My #5 pick is the 2nd winning-est driver here, #48 Jimmie Johnson.  Jimmie has 14 starts, four wins and five Top 5’s. His last win was in 2012. We know he is locked into the “Chase” so Jimmie can do some wild gambling on pit road toward the end of the race in search of another win or at least another Top 5 finish.

My #4 pick is #1 hottest over the last six weeks, #2 Brad Keselowski. Brad has six starts, no win’s and no Top 5’s. Brad likes the tracks without much banking and he is #3 rated for me on this flat type of track. Brad currently sits #2 in points.

The #3 driver to watch has gotten very good here in his last two stops, #22 Joey Logano. Joey has seven starts, no wins and two Top’s 5’s. Joey’s two Top 5’s came in the last two stops including a second place finish last year.

My #2 pick is a former winner here, #4 Kevin Harvick. Kevin has scored more points than anyone else this year and has been a factor at the end of a race more than any other driver. He has 15 starts, one win and five Top 5’s. He is my #1 rated flat track driver and #4 hottest over the last six weeks.

My #1 pick is the defending champion of this race, #18 Kyle Busch. Kyle comes in pretty confident getting the win last year, in fact three of his last four starts were second place or better. Kyle has a total of 11 starts, last year’s win and four Top 5’s.


Monday look for our preview of the Pennsylvania 400 from Pocano Raceway.









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