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Good questions, Benny - wish I had a crystal ball so I could look into the future and know!
I'm guessing thet Kyle will put everything he has into winning this race....question is, will he "hero or zero"? BUT, on the other hand, I think Addington will try to get him to take points into consideration, so he might race smarter....
....I'm most likely putting Kes on my roster....then watching him carefully in practice and qualifying....
umm, the 26th is Indy dude...
Check out AJ's finishing stats for a C driver
I think smoke is the dude to beat here, not just with momentum but also with the numbers. Harvick and Kenseth have historically done well here too. Kyle Busch leads a lot of laps, but it's going to depend on his attitude after last week i bet. Maybe Addington can keep Kyles head in it. Oh yeah, the paint scheme of the 18 will be a big deciding factor in Kyles performance too, right JGP?
I am going to have JJ and Harvick in group A. I will probably end up using JJ but as a Harvick fan, I still have faith in the team to run well. If they look good in practice and qualifying, I may start him. Besides, this is his best 1.5 mile track.
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Hook, while I have not yet seem the Daytona race (have to wait for Wednesday), it looks like RCR had found something in their cars at Loudon. They are snake-bit this year, to be sure. But, bad luck aside, they have also had poorer-perfrming cars.
Now thet they are catching up with their cars - at least, it seems like - the bad luck might disappear. If Harvick qualifies well, it will be an indicator thet he might really pull through at Chicagoland.
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