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With Vickers having missed so many races the past couple seasons, it's hard for me to make good comparisons based on recent performances. However, last year, in The Gen 6 car - which some drivers took to better than others - Jamie Mac had two top 10s at MV, with an average finish of 9, while Vickers finished 11th in his only start there. Since 2011, MV has been Jamie's 3rd best track, with an average finish of 16; while it has been Vicker's 10th best track, with an average finish of 17. BUT - if you look at only the last two years, Jamie's average finish is 12th in four races, and Brian's 12th in three races (he missed one that Jamie ran). Currently, Jamie is 12th in points, and Brian is 13th - each with 5 starts and 2 top 10's. So - statistically, what you have is - as you said - a coin toss, LOL....Jamie DID finish 10th at Phoenix, though - while Brian finished 25th....so, I guess it depends on if you feel you should start-save in the B group at all this year - if so, Jamie seems like a real good chance at a start save. Otherwise, go with your gut.
I'm going Jamie and Denny - but Vickers isn't on my roster - To tell the truth, I don't know which I would choose if he was.
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