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NASCAR Barometer: Johnson Scores Seventh Sprint Cup

By winning the Ford EcoBoost 400 in Homestead, Jimmie Johnson joins an elite group of seven-time NASCAR cup champions.

RaceDayScore NASCAR: Ford EcoBoost 400

For the final race of the season, C.J. Radune chooses Carl Edwards to lead his lower-risk lineup based on the fact that Edwards has the best statistics at Homestead among his championship competitors.

Ford EcoBoost 400 Preview: Crowning the Champion

Mark Taylor previews this week's Sprint Cup finale as Kyle Busch aims to defend his title and take home the 2016 championship at Miami.

DraftKings NASCAR: Ford EcoBoost 400

In C.J. Radune’s final higher-risk lineup of the season he’s giving Kurt Busch a chance, as the former Homestead winner Busch has been threatening to win as the season has progressed.

NASCAR Barometer: Logano Snatches Victory in Phoenix

With Joey Logano’s Can-Am 500 victory in the books, the final four drivers for the 2016 Sprint for the Cup are set and ready for the Ford EcoBoost 400 finale at Homestead.

RaceDayScore NASCAR: Can-Am 500

Tony Stewart, who is saying farewell to full-time racing in just two weeks, would love to go out at the top of his game with a win at Phoenix says C.J. Radune.

CAN-AM 500 Preview: Prelude to the Championship

Mark Taylor analyzes this week's Sprint Cup race at Phoenix as Kevin Harvick and his fellow drivers try to claim one of four spots into the Chase finale.

DraftKings NASCAR: Can-Am 500

C.J. Radune says that with six wins out of the last eight races at Phoenix, Kevin Harvick will be the man to beat this weekend.

NASCAR Barometer: Edwards Wins to Advance

Carl Edwards won the rain-shortened AAA Texas 500 to earn one of the three remaining Chase for the Sprint Cup spots.

AAA Texas 500 Preview: Homestretch to the Title

Mark Taylor breaks down this week's race at Texas as Jimmie Johnson looks to keep the good times rolling in the Chase for the Cup.

RaceDayScore NASCAR: AAA Texas 500

C.J. Radune adds Kyle Busch to his lower-risk lineup because Busch at Texas earlier this year and remains on a run of top-10 finishes, excluding Talladega, that stretches back to Darlington.

DraftKings NASCAR: AAA Texas 500

C.J. Radune says that Tony Stewart is still aiming for wins as his full-time career winds down, and Texas is a place where he has seen plenty of success, including two wins.

NASCAR Barometer: Johnson Scores Ninth Martinsville Win

By winning the Goody’s Fast Relief 500, Jimmie Johnson secured his spot in the final four for the the Sprint Cup Championship.

Goody's Fast Relief 500 Preview: The Round of 8

Mark Taylor analyzes the Round of 8 of the Chase for the Cup as Kyle Busch looks to continue his recent success at Martinsville.

DraftKings NASCAR: Alabama 500

C.J. Radune says that Brad Keselowski earns the right to lead Talladega’s lower-risk lineup by virtue of his four wins at the track and three top-fives in the last four visits there.

Alabama 500 Preview: Separation Sunday

Mark Taylor analyzes this weekend's finale for the Round of 12 as the Chase cuts the down to eight cars, raising the stakes for the likes of Brad Keselowski, a four-time Talladega winner.

RaceDayScore NASCAR: Alabama 500

C.J. Radune is going with clutch Chase winner Kevin Harvick as his top choice in this week’s lower-risk lineup for Talladega. Harvick hasn’t finished lower than 15th in any of the last six Talladega races.

NASCAR Barometer: Clutch Win Keeps Harvick in Chase

C.J. Radune talks about Kevin Harvick’s mistake-free race at the Hollywood Casino 400, at which Harvick not only won but also took his spot as one of the final eight drivers still in Chase contention.

Hollywood Casino 400 Preview: Round of 12 Continues

Mark Taylor breaks down this week's Round of 12 race in the Chase for the Cup as Jimmie Johnson looks to keep it going after roaring back to life last week.

RaceDayScore NASCAR: Bank of America 500

C.J. Radune’s higher-risk lineup for Charlotte’s night race puts more emphasis on drivers who haven’t been to Victory Lane in a while but show signs of scoring breakthroughs, with Kyle Busch at the top of this list.

Bank of America 500 Preview: Let the Round of 12 Begin

Mark Taylor analyzes the second round of the Chase for the Cup as Martin Truex Jr.'s championship chances are growing by the day.

DraftKings NASCAR: Bank of America 500

Defending his win in last year’s Bank of America 500 is Joey Logano, who hasn’t finished worse than 11th in any of the last eight races and is a solid choice for C.J. Radune’s lower-risk lineup.

Citizen Soldier 400 Preview: Cut to the Round of 12

Mark Taylor breaks down this week's race at Dover as we advance to the next round of the Chase where Kevin Harvick hopes to keep the good luck rolling.

NASCAR Barometer: Harvick Advances in Chase with Win

C.J. Radune reviews Sunday's Sprint Cup race as Kevin Harvick guaranteed himself a spot among the final 12 contenders with a win at New Hampshire.

New England 300 Preview: Kenseth's Rally Point

Mark Taylor analyzes the next race in the Chase for the Cup as Matt Kenseth looks to continue to be the king of the hill at the Magic Mile.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 400 Preview: Let the Chase Begin!

The Chase for the Cup is here, and Mark Taylor has all the details for the opening race as Denny Hamlin comes to Chicago energized and ready to make a run at his first championship.

DraftKings NASCAR: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 400

It’s the start of the Chase for the Sprint Cup and Kyle Busch sits atop C.J. Radune’s higher-risk lineup with four consecutive top-10s at Chicagoland Speedway.

Federated Auto Parts 400 Preview: Prelude to the Chase

Mark Taylor analyzes this week's Sprint Cup race at Richmond International Raceway where Kevin Harvick is just too good to ignore.

RaceDayScore NASCAR: Federated Auto Parts 400

C.J. Radune’s higher-risk lineup for Richmond is lead by Denny Hamlin and offers more balance between high- and low-priced drivers, but also takes some risks on folks who haven’t had the greatest luck recently.

DraftKings NASCAR: Federated Auto Parts 400

The last four races at Richmond have all been won by a driver who started in the first two rows, which means raw speed is crucial. Brad Keselowski has excelled at this track in recent years.