Kyle Larson has struggled to produce top results, but he led the opening Richmond practice on Friday and is a past winner.
C.J.Radune notes that Kurt Busch has had a great career at Bristol. He has six track victories with the latest being this past fall.
C.J. Radune picks this week's NASCAR DFS contest as Joey Logano looks like the man to beat.
Brad Keselowski, part of C.J. Radune’s Higher-Risk Lineup, has a Martinsville win and hasn't finished outside of the top 10 at the track since the fall of 2015.
C.J. Radune says that while Larson may not be the immediate favorite this week, he has had a good start to the season and has been exceptional at Fontana throughout his career.
Mark Taylor analyzes this week's NASCAR race as Martin Truex Jr. looks to defend his title at Fontana.
With an amazing nine victories from 32 starts at Phoenix Raceway, it appears that Sunday’s race is Kevin Harvick’s to lose.
Joey Logano and Penske Racing have been very quick so far this season, and C.J. Radune says they could grab their first win of the season this weekend.
Track history won’t help this week, as NASCAR’s new rules package goes into effect in Atlanta. With that being said, C.J. Radune likes Kyle Busch’s chances.
NASCAR is back and while C.J. Radune notes that while Brad Keselowski has yet to win a Daytona 500, he’s one of the best superspeedway drivers competing.
Mark Taylor ranks the top drivers in the Truck Series as Brett Moffitt will look to defend his championship after shocking the NASCAR world last season.
C.J. Radune says that underdogs have done well in past high-stakes races, which could be good for Joey Logano, who’s the only championship contender not to have won at Homestead or won the Cup.
Despite his heavy penalties following Texas, Kevin Harvick still a good pick for Phoenix, as he’s been the best at the track recently and has some extra motivation to succeed this week.
C.J. Radune thinks consistency could be the key for Brad Keselowski Sunday. He finished in the top 10 in the last two races at Texas as well as the two most recent races heading into this weekend.
C.J. Radune’s safer lineup option pairs springtime Martinsville winner Clint Bowyer with Penske teammates Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano.
C.J. Radune says that Clint Bowyer’s two top-fives and six top-10s make him a good choice for higher-risk lineups this weekend.
C.J. Radune notes that Joey Logano heads the higher-risk lineup this week because of Penske's recent domination at the track.
Kyle Larson leads C.J. Radune’s Higher-Risk Lineup because he led more than 100 laps in two of his last three races at Dover and started from pole before finishing 10th earlier this season.
C.J. Radune is putting future driver of the No. 31 machine, Daniel Hemric, in his Lower-Risk Lineup, as the value driver got the hang of the new circuit early and will start Sunday’s race in 11th position.
C.J. Radune notes that Clint Bowyer was quick in Friday’s opening practices and has typically been very good at Richmond, with two wins at the track and a ninth-place finish in the spring.
Kyle Busch has been the master of Indianapolis Motor Speedway recently, says C.J. Radune, which makes him an obvious selection for the lower-risk lineup in the rain-delayed race.
Kurt Busch is ready for a win at Darlington where has been close a handful of times, including a third-place finish last season. He’s in the middle of C.J. Radune’s Lower-Risk Lineup.
Bristol’s tight circuit puts a premium on track position, and the high line is where cars have been fastest recently. C.J. Radune expects a good race from Brad Keselowski, who’s looking for his first season win.
Ryan Blaney sits in the middle of C.J. Radune’s Lower-Risk Lineup, after he spent 15 laps out front at Michigan earlier this season and finished on a day that Stewart-Haas Racing dominated.
Kyle Busch has the best Watkins Glen record among the top three contenders with two victories and 11 top-10s from 13 tries, and therefore leads C.J. Radune’s Lower-Risk Lineup.
C.J. Radune notes mechanical failures are common at Pocono, so drivers like Clint Bowyer in the Higher-Risk Lineup, will need to manage their equipment effectively.
C.J. Radune’s Higher-Risk Lineup is top-heavier than the Lower-Risk one, with previous race winner Kevin Harvick listed as second.
Brad Keselowski, with three Kentucky Speedway wins, is second on C.J. Radune’s Lower-Risk Lineup for this week’s race.
The ability to make passes will be a difference maker Saturday night, says C.J. Radune, and Brad Keselowski, who has consistently been one of the best drivers on superspeedways, is atop his Lower-Risk Lineup.
C.J. Radune’s Higher-Risk lineup is headed by Kyle Busch, who has been on pole three of the last four Chicago races and won it from pole in 2008.