Who will go the distance at Charlotte?
NASCAR.com's Jonathan Merryman and Chris Rice talk about the challenges of 600 miles at Charlotte Motor Speedway and who they think will be able to go the distance in the Coca-Cola 600.
The Climb: Who will conquer 600 miles?
NASCAR.com's Jonathan Merryman and Chris Rice give you their picks on who they think will win the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Preview Show: Charlotte
NASCAR.com analyst Chris Rice and Marty Snider preview the action for this upcoming weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway as the drivers of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series gear up for 600 miles of racing in the Coca-Cola 600.
All jacked up: How pit road jacks work
NASCAR.com's Jonathan Merryman and Chris Rice show you the efficiency of a pit-road jack, and explain how the modifications help save valuable time during pit stops.
Who will rise to the top at Charlotte?
Marty Snider and Chris Rice give you insight on which drivers have a chance to finish in the top ten at Charlotte Motor Speedway in NASCAR's Streak to the Finish fantasy game.
Will Truex excel at Charlotte?
Marty Snider and Chris Rice tell you which drivers should do well at Charlotte Motor Speedway and who is the best value pick for your NASCAR Fantasy Live roster.
Preview Show: NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race
Denny Hamlin, driver of the No. 11 FedEx Toyota, joins Marty Snider and Chris Rice on the Preview show Presented by FedEx to help break down the changes for the upcoming NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race.
Chris Rice reveals new NXS team for 2016
Chris Rice reveals the establishment of full-time NASCAR XFINITY Series team, Kaulig Racing and that he will be crew chief for the No. 11 Chevy driven by Blake Koch.
Chris Rice joins NTS Motorsports in dual role
Veteran crew chief to sit atop box, serve as competition director Chris Rice has left RAB Racing for the position of competition director and crew chief of the No. 20 Chevrolet for NTS Motorsports in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series , the team announced Tuesday. Rice was crew chief of the No. 99 Toyota in the NASCAR Nationwide Series for 14 races this season (and every race last year) before leaving the box to be the program's competition director. He will serve as crew chief for Austin Dillon this week at Michigan, the team announced, and will lead Gray Gaulding the following week at Bristol. Rice is also an analyst for NASCAR.com. "I have kept my eye on NTS Motorsports and watched them grow over the past few years," Rice said in a press release. "They have a great stable of drivers that continue to impress me week in and week out." All told, Rice has 11 years of experience as a Nationwide Series crew chief. He's called 219 total races in that series, and 41 in the Camping World Truck Series. Team owner Bob Newberry has run 81 races in the Truck Series, starting in 2012. The No. 20 team has used four different drivers in the seat this year and has a best finish of second (Justin Lofton at Texas). The team is currently 13th in the owner standings. "We are proud to have Chris Rice join us at NTS Motorsports," NTS Vice President of Operations Dwayne Gaulding said. "I have known Chris and his family for several years and have been impressed with his attitude and demeanor. Chris will be a great asset to NTS Motorsports on both sides of competition in the Camping World Truck Series and K&N Pro Series. Bob Newberry and myself look forward to Chris' positive attitude and how it will spread throughout the shop." MORE: READ: Latest NASCAR news WATCH: Latest NASCAR video PLAY: NASCAR Fantasy Live FOLLOW LIVE: Get RaceView FULL SERIES COVERAGE • Latest news • Standings • Schedule
Reducing impacts: How door foam absorbs energy
NASCAR.com's Jonathan Merryman and analyst Chris Rice explain how door foam, a piece of foam that sits between the sheet metal and the car's roll cage, helps absorb energy and keep drivers safe.