Fans can win $100,000 if they complete a perfect Chase grid – in a move that’s akin to the bracket of the NCAA and similar tournament challenge type promotions.
Here’s the details from NASCAR:
The Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup field was officially set followingSaturday night’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series regular season finale at Richmond International Raceway. Now, until 2 p.m. ET on Sunday, Sept. 14, sports fans can log on to NASCAR.com/Grid to predict how they think the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup will transpire by filling out the PERFECT CHASE GRID CHALLENGE.
Entrants can achieve the “perfect grid” – and a chance to win $100,000 – by accurately selecting each driver who will advance through the different stages of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. They will also need to accurately predict the four drivers who will compete in the Championship Round at Homestead-Miami Speedway, including who will be crowned the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion and the finishing positions of the three runner ups.
NASCAR.com’s other prediction game, CHASE GRID BATTLE, is also now live at NASCAR.com/Grid. In the CHASE GRID BATTLE, fans will still predict which drivers they think will advance through the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, but one round at a time. Points will be accumulated based on the number of correct picks and the correct ranking amongst advancing drivers. Prizes will be awarded to four individual round winners, as well as the top three overall.
In addition to the Chase Grid games, NASCAR Digital Media will also offer enhanced race coverage and additional updates across the digital platform during the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.
More information here, via NASCAR.com.