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All-Star Race Preview: A Night for Stars to Shine

Mark Taylor breaks down this weekend's All-Star race in Charlotte where Chase Elliott is one of the top entrants in the Open field.

DraftKings NASCAR: Go Bowling 400

C.J. Radune notes that Kansas Speedway is one of the more challenging 1.5-mile tri-ovals on the schedule it favors momentum and handling. Past winner Kevin Harvick leads Radune’s lower-risk lineup.

Go Bowling 400 Preview: Return to the Intermediate Tracks

Mark Taylor breaks down NASCAR's trip to Kansas as Joey Logano looks to catch lightning in a bottle like he did in 2014 and 2015.

DraftKings NASCAR: GEICO 500

C.J. Radune notes that raw power and sleekness in the draft, and not necessarily qualifying position, make the difference at this track. With that in mind, Brad Keselowski leads his higher-risk lineup.

Geico 500 Preview: Return to the Fast Tracks

Mark Taylor gives the lowdown on this week's NASCAR race at Talladega where Brad Keselowski will once again rely his superspeedway expertise.

DraftKings NASCAR: Toyota Owners 400

C.J. Radune believes that this week Kyle Busch is poised to have a big breakthrough and therefore Busch leads his lower-risk lineup.

Toyota Owners 400 Preview: Racing Perfection

Mark Taylor previews this week's NASCAR race at the unique Richmond short track where Kevin Harvick has led more than 1,000 laps in his career.

NASCAR Barometer: Johnson Takes Second Bristol Win

C.J. Radune notes that everything came together for Jimmie Johnson to grab his second win of the season at the rain delayed Food City 500.

DraftKings NASCAR: O'Reilly Auto Parts 500

C.J. Radune has Kevin Harvick at the top of his lower-risk lineup based on how well he ran at Atlanta earlier this year.

STP 500 Preview: Surviving the Brutal Short Track

Mark Taylor breaks down this week's NASCAR race at the Martinsville short track where Denny Hamlin is usually the driver to beat.

NASCAR Barometer: Larson Claims Top Spot

Points leader Kyle Larson took home the checkered flag at the Auto Club 400 in Southern California and could already be cementing his place as a favorite to win it all at the end of the season.

DraftKings NASCAR: Kolbalt 400

For Sunday’s Kobalt 400, Jimmie Johnson’s four wins at the track put him at the top of C.J. Radune’s lower-risk lineup.

DraftKings NASCAR: Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500

C.J. Radune says that Jimmie Johnson is the obvious choice for this week’s lineup. Johnson has dominated this race in the past, with five total wins including victories in 2015 and 2016.

NASCAR Draft Kit: Updated 2017 Driver Rankings

Mark Taylor revisits his 2017 driver rankings with a February update before Daytona, but Joey Logano is still on top.

NASCAR Draft Kit: Final 2016 Loop Stats

Check out how every driver stacked up last season on NASCAR's top circuit, including points champion Jimmie Johnson, who captured his seventh title.

NASCAR Draft Kit: 2017 Driver Rankings

Mark Taylor ranks the 2017 Monster Energy Cup drivers as Joey Logano returns to continue to his three-year streak as perhaps the circuit's most dominant driver.

NASCAR Draft Kit: 2017 Driver Projections

Mark Taylor projects wins, poles and more for all of NASCAR's Monster Energy Cup drivers for this season.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

RaceDayScore NASCAR: Goody's Fast Relief 500

C.J. Radune says that veteran Jeff Gordon, a nine-time Martinsville victor and the defending champion of this week’s race, has a golden opportunity to cement his legendary status this weekend.

DraftKings NASCAR: Goody's Fast Relief 500

Jimmie Johnson is included in C.J. Radune’s higher-risk lineup for this week’s race in Martinsville for Johnson's success at the track, including two wins in the last 10 races there.

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: 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.

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.

DraftKings NASCAR: New England 300

C.J. Radune’s lower-risk lineup features Kevin Harvick, who’s been threatening to visit Victory Lane for a number of weeks and who has three top-fives from his last four New Hampshire races.

RaceDayScore NASCAR: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 400

C.J. Radune says strategy, tire management and clean work on pit road will be factors in winning at Chicagoland. Can two-time track winner Tony Stewart put aside his temper to secure a victory?