With the return of NASCAR racing comes the return of NASCAR betting, and Cash or Pass is back to help you with your picks.
Though Daytona International Speedway is one of the most unpredictable tracks in the sport, there are still some NASCAR Cup Series trends that can be followed and analyzed towards making a selection. Here, we’ll take a look at three drivers you should bet on, three drivers you shouldn’t, as well as a couple that may be worth taking a look at.
Pre-season power ranking for Daytona International Speedway is before the non-points paying Cup Series Clash for the first time on a road course this Tuesday.
With the Daytona 500 right around the corner, after the Clash, it’s time to put together the first 2021 edition of the NASCAR Cup Series power ranking. Deciding on the top-20 is a difficult task. This season is shaping up as one of the more competitive seasons in recent memory. New teams such as Trackhouse Racing and 23XI Racing joining the Cup Series and young drivers such as Tyler Reddick and Christopher Bell are primed for a breakout. The top of this ranking will get the most attention, but the middle and bottom are the sleepers who could find their way to the top as the season progresses.
A comprehensive 2021 NASCAR preview begins at the end of a long off season.
As long as 2020 may have felt, the NASCAR Cup Series offseason has felt even longer. That being said, Daytona is quickly approaching. So, it’s time to take a look at what we could see in 2021. We start with storylines to watch, the drivers who could make headlines, and what may be ahead in 2022 and beyond.
Chase Elliott wins at Phoenix Raceway in the Season Finale 500 to earn the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series Championship on Sunday afternoon.
Chase Elliott won the biggest race of his life – rallying from a last-place starting position to cross the Phoenix Raceway finish line first in the Series Finale 500 – earning his first career NASCAR Cup Series championship at the age of 24 – the youngest champion in NASCAR’s premier series in 25 years.
Championship 4 crew chiefs in the NASCAR Cup Series are featured before the Season Finale 500 at Phoenix Raceway on Sunday.
On Sunday, November 8th, four NASCAR Xfinity Series crew chiefs will lead their Championship 4 drivers in the Season Finale 500. Chase Elliott, Denny Hamlin, Brad Keselowski, and Joey Logano will compete for the 2020 series title. Their crew chiefs, Adam Gustafson, Chris Gabehart, Jeremy Bullins, and Paul Wolfe will lead their respective teams. The race begins at 3 pm ET on NBC, MRN, and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.