Kevin Harvick and Steward Haas Racing are looking like championship contenders after winning the Federated Auto Parts 400, the second win in a row for the team.
Denny Hamlin kicks off the higher-risk lineup after winning at this track earlier this season, plus he has three other wins at Richmond.
Richmond Raceway will host the second race in the opening round of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series playoffs this week, with John Hunter Nemechek one of the favorites to win.
Kevin Harvick’s victory in the FireKeepers Casino 400 ended a 65-race dry spell and propelled him back into the playoff standings with three regular-season races remaining.
Three-time Michigan winner Kyle Larson could use a victory to regain some momentum and build consistency before the playoffs get underway.
Jeb Burton should look at this weekend as a chance to reverse a slump, as he only has one top-15 finish in the last five races but has been a top-15 contender on tracks like Michigan.
In a wild, contact-heavy Verizon 200 at the Brickyard, Tyler Reddick came out on top with his second victory of the season.
Ross Chastain, C.J. Radune’s higher-risk pick, made himself a road course favorite with his win at COTA in March, and his finishes of seventh at Sonoma and fourth at Road America.
Although this will be Josh Berry's first series start at Indy, he finished in the top five in the last two road course races, which makes him a top pick for C.J. Radune.
With just three finishes this year outside of the top 10, Zane Smith, the regular-season champion, is an excellent pick for Lucas Oil Raceway.
C.J. Radune breaks down the upcoming Hungarian Grand Prix, with George Russell looking like a strong captain choice.
After the disqualifications of first and second place Denny Hamlin and Kyle Bush, the first of its type since 1960, Chase Elliott was declared the winner at Pocono and remains atop the standings.
Chase Elliott, who leads C.J Radune’s higher-risk lineup, has never won at Pocono, but has been the hottest driver in the garage recently and has three fourth-place finishes at the track,
John Hunter Nemechek, who tops C.J. Radune’s picks, won last season's race at Pocono and has three top-10s from four series starts at the tri-oval.
After nearly winning last year's Pocono race, Ty Gibbs is an easy selection this weekend and leads C.J. Radune’s lower-risk lineup.
After winning three straight at New Hampshire in the Xfinity Series, Christopher Bell made the breakthrough in the Cup Series with his Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 victory.
Four-time New Hampshire winner Kevin Harvick is still looking for his first win of the season and is one of C.J. Radune’s lower-risk lineup picks.
C.J. Radune’s picks include William Byron, who will get extra track time this week as he makes his second Xfinity appearance of the year.
Chase Elliott's excellent recent form continued at the Quaker State 400, where he took home the win after leading most of the race.
Joey Logano has consistently run at the front of races similar to the Quaker State 400 and should be a contender again this week, which makes him a top pick for C.J. Radune.
C.J. Radune pick Riley Herbst might be the best value on the board this week, as he finished fourth in the spring race and has three top-10 finishes from the last five races.
Ferrari's Carlos Sainz Jr. is likely to be in the mix for the podium again this week at the Austrian Grand Prix and is one of C.J. Radune's DFS picks.
With the best road-course average in the Trucks so far this season, points leader Zane Smith should be a top pick for fantasy players this week.
Tyler Reddick dueled Chase Elliott in the final fuel run of the Kwik Trip 250 at Road America to win his first NASCAR Cup Series race.
Ross Chastain has been competitive on every type of track this season, and he won his first series race on a road course in March, so he’s one of C.J. Radune’s top picks for Elkhart Lake.
AJ Allmendinger proves that he remains one of the most consistent choices on road courses, which is why he is C.J. Radune’s lead pick for his lower-risk lineup.
Chase Elliott seems to be hitting his stride as he won the Ally 400 in Nashville, which is his second win of the season and second on concrete.
Defending Nashville winner Kyle Larson will again complete at the longest concrete track on the 2022 schedule and he tops C.J. Radune’s higher-risk lineup picks.
C.J. Radune’s picks include Ryan Preece who will race in the Trucks series this week while also making his last scheduled Xfinity start of the season.
Ben Rhodes tops C.J. Radune's picks Friday. Rhodes finished seventh at the Nashville Superspeedway last season and has three top-10s in the last five races.
C.J. Radune's picks for this week include Todd Gilliland, whose in his first series start of the season and has an excellent record of driving trucks on dirt tracks.
Qualifying is an important factor in success in the Canadian Grand Prix, and Team Caption Pick Charles Leclerc has been one of the best at it this season.
Daniel Suarez finally earned his breakthrough victory for Trackhouse Racing Sunday at Sonoma at the Toyota Save Mart 350.
There may currently be no faster driver at Sonoma than Kyle Larson who has started from pole at the track each of the last four races and tops C.J. Radune’s picks Sunday.
Kyle Busch is an obvious pick this week in a trucks field that is lacking in terms of experience. He has two wins and five top-five finishes in the last six races at Sonoma.
A battle between Joey Logano and Kyle Busch during the final 50 laps of the Cup Series race at WWTR lead to Logano’s second victory of the season.
With a road course on tap all eyes turn to A.J. Allmendinger, as he has been one of the best in the series on these types of tracks and won there in an IndyCar before making a shift to NASCAR.
Kevin Harvick has also been in good form with two top-fives from the last three races and has also won multiple races at this track.
Matt Crafton is winless so far in 2022, but he has been clawing his way into the playoff positions and could grab the victory this week.
Denny Hamlin started the Coca-Cola 600 from pole and went on to survive the race's 18 caution periods to cycle into contention for the win on just the final restart.
Tyler Reddick has two top-10s from three Charlotte starts and just won last week’s Xfinity Series race.
Points leader AJ Allmendinger is in C.J. Radune’s higher-risk lineup because in his last two Charlotte starts, he finished outside the top 10, but that could change Saturday.
Ross Chastain has a much more attractive price tag than Kyle Busch and or John Hunter Nemechek, so why not go for one of the hottest drivers in NASCAR?
Kevin Magnussen sits 10th in the standings, having picked up points in three races, and has finished 13th or better in four of five Monaco starts.
Ryan Blaney scored a victory for Team Penske and took home the million-dollar prize for Sunday’s NASCAR All-Star Race at Texas Motor Speedway.
For the All-Star race, C.J. Radune’s lower-risk lineup only includes drivers already qualified for the main event, including Kyle Larson.
Noah Gragson will be going for his third win of the season this week, and has been consistently fast and usually finishes in the top five.
Matt DiBenedetto earned his third top-10 of the year last week, and although this will be his first Texas start in Trucks, his best Cup Series finish at the track was third in 2021.
It was a great weekend in Kansas for Kurt Busch as he qualified in the top five and brought that speed into Sunday's race for the win.
Kyle Larson is a favorite this week given how good he was at the track last season, including a win in the fall race.