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What To Watch For:This Weekend

SPRINT CUP

What To Watch For: Jimmie Johnson is a monster at the ‘Monster Mile.’ With nine victories at the one-mile venue, he looks to become the fifth driver with 10 or more wins at a single track. … Dover will signal the halfway point of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ 26-race regular season. Open spots in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup playoffs are dwindling, fast. … Jeff Gordon remains winless in his final full-time season. But, his last win came at Dover during last year’s Chase.

 XFINITY

What To Watch For: Dover hosts the opener in the NASCAR XFINITY Series Dash 4 Cash. The top finisher among championship contenders Ty Dillon, Regan Smith, Darrell Wallace Jr. and Daniel Suarez will win $100,000. … Chris Buescher saw his points lead cut in half at Charlotte, from eight going into Charlotte to the current cushion of four. Dillon, who held the points lead after six of the 11 races this season, is second.

CAMPINGWORLD TRUCKS

What To Watch For: NASCAR’s future will be on display Friday evening, as four NASCAR Next drivers will compete – Cole Custer, Austin Hill, John Hunter Nemechek and Jesse Little, who will make his national series debut. … Erik Jones, himself a NASCAR Next alum, aims for his first victory of 2015. Jones has led the most laps in each of the last two races (Kansas and Charlotte), but was a hard-luck loser in both. … Kyle Busch, who is not entered, has won the last two Dover races.

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05/28/2015 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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