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 2011 Verizon 300 @ Salem Predictions

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PostSubject: 2011 Verizon 300 @ Salem Predictions   Wed Sep 28, 2011 9:44 pm

Drivers to contend:

1) #24 - Greg Sauer. Mind you, the last time he raced here was the first season of 2009, but he also finished third that day. The driver/owner has always seemed to really excel on tracks where heavy braking is required. Given that, just looking at this place should invoke two words from his fans: AND HOW.

2) #13 - Fred Ritcher. Eight weekends into the year, "Who Else?" is looking a lot like the Fred Ritcher of the late '90s and early 2000s. But you probably already knew that. While his past results here have been sporadic (23rd and 3rd in 2009 S1 and 2010), we'd all be shocked if his hot streak didn't continue into this race.

3) #87 - Mikael Carter. After falling into a bit of a slump the last few years, Carter, like his more experienced teammate, is arguably experiencing a return to form. Let's not forget that at the only other short-track race this season, at South Boston, he finished a respectable first.

Dark horses:

1) #25 - Siam Rossini. Call me crazy, but the woman currently 60th in points did finish tenth here as a rookie, and what's more, she appears to be backing that up so far this weekend, having already nearly won the qualifying race and posting at least a top-15 time in both practices.

2) #54 - Jerry Richson. Led EVERY LAP of the qualifying race, invoking memories of Fred Jones' winning performance here back in 2009 in which he did precisely the same thing. Is it a sign?

3) #15 - Will Legge. His win at Calgary has at least proven that bringing him into Ovota Motorsports wasn't that bad of a move at all. It'll be interesting to see if the #15 bunch can ride the momentum.

Drivers to falter:

1) #26 - Jalen Scransen: If he keeps his nose out of trouble this time around, he'll have a chance to score a good finish. But the past two events here are no indicator of that.

2) #19 - Allen Reeds. Anyone who was ever a fan of AARO knows all too well that old Allen was never a fan of this track in the glory days, finishing 25th or worse in almost half his races here. In fact, that didn't change with age, as he came home 41st two years ago.

3) #16 - Justin Pisani. 18th and 20th here his last two outings is nothing to scoff at, but nothing to brag about either.

Lead Changes: 5
Caution Flags: 7
Pass for Win: Lap 60

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