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The Cup Series heads to Watkins Glen International for the second and final road course event of the 2014 season.
Brian Polking shares his vast insight after making setting his lineups for the upcoming race at Watkins Glen.
Brad Keselowski was so close to victory last time at Pocono. It's hard to count him out for this return trip.
Jeff Gordon is among those who have kissed the bricks before, and he should be good to go this weekend once again in Indianapolis.
As the Sprint Cup series speeds into New Hampshire, remember to go conservative with your roster. Denny Hamlin should be in there.
The holiday weekend brings NASCAR back to Daytona, where the unpredictable nature of this track has Brian Polking thinking about wildcard selections.
A trip to the seldom-used Kentucky Speedway makes for a tougher assessment heading into the Quaker State 400. Don't fret, however, because Brian Polking has the answers to give you confidence.
Marcos Ambrose will be a fantasy darling at this weekend's Sonoma road course.
Kevin Harvick's recent success at Michigan isn't slowing down anytime soon.
The calendar has flipped to June. That's good news for Tony Stewart, especially with his history recently at Pocono.
Jimmie Johnson finds himself in a familiar spot in the rankings for Dover after qualifying and practice.
Updated with qualifying and practice results: Coming off the All-Star race, what does the field look like as the drivers stay in Charlotte? For one, Joey Logano's performance there is nearly unparalleled.
Kevin Harvick is one of a few drivers ready to roll into to Kansas, and he kept up the momentum during qualifying.
Forget a 5-Hour Energy shot ... Brian Polking's analysis of his fantasy choices will have you amped for Kansas!
The schedule's return to Talladega means Dale Earnhardt Jr. likes his chances for a big day.
Brian Polking talks about Richmond's best and worst options, with Kevin Harvick at the top.
Denny Hamlin is the headliner for fantasy owners that must navigate The Lady in Black.
Find out which drivers Brian Polking has chosen to ride to the fantasy finish line at Darlington.
The Sprint Cup circuit heads to Texas for the Duck Commander 500. Familiar names headline the rankings, and you can find ample sleeper value down the list.
The series heads to Martinsville Speedway this weekend, and the flat paperclip-shaped track holds the distinction of being both the smallest and slowest on the schedule. However, the track also has a reputation for being brutal on brakes, and a narrow pit road is often as dangerous as the bumping and banging that occurs on the track. Martinsville may be the small and slow, but it can pack a punch.
After Mother Nature made for a seemingly never-ending race at Bristol last weekend, the Cup Series will head back out West for Sunday's Auto Club 400 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif. Find out which drivers you need to focus on and avoid in fantasy leagues.
After opening the 2014 season with trips to fast tracks like Daytona and Las Vegas, things will slow down a bit this weekend in Thunder Valley. Bristol Motor Speedway will host Sunday's Food City 500.
UPDATED: Fantasy racing stays in the desert this week with the KOBALT 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Which drivers have to be on your short list?
UPDATED -- The Cup Series heads to Phoenix International Raceway, and while the flat, 1.0-mile oval is tame compared to Daytona, the second race of the 2014 season isn't a guarantee to be any easier than the season opener. This early in the year, it is impossible to tell which drivers and teams are ahead of the game and which have some catching up do.
After an eventful offseason filled with plenty of drive movement and major rule changes, the 2014 Sprint Cup season officially begins this weekend with the 56th running of the Daytona 500. Few races can match the history and reputation of season opener, but while the Daytona 500 is the most anticipated race of the year for many drivers, the "Great American Race" poses a tough test for fantasy owners right out of the box.
Brian Polking details the top fantasy NASCAR drivers in his 2014 preseason draft guide rankings. Jimmie Johnson is king, but is there a legitimate threat to his throne?
KFFL.com's Preseason Fantasy NASCAR Rankings and Cheat Sheets are designed to give you the upper hand entering your NASCAR fantasy league draft. Which drivers should you depend on? Which drivers should you avoid? Which drivers should be considered a fantasy NASCAR sleeper or bust? KFFL.com has the answers you are looking for.
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