Finish Line | After a much needed weekend off for the NASCAR Cup Series, the drivers, teams, and fans come in refreshed this week for the 16th race of the season, which hopefully will be sort of a reboot from the predictable happenings in the first 15 races.view
Finish Line | Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch or Martin Truex Jr. didn’t win last week on the wide two-mile Michigan layout, which is good news for most of us hoping the NASCAR Cup Series balances out instead of being so top heavy.view
Vegas Sports Books | The dream of legally betting sports outside of Nevada finally becomes a reality Tuesday morning in Delaware as they’ll accept their first wager just weeks after the U.S. Supreme Court repealed the Professional Sports Protection Act now allowing all states the opportunity to get the betting ball rolling.view
Finish Line | The 14th race of the NASCAR Cup Series season takes us to Long Pond, Pa. for some racing at Pocono Raceway’s tricky 2.5-mile triangle. It’s perhaps the most unique track on the circuit in that it only has three turns with each getting progressively flatter.view
Finish Line | In handicapping Memorial Day weekend’s Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, usually the first item on the agenda is to review what happened the week before in the All-Star Race, also held at Charlotte Motor Speedway.view
Finish Line | NASCAR has finally figured out how to slow Kevin Harvick down on 1.5-mile tracks, which should make Saturday night’s non-points All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway the most competitive since its inception in 1985.view
As expected, the Mississippi Gaming Commission Thursday approved sports betting regulations in a move that could result in some state casinos taking sports bets in as few as 30 days.
The Ocean Resort Casino now has a clear path to open on Thursday with the granting a casino license yesterday by New Jersey regulators.
The major overhaul of The Linq’s casino floor is moving quicker than originally planned, according to local media reports. The remodel includes significant upgrading of the property’s sportsbook operation including so-called “living rooms” available for hourly rental.
MGM Resorts International expects to open its next sports wagering operation in Mississippi, according to Jay Rood, the company’s vice- president for race and sports.
Penn National Gaming, the country’s largest regional gaming operator, has revealed it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the operations of Margaritaville Resort Casino in Bossier City, Louisiana