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Ford 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway Preview

Posted by chadmusselman on November 14, 2008

The final race of the season! It looks like Jimmie has the championship all but wrapped up. We’ll see if Carl can make any noise and at least make the points gap smaller.

My team this week:

Chaser: Jimmie Johnson
Jimmie is the man, winning three championships in a row. How can you get any better than that! He’s also done very well in Homestead finishing in the top 10 in 3 of the last 4 races here, and 5 times in his 7 career races.

Alternate Chaser: Kevin Harvick
Kevin has finished in the top 10 at Homestead in the last three races here, and 5 times in the last 7. He has not won here, but does have an average finish of 10.1 which is pretty impressive.

Martin Truex Jr.
A 2nd and 6th place finish in the last two races at Homestead are pretty good for Martin in only 3 career races. He’s averaging a 13.3 place finish here, so he’s a good bet to finish in the top 10 this weekend.

Mark Martin
Mark is solid at every track, and Homestead is no exception. He averages a 12th place finish with 5 top 10s in 9 career races here.

Darkhorse: Kurt Busch
My, how the mighty have fallen. Not long ago Kurt Busch was a top notch driver that could win any race. Now he’s my dark horse pick. He’s finished 2nd in this race last year and needs to have a good run to end the season. I think he can do it to get some momentum for 2009.

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