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Driver Recommendations for 2009 AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway

Posted by chadmusselman on September 21, 2009

Dover International Speedway, the Monster Mile, hosts the second Chase race. The old man, Mark Martin, was impressive last week, and has kept his points lead. Will he rack up another win this week?

This Week’s Recommendations:

Chaser: Greg Biffle
Greg has been excellent at Dover, and has done well in the last 5 races. At Dover he has the 4th best average finish (10.6) and 7 consecutive top ten finishes. Is that amazing or what? For his career he has 2 wins, 6 top fives and 9 top tens in 14 races. Oh, and he’s averaging a 11.2 place finish over the last 5 races, good enough for 7th best.

Alternate Chaser: Mark Martin
The old man can still get it done, and he can really get it done at Dover. His 4 wins here are tied for best among active drivers. In is 46 career races here he has 21 top fives and 29 top tens to go with the 4 wins. His average finish of 12.7 is 7th best at Dover, and over his last 5 races Mark has the 3rd best average finish at 8.6. It’ll be tough to not put Mark on your fantasy team this week.

Matt Kenseth
I know, Matt disappointed us last week with a 23rd place finish, but don’t give up on him yet. He has 6 top tens in the last 7 races at Dover. For his career he has 13 top tens in 21 races. Matt is too good to have two bad weeks in a row, right? Yes, he is, so put him on your team.

Kyle Busch
Kyle has been hot lately, averaging a 9.4 finish in his last 5 races. His overall stats at Dover aren’t that impressive, but he does have a win and 5 top fives in 9 career races. If he can finish the race, he should be running up front and content for a top five finish.

Darkhorse: Jeff Burton
Jeff has had a very unspectacular year, and his last top 10 was in Pocono back in June, which means he’s way past due for a good run. He does have 3 top tens in the last 4 races at Dover, and 13 career top tens, so don’t count him out. He may be a good driver to put on your team that others won’t have.

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