In NASCAR, the driver is important, but his equipment and the team around him is very important as well. There are a few up-and-coming race teams in NASCAR, but which ones are capable of winning a NASCAR Cup Series Championship in the coming years? Here is a look at some future Cup Series Championship Race Teams.
In NASCAR, like everything else in life, many people like to reminisce about the “Good Old Days” when things were better or simpler, just because. One of the things fans like to reminisce about is the old “Winston Cup” points system which was as simple as points systems get. Drivers raced through 36 races and whoever scored the most points based on how they finished in races at the end of the season wins the Championship.
However, @NWCS_Standings on Twitter keeps track of the standings as if NASCAR was still under that system to this day. Many points out how, under this format, seven drivers would have been within one race of the top spot with the top three separated by only 16 points.
NASCAR has been looking to expand in recent years to new markets. NASCAR has shown in recent years they are willing to try some new things to get to thsese new markets. What are some markets that NASCAR has not reached yet, regardless of whether or not there is a race track in the area.
Earlier this week, we asked the Daily Downforce readers who they would put on their NASCAR Broadcasting Dream Team. Like always, the Daily Downforce readers gave their opinions, and they did not disappoint.
This weekend is the NASCAR Xfinity Series cut-off race at Kansas Speedway, and there are plenty of storylines to watch heading into this race. From the regular season Championship battle to the final Playoff spot, there is plenty to watch out for in this weekend’s race.
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The 2024 NASCAR schedule is still a few weeks away from being released, and one sticking point is the LA Coliseum. With the lack of Auto Club Speedway on the 2024 schedule, some have pointed to the LA Coliseum becoming a points race as an idea for a replacement. Let’s ask one simple question, could it happen, and if they can make it happen, should it happen?
When John Hunter Nemechek announced he would be racing for Jimmie Johnson starting in 2024, Johnson mentioned that he will not be racing again in 2023, but he did not rule out anything in 2024. This got us thinking, what are some races we would love to see Jimmie Johnson do in 2024?
John Hunter Nemechek officially announced that he would be moving on to the Cup Series for Legacy Motor Club, and that means that a top-level Xfinity Series seat is up for grabs in 2024. Which drivers are candidates to drive for Joe Gibbs Racing in 2024?
We are sure you loved Toxic Waste being featured on Brennan Poole’s No. 6 JD Motorsports Chevy at Indianapolis on August 12th. You can get your own 1:24 scale model diecast of the car available for purchase now on dailydownforce.com.
In this video, our very own John Rizzo analyzes what the 2024 NASCAR schedule could look like, and what are some of the bold predictions
Kevn Harvick was bitten by an untimely caution on Sunday night at Darlington, and we posed the question to fans about whether or not what happened warranted a rules change. The Daily Downforce readers, like always, did not disappoint, and they came up with some very interesting responses.
Carson Hocevar gave Legacy Motor Club one of the best performances the 42 car has gotten all season long at Darlington on Sunday, but, it was not enough for him to stay in the car full-time for next season. Many began speculating about whether or not he would be a candidate for the 42 car, but John Hunter Nemechek was signed instead. Regardless, this was not Hocevar’s last resort, and there are plenty of other places for him to go in 2024.
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