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Pit Crew Pick'em

Fun Competition

  • Compete during the 10 race playoff championship
  • Easy to play - select 1 driver from each of the 10 driver groups
  • $12.95 per team, free trades for each race
  • Set up a free buddy pool with your friends

Big Time Prizes

PRIZES
Top 100 win prizes!
1st Place $1,000
2nd $500
3rd $250
4th - 5th $50

Easy to Play

  • Pick the one (1) pro driver from each of the ten (10) driver groups that you think will score the most points
  • Make your picks each week and sit back to watch the action!
  • Your weekly score is based on the total points scored by each of your 10 drivers
  • $1,000 Grand Prize and Top 100 win prizes!

Entry Options

Complete Package for $19.95:
Premium Internet Reports, In-Game Stats and One Full-Team Trade Certificate

Due to lack of participation, we no longer run the Pit Crew Pick'em game. Check NASCAR.com for a free Chase game.

Driver News

NASCAR veteran Casey Mears and sponsor GEICO will partner with Biagi-DenBeste Racing for 12 races in the 2017 NASCAR XFINITY Series season. Mears will pilot the No. 98 GEICO Military Ford Mustang, pmifirm.com reports.
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Kyle Larson's car was parked with 14 laps remaining in the Clash at Daytona exhibition Sunday when his team had more than six crewmen over the wall to work on the car. NASCAR's new damaged vehicle policy states that the penalty for "too many men over the wall" is the car can't continue in the race, ESPN.com reports.
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Jimmie Johnson crashed and finished 16th in Sunday afternoon's Advance Auto Parts Clash at Daytona, hendrickmotorsports.com reports.
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Kevin Harvick raced as high as second-place and skillfully avoided a last lap crash to finish fifth in the Advance Auto Parts Clash at Daytona International Speedway Sunday afternoon, stewarthaasracing.com reports.
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Danica Patrick surged from 10th-place on the final lap to finish fourth in Sunday's Advance Auto Parts Clash at Daytona, stewarthaasracing.com reports.
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Chase Elliott won the pole for the Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway Sunday afternoon. He turned a fast lap of 192.872 mph.
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