Speedway last November.
MANUFACTURER BATTLES COME TO A HEAD AT TALLADEGA
It started with Denny Hamlin’s first Daytona 500 win in 2016. Toyota drivers teamed up in a manufacturer-first mindset, and it was the Joe Gibbs Racing driver leading his manufacturer in a 1-2-3 finish with Martin Truex Jr. and Kyle Busch following behind.
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