The Nascar Cup Series is the largest automotive competition organized since 1949 in the United States by the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR). The competition was initially called grand national. As early as 1971, it opened to sponsorship. She first renamed Winston Cup Series until 2003 (the main sponsor was the Tobacco company R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company and her head office was located in Winston-Salem in North Carolina). The company Nextel Communications, Inc. resumes the sponsoring from 2004 to 2007 and the event is renamed Nextel Cup Series. This company is redeemed in 2008 by the SPRINT telecommunication company again modifying the name in Sprint Cup Series. This denomination continues until the end of the 2016 season. In December 2015, NASCAR announces that the Monster Energy Energy Drink Society will provide the name sponsorship from the 2017 season. The official name of the competition from the 2017 season is therefore the Monster Energy Nascar Cup Series and the logo of the competition is therefore adapted. The championship is based on a point system. Since 2018, each race has been divided into three segments; Points are assigned according to the place obtained at the end of the segments. These are three of them. The first two attribute points to the top ten pilots while the third segment (ending the race) assigns points to all pilots. Since 2018, Playoffs have replaced the Chase and the number of tricks traveled at the top of the race no longer reports. The season is divided into two periods:
The first twenty-six races are used to select sixteen drivers (mainly based on the number of races earned). These are then ranked according to this criterion. The last ten races: these sixteen pilots will fight between them for the coronation. The same number of points is assigned to them before the first race. In this number of points is added a bonus based on the number of races earned during the first season part. This second part was referred to as Chase for The Cup (or Chase that can be translated by the cup hunting). Since 2018 we talk about playoffs. The series are very established in the southeastern United States, with half of the races taking place there. The other races are spread over the rest of the United States. In the past, some races were run in Canada and exhibition races in Japan and Australia. The most prestigious race, the Daytona 500 has had a television hearing of about 16 million US viewers in 2009
In the 2nd round of the DFB Cup, today the second league duel between Dynamo Dresden and FC St. Pauli. Here you can follow the game from the discussion to a possible penalty shootout in the live ticker.
Dynamo Dresden and the FC St. Pauli are fighting for the follow-up finale of the DFB Cup today. St. Pauli continues his winning streak in the cup? In our Liveticker you are always up to date.
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Dynamo Dresden vs. St. Pauli: 2. Round in the DFB Cup today in the LiveTicker - before starting
Before starting: The FC St. Pauli comes as a league leader of the 2nd Bundesliga to the cup game to Dresden. The Kietzkicker brought 15 points from the past five second ligament games, three of them on 3 October by a 3-0 against Dresden. Dynamo is twelve slipped after three defeats in series on table space. The trend today speaks clearly for St. Pauli - but the trophy has its own laws!
Before starting: The pokal duel of the two second divisions is spoiled at 18.30 in the Rudolf-Harbig Stadium in Dresden.
Before starting: Hello and welcome to the Livetick of the game in the 2nd round of the DFB Cup between Dynamo Dresden and FC St. Pauli.
Dynamo Dresden vs. St. Pauli: 2. Round in the DFB Cup today in the Liveticker - Expected listings
Dresden: Broll - Akoto, Sollbert, Aidonis - Becker, Strong, Herrmann, Lion - Mörschel - Schröter, Darner ST. Pauli: SMarsch - Zander, Medic, Lawrence, Ritzka - Aremu - Becker, Hartel - Kyereh - Dittgen, Burgstaller
Dynamo Dresden vs. St. Pauli: 2. Round in the DFB Cup today live on TV and Livestream
Sky transmits all games of the DFB Cup live this season and is now exclusively responsible for transferring Dresden vs. St. Pauli. The single game with Hannes Herrmann as commentator runs from 6 pm on SKY Sport 4 (HD). On SKY Sport 2 (HD) You can watch the game as part of the Cup Conference, which starts live at 6 pm.
Single game and conference are also shown in the LiveStream. If you want to access it, you need either the app SKYGO (existing customers) or a paid SKYTICKET.
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DFB Cup: The 2nd round on Wednesday at a glance
Date | Time | Home | Abroad --- | --- | --- |- Wednesday, October 27 | 18.30 Waldhof Mannheim | Union Berlin Wednesday, October 27 | 18.30 VfL Bochum | FC Augsburg Wednesday, October 27 | 18.30 Dynamo Dresden | FC St. Pauli Wednesday, October 27 | 18.30 Bayer Leverkusen | Karlsruher SC Wednesday, October 27 | 20.45 Hannover 96 | Fortuna Dusseldorf Wednesday, October 27 | 20.45 Borussia Mönchengladbach | Bayern Munich Wednesday, October 27 | 20.45 SSV Jahn Regensburg | Hansa Rostock Wednesday, October 27 | 20.45 VfB Stuttgart | 1. FC Cologne
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