1. Joey Logano
An old adage in NASCAR says a driver must lose a championship before winning one. Logano hopes that is true in 2017. Read article
Plate tracks are the most difficult course type to handicap, but they count for just as many points as the other 32 races.
2017 Rookie Class
There have been some stellar Rookie of the Year classes in the past, but 2017 promises to be one of the best of all time.
2017 Daytona 500 in 15 days
Just about two weeks to the Daytona 500! This is the final Look Ahead on some NASCAR drivers 2016 performance and 2017 plans.
2. Kevin Harvick
There could be some distractions in 2017, but one cannot suppose they will slow Harvick any in his quest for a second Cup.
Planning ahead is the key to winning games that have limited allocations for each driver during a season.