There is not any other track in NASCAR like Dover International Speedway. The one-mile concrete monitor in Delaware has high banks and several grooves like Bristol’s half-mile design but with high-banked straightaways.
If Jimmie Johnson wins Sunday, then he will join Hall of Famers Richard Petty and Darrell Waltrip as the sole three Cup Series drivers to win 11 or more races in one track. In addition, he asserts the series-best driver evaluation (118.3) and typical running posture (7.8) in the Monster Mile.
Kyle Busch, our pick to win, is also on the point of history. He wants to direct 59 laps to become the 11th Cup Series driver to lead 13,000 or more laps in his profession. Busch led 102 laps in a runner-up showing at Dover last fall and is beginning to heat up by finishing second (Charlotte), fifth (Kansas) and next (Talladega) in his last 3 races with 48 laps in each race.
Martin Truex Jr. leads the Cup Series in average running position (7.3), motorist evaluation (113.3), fastest laps run (403) and laps led (769). Last fall, he won at Dover.
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It’s no surprise that the trio of veterans are among the favorites to win Sunday (1 p.m. ET, Fox Sports 1).
Which are the Las Vegas odds for the race in Dover?
Here are the race chances according:
11-2, kevin Harvick 11-2, kyle Busch 6-1, jimmie Johnson Martin Truex Jr.
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