What can Nascar Pools Online do?


We have 6 basic scoring methods, which you can completely customize with a wide array of bonuses, including Chase resets.

Season Pick Pools

Traditional Box or Salary Cap Nascar pools, with selections made at the start of the season. In-season trades are available.

Weekly Pick Pools

Pick'em style Nascar pools, with selections made for each race. We now have a handful of options to limit driver selections.

Custom Groups

Create your own custom groups/salaries for your Season or Weekly pick Nascar pool. You can also use the default groups we create.


Check how many teams selected the same picks as you, how your team has scored on a weekly basis, and track your rises and falls.


Race updates are run within 2 hours of race completion (usually next morning for night races). We also run a nightly full-site update.


Each pool has a dedicated message board and area for manager's notes. Managers can now send emails to all pool entrants.

Manage Entries

Manage individual entries, from tracking payments, editing and deleting entries, to making picks and trades for your entrants.


Nascar Pools Online has been built to be responsive and work on tablets and mobile phones. The layout will be modified on smaller devices.

Featured Posts

  • Ford EcoBoost 400 Preview

    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?

  • Can-Am 500 Preview

    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!

Site News

  • #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.

  • Disqualifications/Inspections

    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.

  • 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.

Nascar Racing