NASCAR at Bristol: Odds, prediction, sleepers, drivers to watch for Food City 500

NASCAR is taking a tiny break in the paths over the upcoming few weeks, and this weekend’s event heads to the half-mile venue at Bristol Motor Speedway.

While the racing will soon be shifting up a bit at the moment, the storylines stay virtually the same: Kyle Busch has had one of the best cars weekly, Kevin Harvick is still searching for his first win and Brad Keselowski and Denny Hamlin will probably be lurking for their third victories. The past is the past, however, and Busch has all the history at Bristol Motor Speedway, with seven career wins at the trail with 10 5s and 15 top 10s to his title there. He won last year’s race and will be looking for his third win, however it should be noted he’s crushed in Bristol in three of his last eight races, therefore there is some risk here.

Harvick has become the very best concerning consistency lately, although Hamlin and keselowski do have the same track record as Busch at the track. He has just two wins there and hasn’t finished outside the top 10.

History says the triumph should be factored into by him, but he only has not quite had the car to win and that can’t be dismissed. So until Harvick demonstrates he can find a win it’s really hard to predict him making it into victory lane.

We are going with Busch again since he loves Bristol, has got the car and has factored into the final laps at each race he’s been in this season by the Cup Series on to the Trucks.

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