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Playoff Salary Cap

Survive the Competition

  • Unique survivor-based contest that follows the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs!
  • Outrun the competition and race for the league championship
  • Bottom 4 teams in your league are cut every 3 weeks
  • CASH paid out to the final 4 teams in each league!
  • Round-by-round standings and Top 100 reports
  • Real-time stats updates on all teams in your league
  • Free Buddy League option

Win CASH Prizes

$200 in League Winner Cash
1st Place $500
2nd $250
3rd $100

Easy to Play

  • Select your favorite six playoff drivers each week
  • Use your $100 million salary cap to build your team
  • Your drivers score points based on their on-track playoff performance
  • Integrated up-to-the minute driver and injury news
  • Online or toll-free phone trades
  • Top 100 win prizes!

Entry Options

Complete Package Entry for $10 includes:
Premium Internet Reports including In-Game Stats,
and 1 Full-Team Trade Certificate - an $18 value!

Season Pass members:
Use your FREE team included with your membership and get all the advantages of a Complete Entry*

* There are no additional free trade certificates for Season Pass members due to the short 10-week season.

Driver News

Team owner Roger Penske said Thursday that NASCAR Cup Series champion Ryan Blaney had expressed recent interest in a potential Indianapolis 500 bid, NASCAR.com reports.
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Noah Gragson remains the favorite to replace Almirola, who won't race full time in Cup next year although he is exploring at least a part-time ride in the Xfinity Series, Bob Pockrass of FOX Sports reports.
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Chase Elliott posted a "little life update" to social media Friday, indicating that he underwent a procedure for a shoulder injury and that he planned to have a clean bill of health for the 2024 NASCAR Cup Series season, NASCAR.com reports.
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Bob Pockrass of Fox Sports reports that Zane Smith will drive the No. 71 for Spire Motorsports in the NASCAR Cup Series next season.
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Gisbergen is aiming to be competing full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series in 2025, Speed Cafe reports.
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Christopher Bell crashed and finished 36th in the NASCAR Cup Series Championship Race at Phoenix Raceway Sunday afternoon.
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