About Nascar Pools Online
Nascar Pools Online was created prior to the 2007 season, to fill a need for customizable online nascar pool hosting and management. We got our start hosting only 5 pools that first year and we've consistently grown each season, adding more options along the way for both selections and scoring. The site went through a significant re-design in 2009, when we added individual accounts, and allowed for online selections and pick'em type pools. After continued growth and addition, we've updated again for the 2014 season to give pool managers many more options for running their Nascar pools. We continue to strive to meet the needs of any Nascar pool that doesn't fit in the box the large corporate fantasy sports sites try to put them in.
We are a small company based in London, ON, and we host sports office pools for people and businesses from all over Canada and the United States. We pride ourselves on our prompt and courteous customer service, and doing everything we can to make your pool a positive experience for both pool managers and entrants alike.
Nascar Pools Online is for your entertainment only, and is not a gambling website. We do not run any pools for money, nor do we pay out prizes or handle money for your pools. We do however charge a fee for our service, and you can check out our Pricing page to see how much running a pool with us would cost you.
If you ever have a question, or a suggestion don't hesitate to send us a message.
You guys are the best, I will keep this pool as long as you have it, Thank YouTodd Leone Pal-Mac Racing
Thanks! I really appreciate your help! Everyone loves using your website and it's been an absolute time saver for me!!!Dan Taylor Front Stretch Radio
I had a very positive experience with your website this year and I look forward to doing the pool with you guys next year as well.Shane Gaudette Soo Nascar
After 9 months and 35 races, we’re left with 4 drivers and 1 race to decide the 2018 Monster Energy Nascar Cup Series Champion. Will Martin Truex send his owners out of the series with a title, will Joey Logano pick up his first championship, or will Busch or Harvick finish on top of the heap for the 2nd time in their careers?
We’re down to the penultimate race of the 2018 season. After Harvick was docked his win last week, there are still 3 spots in the final round of the Chase up for grabs at Phoenix. Good luck on your picks this week!
- #40 - Jamie McMurray
For those that score by Car, please note that Jamie McMurray is listed as the driver of the #77 car for this race despite the car number being #40. The #77 team will be awarded the points for the car. Please make your picks accordingly.09Feb
Update - It looks like the new NASCAR disqualifications for failing post race inspection will affect pretty much all scoring methods, as the results will not be posted until after disqualifications have taken place. So, whether you count penalties or not - these disqualification penalties WILL affect your scoring.06Feb
- Nascar Scoring
NASCAR looks to be changing things up again this season with disqualifications for failing post race inspection. We're not sure yet how this will affect our stats, but we will follow up ASAP once we figure it all out.05Feb