NASCAR at Michigan: Odds, prediction, sleepers, drivers to watch for FireKeepers Casino 400

Is this week Joey Logano gets his first win since this season’s third week? It certainly has a chance to function as he enjoys Michigan International Speedway and the speeds presented in the intermediate course. Logano has finished in the top 10 12. He has won twice in that span and has finished in the top 3 four times. The problem for your Team Penske driver is there are loads of competitors who like Michigan, also, as Kyle Busch has a win and has finished in the top 10 in four consecutive trips there, Kevin Harvick has two wins, is the defending champion and has finished in the top 5 at five of his past seven races in Michigan and Brad Keselowski has eight top 10s in his last 10 races there, although he has yet to come off with a win. Logano enjoys Michigan, but it is difficult to deny what Busch is currently performing . Coming from a win last week he has four on the year, and also for what it’s worth, in the previous five decades, when Busch is given the opportunity to earn successes in fourteen days, he has pulled off it 29.2percent of their time (7 to 24). He’ll be tough to beat, but we’ll go with the likelihood we’ll select Logano to locate the winner’s circle for the second time this year that Busch doesn’t win following a success about 71% of the time. The FireKeepers Casino 400 could be viewed Sunday at 2 p.m. ET on FS1. Read more here:

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