For the second week in a row the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads into somewhat unfamiliar territory with Sunday’s Quicken Loans 400 at Michigan International Speedway. This week marks the second track in a row that the series will race on that has undergone a recent repaving. Teams got a sneak peek with a testing session at the 2.0 mile oval near Detroit in April and speeds were reportedly nearing 215 miles per hour.
While it will be fast, when the green flag falls Sunday there could still be a lot of uncertainty.
Detroit is of course home to the large automakers and this week the three favorites just happen to represent three different makes; Toyota, Chevy and Ford. MORE>>>
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