For race fans, it’s just good to have the drivers back on the track for a new year. Here’s how to make sure you’re watching live when the green flag drops on Sunday:
Senseless Season is finished and it’s the ideal opportunity for Speedweeks — just not exactly time for the Daytona 500 or the quest for the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series title. As it has for a long time under different names, the Clash at Daytona is the begin for huge numbers of the best groups and drivers, without any focuses on hold yet a lot of interest regardless.
The 2018 Clash highlights 17 drivers who won posts in 2017, made the playoffs last season or won the Daytona 500 shaft in an earlier year. Three drivers fit the bill for the race yet won’t contend: Dale Earnhardt Jr. (resigned), Matt Kenseth (resigned) and Danica Patrick (just hustling in the Daytona 500, at that point resigning).