From the endless 600 mile race in Charlotte on Memorial Day weekend NASCAR The planners have decided to give the best drivers in the world a little corner this week.
Hello, Napa Valley, California, and a little bit of road racing at Sonoma Raceway.
The Toyota SaveMart 350 on Sunday (4 p.m. ET, FS1) offers a completely different challenge for the world’s best drivers. Instead of racing around the oval, the twists and turns of the street circuit – including the infamous “Carousel” – make Sonoma a whole different test.
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Here’s a look at the questions for Sunday’s race, plus some notes on each.
Reddick might be the guy who flies the most under the radar of all of them on this list. He has finished in the top 10 in seven of his last nine races and has really moved up for Richard Childress Racing. Logano might be the most popular choice, but Reddick might be the smartest.
We’re still waiting for Hamlin – who is currently leading the scoring even though he hasn’t won this year – to break through in one of those races. This could be a good place for him, with a car that has obviously performed well all year round, even without the checkered flag.
After seeing Larson last week, it was fashionable to choose him and feel good about yourself. This time we play the contrarian and stay away. Instead, we stick with Elliott, who has won five of the last six–Street courses. Truex is the other guy to watch at this point.
How many Chevys make it into the top 10 of Stage 2?
The options: 0-3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 or more
This is a tough question as Sonoma didn’t have a race last year due to the pandemic. As a result, some of the information and data that would be used could be a little out of date. Still, Chevy has struggled with five in the top 10 finishers since its dominance at Sonoma in 2016. Just one thing to note.
Which team wins phase 2?
The options: Hendrick Motorsports, Team Penske, Joe Gibbs Racing, Stewart-Haas Racing, Tie, others
Hendrick currently has three of the top four drivers in the Cup’s overall standings and has done really well over the past few weeks. Sometimes it is good to make the obvious choice. That would be the obvious choice.
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