Brad Keselowski, going off at Foxwoods odds and not one of the top Vegas favorites, makes a strong run at the checkered flag. He has averaged a top finish at this track in his career and won at New Hampshire in Ryan Blaney, a top Vegas favorite with New Hampshire odds, finishes outside the top 10, according to the model. The model also says two drivers going off with NASCAR at New Hampshire odds of or longer will make a serious run at the checkered flag, including a monster long shot.
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There are only two drivers who have earned season sweeps at NHMS: Jimmie Johnson in '03 and Kurt Busch in ' Of the 31 races held in New Hampshire there have been 20 different winners, but only four winners have come from the pole. Finally, Jeff Burton owns four victories, good for most at New Hampshire of all active drivers.
Ten races are designed to decide the winner of the Sprint Cup -- the top drivers have all been awarded 5, points. Without the points reset and under the old system Kevin Harvick would have 3, points, good enough for first and points in front of Kyle Busch. Drivers were awarded 10 bonus points per regular season win.
Denny Hamlin will start in the lead-despite never leading in the Sprint Cup standings in and finishing 10th in the regular season-with 60 points, 10 points ahead of Johnson, who finished the regular season seventh. Thankfully, you can bet that all 12 drivers will go all-out on Sunday. And don't forget, however unlikely, there are 31 other drivers who would love to beat a Chaser as well. Carl Edwards, my pick at the beginning of the season to win the Chase, has been the most consistent driver during the past 10 races of the regular season.
I keep expecting that his next race will be the one we see the back flip, and each week I have been disappointed. Speaking of Sunday, no driver in the Chase is better at New Hampshire than Hamlin, who boasts an impressive 8. Johnson brought his back-up chassis, No.