See what's coming this week to NASCAR.com Here's what you'll see on NASCAR.com this week: MONDAY: The drivers get most of the attention, so we will introduce you to the 16 crew chiefs that will be making the calls for the teams in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup ... Who has the best pit crew of all the Chase teams? PitTalks.com's four-part series analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of each over-the-wall crew ... @nascarcasm recaps the Richmond action as only he can. TUESDAY: Will there be any movement in this week's Power Rankings presented by Outback? We'll see how the top drivers are ranked heading into the Chase ... @nascarcasm drafts up a Facebook page using his wit and comedic puns ... Hear the best in-car audio with Scanner Sounds. WEDNESDAY: See the fresh looks that will be on track at Chicagoland Speedway with Paint Scheme Preview ... High 5 presents the best NASCAR content from around the web ... Which team is the favorite to win the championship? Holly Cain tells you ... Kenny Bruce reports on the open test at Kansas. THURSDAY: Chase Media Day is here and NASCAR.com will have a live stream from the event so you can hear from all the drivers in the postseason field ... Driver Reports is back this week and highlights the 16 drivers in the Chase ... Jimmie Johnson turning 40? @nascarcasm has something to say about that. FRIDAY: There is plenty of on-track action with all three NASCAR national series in action at Chicagoland Speedway . A busy day is capped off by Coors Light Pole Qualifying for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at 6:45 p.m. ET followed by the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series American Ethanol e15 225 at 8:30 p.m. ET. ... Kenny Bruce and Zack Albert will be on the ground as drivers prepare for the start of the Chase ... 8 Tweets highlights the best from social media in the past week. Also coming this week: Chase Across North America kicks off on Tuesday with drivers taking to the cities hosting Chase races and a few other locations for special appearances ahead of the Chase ... In light of Denny Hamlin 's torn ACL, we take a look at drivers who have raced injured.
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RELATED: Chase Stats page Jimmie Johnson technically doesn't own Dover International Speedway , but he certainly has "owned" the competition there over the years. Johnson ranks first with 10 wins at the "Monster Mile" and in average finishing position at 7.9. He's also second among active drivers with 15 top-five finishes at the track and an average starting position of 10.1. With six championships in tow, it's easy to take for granted Johnson's greatness. But if the above stats aren't a cause for you to pause, then better check your pulse. Better yet, why not check how Johnson's numbers stack up against other drivers in the field for the race at Dover? And now with NASCAR.com's Chase stats page , it's easier than ever to do side-by-side comparisons with other drivers. Simply select the track and the drivers you want to compare from the dropdown menus, and in no time flat you'll get a snapshot view of how those two have performed. It's the perfect tool to use before setting your lineups in NASCAR Fantasy Live, or before making your pick in Streak to the Finish . Did you know Jeff Gordon was second to Jimmie with five wins at Dover? Or that Carl Edwards was runner-up to 'Six-Time' with an average finish of 10.6? All of that information is easily attained through the driver comparison tool. So have some fun and take it for a test drive. Then, come back Sunday when the Chase stats page transforms to include live Lap-by-Lap updates of the race to go along with driver stats, the most up-to-date Chase Grid and other must-know information to make you the most knowledgeable one in your group of NASCAR fans.