The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series makes a return trip to Michigan for the Pure Michigan 400.
Since the last race at Michigan in June, the Sprint Cup Series has raced at a superspeedway, three flat racetracks, a cookie-cutter racetrack and two road course racetracks. The drivers who have momentum now may not dominate the race at Michigan since the racetrack is so different from what the Series has raced on recently.
Michigan is a 2-mile D-shaped racetrack. The only other racetrack like it is Auto Club Speedway. Drivers who performed well in June at Michigan will have a good opportunity to perform well on Sunday.
Roush Fenway Racing has always been good at Michigan. It was no different in the June race. Carl Edwards started on the pole and Greg Biffle won the race. Consider all Roush Fenway Racing drivers for your team this week.(Read More)