Saturday, June 30, 2012

Two down, One to Go! My Pick of the Week

    Two NASCAR races are already finished at Kentucky. Both where won in dominating fashion, and today someone could do the same. James Buscher won the Camp World Truck Series race, and Austin Dillon last year's CWTS champion won his first Nationwide race driving the No. 3 Bass Pro Shop machine. Dillion led 192 of the 200 laps, but his win is not without controversy after his car failed post-race inspection. His car's rear end was higher than the allowable tolerance, and NASCAR said they would give a decision on any penalties at the first of the week. Look for there not to be many cautions tonight once again for the Quaker State 400. Track position will be the key tonight to winning the race, the winner will more than likely come from the top 10. Greg Biffle and Matt Kenseth both start outside the top 10 and will possibly have to work hard just to finish in the top 10; while Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson, and Dale Jr. all look strong for Hendrick in practice and qualifying. Expect an Hendrick to be in victory lane tonight in the Bluegrass state. Momentum and confidence is everything right now in NASCAR.

My Pick: Dale Earnhardt Jr.

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