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everyone ot there has some good thoughts. just to put mine in, i will make some more detailed predictions later, but johnson and edwards will more than likely dominate. kyle will get a few, jr. will be relevant again, logano will be ensured by nascar calls to win roty, maybe even a race. he just needs to show some patientce and finish some races near the front first for me to be convinced. i actually am pulling for speed to win roty, but i know who the sport will allow to win. yes stremme could win, more than likely on a flat track like pocono, louden, or phoenix. for your longshot of the year go with ambrose on a road course, more than likely watkins glen. robby's manufacturer change MIGHT get him in the top-30. lol. Look for biffle in the 500 to start us off. let's go racing, and go #18.
Interesting comments, but we are all looking at the obvious drivers. Kyle was the one big suprise from last year, who will that be for 2009? Certainly BD's prediction of Stremme winning a race fits that bill. I see David Ragan, getting over the hump and into the winners circle.
Well, it’s that time of the year again. The roar of the engines is filling the air in Daytona. The NASCAR sprint cup series is ready to kick off another season. And I’m getting ready to humiliate myself again by predicting the winner of every race. Last season I got two whole races right. I picked Jimmie Johnson at Phoenix in the spring, and repeated the exercise in the fall. So on that note, I have a lot of room to improve. Here goes nothing.
Bud Shootout- Carl Edwards shows new plate racing skills.
Daytona 500- Kasey Kahne new teammates help out.
Auto Club 500- Clint Bowyer gets first intermediate win.
Shelby 427- Carl Edwards back to back in Vegas
Kobalt Tools 500- Kasey Kahne picks up his second Atlanta win.
Food City 500- Jimmie Johnson survives Bristol.
Goody’s Fast Relief 500- Jeff Burton wins in his home state.
Samsung 500- Kyle Busch slow starter this season.
Subway Fresh Fit 500- Denny Hamlin likes the flat tracks.
Aaron’s 499- Carl Edwards looking at home on the plate tracks.
Crown Royal YNH 400- Kyle Busch finishes the job at Richmond.
Southern 500- Jeff Gordon finally breaks the streak.
Sprint All-Star Race- Juan Pablo Montoya, ha ha ha! Sorry couldn’t resist.
Coca Cola 600- Kasey Kahne wins second consecutive 600.
Dover 400- Jeff Gordon back on track again.
Pocono 500- Kevin Harvick gets first career Pocono win.
Lifelock 400- Kyle Busch wins Michigan.
Toyota Savemart 350- David Gilliand was second last season, give him a chance here.
Lenox Industrial tools 301- Kasey Kahne is having a great season.
Coke Zero 400- Clint Bowyer wins at Daytona.
Lifelock.com 400- David Ragan finally breaks through into the win column.
Allstate 400 @the Brickyard- Juan Pablo Montoya becomes the first to win at Indy in three different series.
Pennsylvania 500- Kasey Kahne is on fire this summer.
Centurion Boats @ the Glen- Clint Bowyer is winning on every type
Michigan 400- Kyle Busch sweeps the Michigan races.
Sharpie 500- Kyle Busch finishes the deal in Bristol.
Pep Boys Auto 500- Carl Edwards flips over an Atlanta victory.
Chevy Rock & Roll 400- Kasey Kahne rolls into the chase in 2009.
Sylvania 300- Greg Biffle starts chase off strong again.
Dover 400- Jimmie Johnson shows up to the party again.
Kansas 400- Greg Biffle has won here before.
Pepsi 500- Dale Earnhardt Jr. okay I picked him to finally win one.
Bank Of America 500- Jeff Burton won this race last season.
Tums Fast Relief 500- Kyle Busch gets fired up for a win on the paperclip.
Talladega 500- Dale Earnhardt Jr. at Dega. ‘nuff said.
Dickies 500- Kevin Harvick finally returns to victory lane.
Checker auto parts 500- Jeff Burton finishing up strong for RCR.
Ford 400- Jimmie Johnson does it again in winning fashion.
The final standings.
1. Jimmie Johnson gets his record setting fourth straight title.
2. Kyle Busch
3. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
4. Jeff Gordon
5. Matt Kenseth
6. Jeff Burton
7. Carl Edwards
8. Denny Hamlin
9. Kasey Kahne
10. Greg Biffle
11. Clint Bowyer
12. Kevin Harvick
13. David Ragan just misses the chase again.
Well, those are my guesses. I guess we’ll see together. Let’s go racin’ boys!
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