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3 days agoHendrick Motorsports driver Jimmie Johnson continues to be determined to win, and the seven-time series champ thinks he has plenty left in the tank. "I still definitely have something to prove," Johnson said. "I love racing. This is who I am and it's what I am. I starting doing this at 5. Through my career, I've had plenty of ups and down and the last couple of years have certainly been down, but that doesn't mean I'm going to stay there. I've worked my entire career to learn what I have today and know what I know." He hasn't won since June 2017 at Dover International Speedway. Next up is a visit to New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NASCAR.com - Marissa Fuller
3 days agoPenske Racing driver Joey Logano was leading the Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway late on Saturday night before a spin by Bubba Wallace with six laps to go brought out the caution flag. On the restart, Logano was sandwiched between several drivers, pushing him all the way down to seventh place and he was unable to recover in overtime. "The caution came out at the wrong time," Logano said. "It happens. You try to think through your notebook on how to have a good restart. I thought I was going to have a decent one, but I got stopped on the left rear there and (Kyle Busch) got me. That is what it is. That stopped all my momentum."--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NASCAR.com - Reid Spencer
3 days agoGanassi Racing driver Kurt Busch picked up the checkered flag at the Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway on Saturday night, just edging out his brother Kyle Busch from Joe Gibbs Racing. He was supposed to share a plane back to North Carolina after the race, but Kyle Busch didn't wait for him and forced his older brother to find a ride back home. "I haven't seen him yet, but I was supposed to fly home with him and now I'm looking for a plane ride. So that's Kyle. It's like, he won't even wait," Kurt Busch said. "We shared a plane ride earlier this year, I think it was Phoenix where he won. And I had to sit there and wait for him to do his little Victory Lane thing. So, it'll be fine. We're going over his house tomorrow, actually, for a little get together on a Sunday off and I'm gonna plop the trophy down right on his kitchen counter."--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NASCAR.com
1 week agoGanassi Racing driver Kurt Busch was leading the Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway when a yellow flag came out. With one lap to go prior to what was going to be a restart, he quickly pitted for a last-minute splash of gas. That's when the red flag stoppage came out on Lap 127, and the race was never restarted. It was a tough break for the veteran, who is without a victory this season and was hopeful of punching his ticket into the playoffs. He'll try and regroup in Kentucky next Saturday. He has never won at Kentucky while managing just one top-5, five top-10 finishes and 96 laps led with a 12.0 Average-Finish Position.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NASCAR.com
1 week agoFront Row Motorsports driver Matt Tifft ended up finishing in ninth place in Sunday's weather-shortened Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway. It was quite a strong play in DFS for anyone who rolled the dice on Tifft, as he started in the 31st spot and earned plenty of Place Differential points in the process. It was certainly unexpected, as Tifft ended up 36th in the Daytona 500 back in February, and his highest previous finish this season was 20th at both Phoenix and Charlotte. Next up is a trip to Kentucky next Saturday. In three career Xfinity starts at Kentucky, Tifft has a top-10 finish with a 11.3 Average-Finish Position, and he never finished worse than 14th.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NASCAR.com
1 week agoLeavine Family Racing driver Matt DiBenedetto registered an eighth-place finish in Sunday's Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway. It was his second top-10 finish in the past three starts after registering a fourth-place showing on the road track at Sonoma two weeks ago. Despite the recent hot streak, he still isn't someone to trust on a regular basis on intermediate and short tracks. Next up is a trip to the tri-oval in Kentucky where he has an awful 35.5 Average-Finish Position in four Cup starts with three DNFs.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NASCAR.com
1 week agoStewart-Haas Racing driver Aric Almirola ended up finishing in seventh place in the weather-shortened Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway on Sunday. Almirola was collected in a 'Big One' at Daytona in February, finishing 32nd after qualifying eighth. In this one, he started 11th and improved to seventh. It was his first finish in a points race since also finishing seventh in Texas back on March 31. Next up is a trip to Kentucky next Saturday, and he has a 20.0 Average-Finish Position in six starts at the track.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NASCAR.com
1 week agoGo FAS Racing driver Corey LaJoie was scored in the sixth position on Lap 127 of 160 at the Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway on Sunday. After a two-hour and 12-minute weather delay due to rain and lightning, the race was called. LaJoie ended up finishing in the sixth position, easily the best Cup finish of his career. He had an 11th-place finish at Talladega Superspeedway earlier this season which previously served as his best. Notice a trend? He tends to run pretty well on the superspeedways, so remember him when the circuit returns to Talladega on Oct. 13.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NASCAR.com
1 week agoRoush Fenway Racing driver Ryan Newman ended up finishing in fifth place at the rain-shortened Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway on Sunday. The 'Rocket Man' has registered three top-10 finishes over his past four points races, and this was his best finish since registering a runner-up finish on Oct. 15, 2017 at Talladega. Next up is a visit to Kentucky where Newman has three top-5 finishes, and a 15.1 Average-Finish Position in eight Cup starts.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NASCAR.com
1 week agoGermain Racing driver Ty Dillon posted a fourth-place finish in Sunday's weather-shortened Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway. He did not lead any laps, but secured 33 points as a result of the top-5 finish. He'll look to build on the momentum heading into Kentucky next Saturday. In three Cup starts he has a rather dismal 29.0 Average-Finish Position in Kentucky, but he has a 10.0 AFP with three top-5 finishes and 270 laps led in eight Xfinity Series starts at the track.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NASCAR.com
1 week agoHendrick Motorsports driver Jimmie Johnson ended up finishing third in the weather-shortened Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway on Sunday. He did not lead any laps, but he was able to secure 38 valuable points as he enhances his bid for one of the at-large spots in the 16-car Chase field. His win drought now dates back to June 4, 2017 at Dover, a span of 76 consecutive points races. Next up is a race at Kentucky next Saturday. He has never won in eight trips to Kentucky, posting one top-5 finish, five top-10 showings and an Average-Finish Position of 15.4.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NASCAR.com
1 week agoHendrick Motorsports driver William Byron registered a second-place finish at the Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway on Sunday in the rain-shortened race. He finished just behind Justin Haley, who registered his first-career Cup Series victory. Byron did not lead a lap, collecting 43 points to enhance his bid for a spot in the 16-car Chase later this season, but he still has much work to go. A victory would have gone a long way. His previous best-ever finish was sixth at Pocono in 2018, and also sixth at Texas back in late March.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NASCAR.com
1 week agoKaulig Racing driver Justin Haley, who is up for Sunoco Rookie of the Year honors in the Xfinity Series, won the rain-shortened Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway on Sunday. He was first on the leaderboard when the race was red-flagged with 33 laps to go due to lightning, and after a two-hour and 12-minute delay, he was declared the winner. "It's absolutely a blessing, pretty incredible that I have so many people around me who have given me this opportunity," the 20-year-old said. He became the second-youngest winner in the history of Daytona.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NASCAR.com
2 weeks agoRichard Childress Racing driver Austin Dillon started out on the pole Sunday in the Camping World 400 at Chicagoland Speedway, but he managed to lead just nine laps before tumbling down to 10th place when the dust cleared. His teammate, rookie Daniel Hemric, started out third, but ended up running in 19th place at the end. It was a day of missed opportunities for the RCR cars after starting out in a favorable spot. Next week is a trip to Daytona where Dillon won his first-ever Cup Series race in the 500 back in February 2018.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NASCAR.com
2 weeks agoJoe Gibbs Racing driver Martin Truex Jr. finished in the ninth spot in Sunday's Camping World 400 at Chicagoland Speedway. It was a disappointing day for Toyota, which had won the previous four stops at the track, including two wins by Truex. He still has three consecutive top-10 showings. He'll look to redemption next week at Daytona International Speedway after finish 35th in the 500 back in February.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: NASCAR.com
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