In a season full of unpredictability and 19 different winners, Joey Logano and Team Penske came out on top to win the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series.
Fantasy players looking to ride momentum might gravitate toward Christopher Bell in the Series Championship, as he has proven multiple times this year he can win when the chips are down.
C.J. Radune writes that the championship contender with arguably the most momentum heading into the championship weekend is Noah Gragson.
Zane Smith will race for the season championship Friday at Phoenix where he has finishes of second and fifth in his two prior races there.
Mark Taylor previews the final race of the NASCAR season, where Christopher Bell will look to continue his hot stretch and take home the title.
Christopher Bell scored a walk-off victory in the Xfinity 500, earning himself a spot in the Championship Four, but Ross Chastain stole the show with his drive into the wall to earn himself a spot, too.
Justin Allgaier has an impressive record at Martinsville with two top-fives and three top-10s from four series starts.
With five wins at Martinsville, Denny Hamlin remains in good position to make another final four appearance.
Mark Taylor breaks down the upcoming Xfinity 500 at Martinsville Speedway, where Joey Logano finished second back in April.
Kyle Larson won the Dixie Vodka 400 at Homestead by leading 199 laps and sweeping both stages of the race.
Denny Hamlin's three prior Homestead wins make him a top choice at the speedway, as three playoff spots remain to be clinched over the next two races.
One of C.J. Radune's top choices Saturday is Austin Hill, whose two victories this season have him firmly among the Xfinity Series championship contenders.
Points leader Chandler Smith just needs a good race at Homestead to be among the final four championship contenders in the season finale at Phoenix.
Mark Taylor previews the Dixie Vodka 400, where Joey Logano will be looking for his second consecutive victory.
Joey Logano won the South Point 400 at Las Vegas Speedway and claimed the first of four spots in the NASCAR championship.
Despite not being at the top of the standings for this round, Denny Hamlin is making a strong case to be a championship favorite and therefore leads C.J. Radune's lower-risk lineup.
Noah Gragson leads the series in wins and enters this final round of elimination races in the top position.
Mark Taylor previews the upcoming South Point 400 in Las Vegas, where Tyler Reddick looks like a strong contender.