Can Chase Elliott Keep Hot Streak Going Through Kansas?

Chase Elliott is doing his best Jimmie Johnson impression right now. All regular season long, Elliott just stayed under the radar and was getting himself ready for a playoff run. Sound familiar? That’s Johnson’s strategy each year. This season though, that’s exactly what Elliott has done. In five playoff races, Elliott has a runner-up finish in three of them. In fact, Elliott has led 218 laps over the last five races. In the 20 previous races, he had just three total top five finishes and led 15 laps. 

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Earnhardt Jr. Wins 1st Career Talladega Pole, Elliott To Start 2nd

Talladega, Ala – It’s hard to believe, but prior to this weekend, Dale Earnhardt Jr. had never won a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series pole at the Talladega Superspeedway. In his final start though, Earnhardt Jr. ended that drought. Earnhardt, powered his No. 88 Chevrolet around the high banked 2.66-mile Alabama track in the final round of Coors Light Pole Award qualifying with a speed of 190.544 mph, good enough to earn his 15th career Cup pole and second of the season. The pole comes just 24 hours after he received…

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Chase Elliott Driving Like A Championship Contender

We all see what’s up next on the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series schedule. Sunday is the Alabama 500 (2 p.m. ET/NBC/MRN). But, one driver isn’t as worried about this weekend’s race on the high banked restrictor plate track like he initially thought he would be, and that driver is Chase Elliott. In fact, Elliott is driving right now like a true championship contender. What Elliott did in Sunday’s Bank of America 500 showed his maturity. 

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Chase Elliott Looking To Put Dover Behind Him, Finish Strong at Charlotte On Sunday

If you look at just stats alone, Chase Elliott would be on Cloud 9. In the first round of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoffs, Elliott had two runner-up finishes in three races. In fact, over the last five races, Elliott has finished no worse than 11th. He’s starting to hit his stride, as if you go back to June, the Hendrick Motorsports driver has 14 finishes inside of 13th or better in the last 17 races. But, it’s how this year’s playoffs are going for him in which…

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5 Drivers Who’s Hot Entering Round 2 Of The Playoffs?

The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series is heading to the second round of the 2017 playoffs. Leaving Sunday’s Apache Warrior 400 at the Dover International Speedway, 12 drivers are still eligible for this year’s championship. Here are the ones that are the hottest. Listen To Prime Sports Network – Race Review Online Oct. 2 Podcast Here

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Chase Elliott “I Didn’t Do My Job” Sunday at Dover, Finishes 2nd

For Chase Elliott, he was two laps away from going to victory lane for the first time of his young Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career. Elliott, had a great car in Sunday’s Apache Warrior 400 at the Dover International Speedway. Unfortunately, his car didn’t have enough in the end to go to victory lane. Elliott, got passed by Kyle Busch in Turn 4 as they were coming to the white flag and would finish second in Sunday’s race. While a runner-up is a great finish, especially for the second…

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Kyle Busch Wins Thrilling Duel With Chase Elliott In Sunday’s Apache Warrior 400 at Dover

Dover, DE – The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. If you’re a sports fan, you’ve probably have heard that before. That line can sum up Sunday’s Apache Warrior 400 at the Dover International Speedway perfectly. Chase Elliott was laps away from winning his first career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race, but Kyle Busch was closing the deficit each lap. It was a thrilling battle over the final stages of the race, one that saw Busch pass Elliott in Turn 4 coming to the white flag and cruising…

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