Championship contender Austin Dillon keeps his day going by avoiding the spinning Andrew Ranger .
Get race details, storylines and quotes ahead of Sunday's race (1:30 p.m. ET, FOX Sports 1) What: Second annual Chevrolet Silverado 250 Where: Canadian Tire Motorsport Park , Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada When: Sunday, Aug. 31 at 1:30 p.m. ET TV/Radio: FOX Sports 1, MRN Distance: 64 laps, 157.37 miles On the front row 1. Alex Tagliani, No. 19 Brad Keselowski Racing Ford (109.889 mph) 2. Gray Gaulding , No. 20 NTS Motorsports Chevrolet (109.301 mph) Failed to qualify None Fastest in practice First practice: German Quiroga , No. 77 Red Horse Racing Toyota (108.967 mph) Second practice: Andrew Ranger , No. 53 NDS Motorsports Dodge RAM (109.614 mph) Inaugural winner Chase Elliott Former winners in the field None. Darrell Wallace Jr. has the best finish among drivers competing in the race. He was fourth place last year. Double duty: Three drivers -- Alex Tagliani, Andrew Ranger and Ray Courtemanche Jr. -- will compete in both the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and Canadian Tire Series events this weekend. Try, try again: "You know, the biggest thing, I think, is just taking care of your equipment -- making sure you don't shift when you're not supposed to and burn the brakes off the thing, and ultimately just finish this race. I've never claimed to be a road race expert, so having said all that, I just need to keep all four tires on the asphalt all day and I think we'll come away with a better finish than what we think we can." -- Johnny Sauter Road course compliments: "Road course racing is a blast. It's a lot of fun turning left and right, plus shifting." -- John Hunter Nemechek on racing at CTMP Applied experience: "It will be kind of new, but with all the data acquisition, simulation and all the other stuff we use these days, I don't know if you are ever truly going to a race track for the first time." - No. 51 crew chief Eric Phillips on both he and driver Erik Jones racing at Mosport for the first time Collaborative effort: "(Friday), I was going around with the Ford safety truck with Matt Crafton and Ben Kennedy ... and Matt was pretty nice to give us some tips of what he felt last year around the track. I think as a driver, you have to feel the beast that you're going to be driving, and then it makes more sense once you're in the truck. So all the things that he was saying to us while we were driving out there, they were very valuable and then they all made sense because when I went out, what he was saying, it really kind of applied on what the truck was doing out there. So it was quite nice of him to give us all those tips before we went out." -- Alex Tagliani Whew!: "I'd say one ... trying to push it into 5 A and B, back in the corner there, I'd gotten in a little too hot, and you've always gotta have a couple of those or you're not driving it hard enough." -- Cameron Hayley on whether he'd had any nervous moments Saturday. MORE: READ: Latest NASCAR news WATCH: Latest NASCAR video PLAY: NASCAR Fantasy Live FOLLOW LIVE: Get RaceView FULL SERIES COVERAGE • Latest news • Standings • Schedule
Kenseth paces final Sprint Cup practice; Logano led day's first session RELATED: Play NASCAR Fantasy Live " Sign up for RaceView today Sprint Cup Series practice 3 " Results Matt Kenseth topped Saturday's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series' final practice in advance of Sunday's Oral-B USA 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Still searching for his first win of 2014, the Joe Gibbs Racing driver rounded the track at a high speed of 188.251 mph. Coming in second-fastest was Team Penske driver Joey Logano at 187.869 mph. Logano led Saturday's opening practice session. Denny Hamlin (187.114 mph), Jeff Gordon (186.956 mph) and Jimmie Johnson (186.855 mph) completed the top five for the final session. Coors Light Pole Award winner Kevin Harvick was 23rd-fastest after posting a speed of 183.473 mph on his first of 41 laps. Making his Sprint Cup Series debut this weekend, Ty Dillon came in as 28th-fastest in the closing session (182.362 mph). The Sprint Cup Series will return to the track Sunday for the Oral-B USA 500 at 7:30 p.m. ET with TV coverage on ESPN. Sprint Cup Series practice 2 " Results Joey Logano topped the speed charts in the 50-minute practice session of Sprint Cup Series practice for the Oral-B USA 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway . Practice was called five minutes early due to rain. Logano's opening lap of 189.351 mph was good to lead the entire practice. The three-time winner in 2014 has shown plenty of speed all year long. Coors Light Pole Award winner Kevin Harvick placed second in the session with a fast lap of 188.328 mph. Harvick earned his sixth Coors Light Pole Award of 2014 and the 12th of his career on Friday night. Dale Earnhardt Jr. led the way for a Hendrick Motorsports contingent that placed all four of its cars in the top 11 of practice. Earnhardt ran a lap of 187.843 mph, which placed him third overall. Future Joe Gibbs Racing teammates Denny Hamlin (187.405 mph) and Carl Edwards (187.215 mph) rounded out the top five. Edwards led Friday's lone practice session with a fast lap of 192.855 mph. Greg Biffle , Edwards' current teammate at Roush Fenway Racing , placed sixth in the session. Tony Stewart , who was participating in just his second practice since return to the track, after a three-race absence finished in 15th place for the session. Brad Keselowski , who will start on the front row with Harvick, placed 26th in the session. He was 18th in the opening practice on Friday. Camping World Truck Series practice 2 " Results Andrew Ranger topped the final practice for the Camping World Truck Series Chevrolet Silverado 250 at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park . Ranger's lap of 109.614 mph set the pace in the final 85-minute practice session. Ranger is making his first career Camping World Truck Series start this weekend. The 27-year-old Quebec native is a regular in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series and has two wins in eight events on that circuit this season. Ranger does have 17 Nationwide Series starts and one Sprint Cup Series start to his name. German Quiroga Jr. , who topped the charts in the opening practice, placed second in this session with a speed of 109.597 mph. Cole Custer was third with a speed of 109.526 mph. Ryan Blaney and Gray Gaulding rounded out the top five. Defending series champion Matt Crafton placed seventh in the session. Darrell Wallace Jr. , a two-time winner this season, finished ninth. Points leader Johnny Sauter placed 10th in the session. There was a brief caution during the session for debris in Turn 5. Camping World Truck Series practice 1 " Results German Quiroga Jr. used his final lap of opening practice to take the top spot in the session for the Camping World Truck Series Chevrolet Silverado 250 at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park . Quiroga led the way with a fast lap of 108.967 mph. Brennan Newberry was second on the speed chart with a lap of 108.492 mph. Road course specialist Alex Tagliani , who is making his first Truck Series start, placed third with a lap of 108.406 mph. Gray Gaulding and Jeb Burton rounded out the top five. Points leader Johnny Sauter finished 13th in the session, while his ThorSport Racing teammate and defending series champion Matt Crafton placed 11th. NASCAR Next alumnus Cameron Hayley placed 14th. Hayley is making his first Truck Series start in the No. 32 for Turner Scott Motorsports. MORE: READ: Latest NASCAR news WATCH: Latest NASCAR video PLAY: NASCAR Fantasy Live FOLLOW LIVE: Get RaceView FULL SERIES COVERAGE • Latest news • Standings • Schedule FULL SERIES COVERAGE • Latest news • Standings • Schedule
MORE: Revisiting one night in Richmond In the movie "The Replacements," quarterback Shane Falco discusses his biggest fear: quicksand. Basically, a snowball effect, where one thing goes wrong, then another and another until it's completely out of control. Well, that is what has happened with Michael Waltrip Racing over the past two years. The latest event: A P4 penalty that saw Clint Bowyer lose 25 driver championship points, Rob Kauffman lose 25 owner championship points and Bowyer's crew chief, Billy Scott, suspended for three races. This comes on top of last month's news that MWR would no longer field a full-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team and that the organization was allowing Clint Bowyer to pursue other opportunities for 2016. However, everything with the fall of MWR can be traced back to one fateful night in Richmond. NASCAR ruled that Michael Waltrip Racing manipulated the outcome of the final regular-season race at Richmond in 2013. Drivers were docked points, a penalty which took Martin Truex Jr . out of the Chase and put Ryan Newman in. The aftermath saw the sponsor of Truex's car, NAPA, leave MWR. NAPA would eventually end up sponsoring the JR Motorsports' NASCAR XFINITY Series ride for Chase Elliott in 2014 and 2015. Elliott instantly became a star in the series and won the XFINITY championship in '14. NAPA has committed to go with him as a primary sponsor as he moves to Cup ranks in 2016 with Hendrick Motorsports and will be wheeling Jeff Gordon 's No. 24 Chevrolet. With NAPA out, MWR elected to downsize to two full-time teams, leaving Truex as the odd man out. He landed at single-car Furniture Row Racing , which was fresh off making the Chase with Kurt Busch behind the wheel. Truex struggled in his first season with the team, but he has been solid in 2015, winning at Pocono and making the postseason. In 2012, Bowyer's best season, he had 10 top fives to go with his three wins. Since the Richmond incident in 2013, he has just nine top fives in 74 races. He also has a winless drought that is now at 105 races after New Hampshire. RELATED: MWR through the years This is not the first time that one decision has caused a ripple effect throughout a sport's landscape. One of the most famous examples of this is "The Curse of the Bambino." Legendary baseball player and Hall of Famer Babe Ruth had led the Boston Red Sox to three World Series titles. Ruth was sold to the New York Yankees in 1920, which would go on to become a heated rival for Boston. As legend has it, the owner of the Red Sox Harry Frazee used the money from the sale to finance a play, "No, No, Nanette." The deal reversed the fortunes of both teams. The Yankees became a powerhouse, winning the first four of their 27 World Series championships in club history. The Red Sox would go through a title drought of 86 years with misfortunate finding them in different ways, most notably the Bill Buckner misplay in Game 6 of the 1986 World Series. Boston did eventually win a World Series title in 2004 and won three titles in 10 years. ... In the 1984 NBA Draft, the Portland Trail Blazers selected big man Sam Bowie with the No. 2 pick, while passing up the chance to draft shooting guard Michael Jordan. The Chicago Bulls grabbed Jordan with the No. 3 pick and the rest is NBA history. Jordan went on to become of the best players, if not the best player, in NBA history and led the Bulls to six championships, which consisted of two three-peats. Bowie battled a number of injuries to his knees that didn't allow him to live up to the promise and potential Portland thought it had drafted. While Portland remained a consistent playoff presence up until 2004, the organization is still searching for its first title since 1977. Jordan even led the Bulls past Portland in the 1992 NBA Finals. Similar luck struck Portland when it selected big man Greg Oden with the No. 1 pick in the 2007 NBA Draft over Kevin Durant. Oden's professional career has been marred by knee issues, while Durant is one of the league's top talents. ... A neck injury to NFL superstar quarterback Peyton Manning sent a big ripple thoughout the league. The then-Indianapolis Colts quarterback wound up missing the entire 2011 season and the Colts suffered through a miserable year, ultimately landing the No. 1 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. Quarterback Andrew Luck was considered to be the top player available in that year's draft, but the Colts still had a rehabbing Manning, although he was owed a whopping $28 million roster bonus. Indianapolis made the decision to cut Manning and drafted Luck to be its new franchise quarterback. Luck has led the Colts to the playoffs in the first three seasons of his career. RELATED: NFL quarterback picks Dale Jr. to win the Chase Manning would go on to land in Denver, where he would make the Broncos instant Super Bowl contenders and power the Broncos to the playoffs the past three seasons. Manning's arrival in Denver paved the way for the team to trade Tim Tebow. The 2007 Heisman Trophy winner guided the Broncos guiding to a Wild Card Round win but he was dealt to the New York Jets months later. The Jets struggled to find ways to use him and he was released in April of 2013. With some of these cases, the fallout still continues and is subject to much debate. How would the Colts have been if they had held on to Manning? Would Tebow's career have turned out differently if Denver hadn't brought in Manning? How different would the past few years at MWR had been without the Richmond incident? Would a sponsor have backed Elliott so quickly and as a result, would his meteoric rise have happened? Those debates are part of the reason we talk about sports, to dream up the fantasy and hypothetical scenarios. But in the end it's those events that have a lasting effect on the sports we love.
Blaney scores first Camping World Truck Series victory of 2014
Plenty of NASCAR action at Charlotte, Iowa and more over the next two weeks
Brian Scott turns the No. 66, setting off a multi-car pileup off Turn 2 late in the race.
RELATED: Meet the 16 Chase crew chiefs This is the first in a series of four pit crew analysis pieces NASCAR.com will roll out this week as we preview the 2015 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup . For more pit crew news provided by PitTalks.com come back throughout the Chase. Hendrick Motorsports No. 48 Chevrolet SS for Jimmie Johnson Pit Coach: Chris Krieg Front Changer: Cam Waugh Front Carrier: R.J. Barnette Jackman: Andrew Childers Rear Changer: Calvin Teague Rear Carrier: Ryan Patton Gas Man: Brandon Harder Strength: This crew has already been a part of four wins this season. Pressure should not be a problem because it has been pitting up front all year. Chemistry is also a major plus. A change at the jack position was made midseason last year, and since then the team has stayed the same. Weakness: The only weakness we could find with this group could be that it is young. According to our numbers, this is one of the youngest pit crews in NASCAR. That could be a plus or minus, depending on how one looks at it. Joe Gibbs Racing No. 18 Toyota for Kyle Busch Pit Coach: Mike Lepp Front Changer: Nick Odell Front Carrier: Brad Donaghy Jackman: Jeff Fender Rear Changer: Jake Seminara Rear Carrier: Kenny Barber Gas Man: Tom Lampe Strength: The group has been together with the same driver since 2008. Chemistry is great and they understand each other extremely well. Plus, they always seem to step up when the pressure is on. Weakness: They haven't been as consistent this year as years past. Not saying they have had a bad year, but this year has had more ups and downs than years past. Joe Gibbs Racing No. 20 Toyota for Matt Kenseth Pit Coach: Mike Lepp Front Changer: John Royer Front Carrier: Joe Crossen Jackman: Bailey Walker Rear Changer: Chris Taylor Rear Carrier: Richard Coleman Gas Man: John Eicher Strength: This is a very good pit crew with changers who have been together for a few years. They are used to winning races and understand what it takes to compete at the highest level and gain spots during races. Weakness: Changes were made in the offseason and even more recently a few weeks back. New to the team are rear carrier Richard Coleman and jackman Bailey Walker. Seeing how this team's chemistry plays out will be a big part of its success or failure. Team Penske No. 22 Ford for Joey Logano Pit Coach: Trent Cherry Front Changer: Thomas Hatcher Front Carrier: Dylan Dowell Jackman: Ray Gallahan Rear Changer: Zach Price Rear Carrier: Eric Groen Gas Man: Kellen Mills Strength: Each team member believes in the people around them. This group was totally rebuilt a year ago and has been on fire since then. It works well with the driver, crew chief, and organization, and it is no stranger to pitting in big-time situations. Weakness: Staying focused the entire Chase. There are a lot of young crewmen on this team and it can't afford any mistakes due to inexperience. For more pit crew news, visit PitTalks.com .
Get the on-track times for everything this weekend The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and NASCAR XFINITY Series will race at Charlotte Motor Speedway this weekend. Check out the full schedule below. &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;nbsp; All times are ET SUNDAY, MAY 24: PRE-RACE SCHEDULE -- 4:00:00 p.m.: NSCS Driver/Crew Chief Meeting -- 4:40:00 p.m.: Military Appreciation -- 5:20:00 p.m.: NSCS Drivers Introductions (43 Service members will introduce the drivers from a mic on stage and walk off behind driver. Bike Fence area for soldiers near announcer manager) (Driver to hand hat to Service member after walking out) -- 5:43:30 p.m.: "God Bless America" by: Danielle Johnson, Speedway Superstar (1 min) -- 5:44:00 p.m.: Official Welcome by: Marcus Smith, President of Charlotte Motor Speedway (Intros State of Freedom Address) -- 5:46:00 p.m.: State of Freedom Address by: Major General Smith -- 5:49:00 p.m.: Stonewall Jackson Award Presented to: Taya Kyle (Marcus Smith intros award and presents) -- 5:50:00 p.m.: Armed Forces Service Medley Performed by: Central Church of God Choir -- 6:00:00 p.m.: Presentation of Colors by: 108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade Color Guard Ft. Bragg (Ft. Bragg service members in grandstands holding American Flags) -- 6:00:20 p.m.: Invocation by: Douglas Carver, Executive Director of Chaplaincy for the Southern Baptist Convention’s North American Mission Board -- 6:00:45 p.m.: Amazing Grace by: Charlotte Fire Department Pipe Band -- 6:02:05 p.m.: "21 Gun Salute": Fort Bragg Firing Party -- 6:02:35 p.m.: Taps by: Bugler from Fort Bragg -- 6:03:25 p.m.: Intro National Anthem (American Flag unfurled in ball field turn one side of stage) -- 6:03:40 p.m.: National Anthem: 82nd Airborne Division All-American Chorus -- 6:05:00 p.m.: Fly-by TOT: 4 F-18’s from VFA 103 (Turn 4 to Turn 1) -- 6:09:30 p.m.: "Drivers, Start Your Engines" by: Dr. JD Crouch II, USO President and General Manager Dawn Seif, wife of Andrew Seif Silver Star winner and USO Marine of the year in 2013 -- 6:18:30 p.m.: Start of the Coca-Cola 600 (400 Laps /600 Miles) ON TRACK -- 6 p.m.: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coca-Cola 600 (400 laps, 600 miles), FOX ( Follow live ) NEWS CONFERENCE ( Watch live ) -- Approx 10:30 p.m.: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series post-race news conference THURSDAY, MAY 21: ON TRACK -- 2:30-3:55 p.m.: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice, FOX Sports 1 ( Get results ) -- 4-4:55 p.m.: NASCAR XFINITY Series practice, FOX Sports 1 ( Get results ) -- 5:30-6:55 p.m.: NASCAR XFINITY Series final practice, FOX Sports 1 ( Get results ) -- 7:15 p.m.: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coors Light Pole Qualifying, FOX Sports 1 ( Get results ) NEWS CONFERENCES ( Watch live ) -- 1:30 p.m.: Jimmie Johnson -- 1:45 p.m.: Kevin Harvick -- 2:15 p.m.: Chris Buescher and Elliott Sadler -- 4:55 p.m.: Goodyear Gives Back announcement with Martin Truex Jr .; Mike Helton, Vice Chairman, NASCAR; Stu Grant, GM of Global Race Tires, Goodyear; Kris Kienzl, Marketing Manager, Goodyear; Martin C. Boire, Executive Director, Support Our Troops -- 5:15 p.m.: Kyle Busch -- Approx 8:15 p.m.: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series post-qualifying news conference GARAGECAM ( Watch live ) -- 2 p.m.: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series -- 5 p.m.: NASCAR XFINITY Series SATURDAY, MAY 23: ON TRACK -- 10-10:55 a.m.: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice, FOX Sports 1 ( Get results ) -- 11:15 a.m.: NASCAR XFINITY Series Coors Light Pole Qualifying, FOX Sports 1 ( Get results ) -- 1-1:50 p.m.: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series final practice, FOX Sports 1 ( Get results ) -- 2:30 p.m.: NASCAR XFINITY Series Hisense 300 (200 laps, 300 miles), FOX ( Get results ) NEWS CONFERENCES ( Watch live ) -- 9:15 a.m.: Hisense with Denny Hamlin -- Approx 4:45 p.m.: NASCAR XFINITY Series post-race news conference
Get the on-track times for the weekend's NASCAR action RELATED: Follow your picks in the Chase Battle Grid Presented by Toyota All times ET COMPLETE TV LISTINGS / BUY TICKETS FOR PHOENIX / WEEKEND TRACK EVENTS This week, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series , NASCAR Nationwide Series and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series head to Phoenix International Raceway. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9: PRE-RACE SCHEDULE -- 1:00:00: NSCS Driver/Crew Chief Meeting -- 1:30:00: Drivers Introductions -- 3:02:00: Intro Presentation of Colors: Luke Air Force Base -- 3:02:20: Moment of Silence for Veterans & Invocation: Ken Bowers, PIR Chaplain -- 3:02:45: Intro National Anthem (Unfurl Large American Flag in Turn 2 by National Guard) -- 3:03:00: National Anthem: Hayley Orrantia -- 3:04:20: Fly-By TOT: (2) F-16s from Luke Air Force Base (Turn 4 to Turn 1) -- 3:09:30: Driver's, Start Your Engines: U.S. Army Veteran and Purple Heart Recipient, Andrew Lotts -- 3:17:00: Green Flag: Quicken Loans Race for Heroes 500 (312 laps, 312 miles) ON TRACK -- 3 p.m.: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Quicken Loans Race for Heroes 500 (312 laps, 312 miles), ESPN ( Follow live ) PRESS CONFERENCES ( Watch live ) -- 6:15 p.m.: NSCS Post Race Press Conference THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6: ON TRACK -- 3-3:55 p.m.: NASCAR Camping World Truck Series practice ( Get results ) -- 5:30-7 p.m.: NASCAR Camping World Truck Series final practice ( Get results ) PRESS CONFERENCES ( Watch live ) -- 4:30 p.m.: Erik Jones and Kyle Busch Motorsports announcement ( Watch video ) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7: ON TRACK -- noon-1:20 p.m.: NASCAR Nationwide Series practice, FOX Sports 1 ( Get results ) -- 1:30-3 p.m.: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice, FOX Sports 1 ( Get results ) -- 3:10-4:20 p.m.: NASCAR Nationwide Series final practice, FOX Sports 1 ( Get results ) -- 4:45 p.m.: NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Keystone Light Pole Qualifying, FOX Sports 1 ( Get results ) -- 6:45 p.m.: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coors Light Pole Qualifying, ESPN2 ( Get results ) -- 8:30 p.m.: NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Lucas Oil 150 (150 laps, 150 miles), FOX Sports 1 ( Get results ) PRESS CONFERENCES ( Watch live ) -- 11:15 a.m.: Kyle Larson -- 11:30 a.m.: Aric Almirola -- noon: Joey Logano -- 12:15 p.m.: Ryan Newman -- 12:30 p.m.: Matt Kenseth -- 12:45 p.m.: Jimmie Johnson -- 1 p.m.: Kevin Harvick -- 3:15 p.m.: Carl Edwards -- 4:30 p.m.: Jeff Gordon -- 7:45 p.m.: NSCS Post Qualifying Press Conference, plus Brad Keselowski (if not in top three) -- 10:45 p.m.: NCWTS Post Race Press Conference GARAGECAM PRESENTED BY MOBIL 1 ( Watch live ) -- 11:30 a.m.: Nationwide Series -- 1 p.m.: Sprint Cup Series SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8: ON TRACK -- 11:30 a.m.-12:20 p.m.: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice, FOX Sports 2 ( Get results ) -- 12:45 p.m.: NASCAR Nationwide Series Coors Light Pole Qualifying, FOX Sports 2 ( Get results ) -- 2:30-3:20 p.m.: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series final practice, FOX Sports 2 ( Get results ) -- 4 p.m.: NASCAR Nationwide Series DAV 200 - Honoring America's Veterans (200 laps, 200 miles), ESPN ( Get results ) PRESS CONFERENCES ( Watch live ) -- 6:15 p.m.: NNS Post Race Press Conference MORE: READ: Latest Chase news PLAY: Monitor your Chase Grid Game picks WATCH: Latest NASCAR video FOLLOW LIVE: Get RaceView