NASCAR: 5 predictions for the 2018 Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway

What better way to fend off silly retirement rumors than to take the No. Now, Kahne is in position to tackle Bristol again without a deep fear of missing the Chase. View all NHL Sites. View all CBB Sites. Search form

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Kyle has won there five times, led nearly 2, laps and posted 13 top finishes in 23 starts. Kurt Busch may be a much better bet top tier in some leagues, middle tier in others. Busch has four top runs in his last five starts at Bristol although a crash left him 38th last August. Roush Fenway Racing, for all its faults has a great Bristol track record as of late. Trevor Bayne has three straight top 15s, including a fifth at Thunder Valley last spring and has looked much improved in Can Matt DiBenedetto do it again?

You know how Matt Kenseth has been in the news? What better way to fend off silly retirement rumors than to take the No. After a tough start for Toyota this season, Kenseth raises eyebrows and scores a huge upset in the midst of a rain-filled Food City Skip to main content. Matt Kenseth A rumor, percent false, went around the past few weeks Kenseth was retiring. The node you're attempting to unmount was rendered by React and is not a top-level container.

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React injected new markup to compensate which works but you have lost many of the benefits of server rendering. C-List pick two, start one Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Stenhouse has a single Bristol Sprint Cup start to his name, and the 16th-place finish was plenty respectable. It's reasonable to think that the rookie, with even more experience in the Cup Series from that first Bristol start in March, could match or better that result Saturday. After all, the track hasn't vexed Stenhouse in the Nationwide Series.

Last season, he was sixth and second in two Nationwide events and led laps. Of course, Stenhouse remains attractive in the C-List because of the overall dearth of great talent. Perhaps Bristol could give Stenhouse his first career Cup Series top 10? It was just last year that Mears remarkably won the pole for the Bristol Night Race. Better yet, he finished 15th in the spring Bristol event to continue a four-race streak where he's finished better than 25th at the track. That's largely due to Bristol being really a perfect event — aside from the restrictor plate tracks, of course — for a team like Germain Racing with limited technical resources to score an unexpectedly strong result.

They just simply don't need the aerodynamic package or other "go-fast" elements held by the deep-pocketed teams. If Mears just keeps it straight and maintains track position, things may well work out. Follow Geoffrey Miller on Twitter: Skip to main content.