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NASCAR picks are our specialty here at Cappers Info, and we’re set to bring you the best on the track this week for the Ford 400!
NASCAR Preview: Ford 400
Date: Sunday, November 20th, 3:15 ET
Location: Homestead-Miami Speedway, Homestead, FL
Television Coverage: ESPN
Carl Edwards (5 to 1 Odds To Win Ford 400 at JustBet): Right now, Edwards holds the slim lead in the NASCAR Sprint Cup standings, but he knows that even second place might make him second best on the day if “Smoke” takes the checkered flag at Homestead. To Edwards’ credit, in virtually every race in the Chase, he has led at least one lap, and in virtually every race, he has been right there in the final discussion going into the last turns. With a tad more luck, this Chase could have already been put away. That being said, the No. 99 started off the season as the best car, and it opened up a huge lead in the points standings with consistent finishes. There weren’t many wins (just one, in fact), but Edwards always seemed to get the job done. By hook or by crook, this could be his day for glory all the way around.
Tony Stewart (5 to 1 Odds To Win Ford 400 at JustBet): And then there’s “Smoke,” who just won’t go away. He’s more or less the “bad boy” in this competition, but he has the results to back it up. With a win here at Homestead, something that hasn’t happened for him since the first two years that the track was open in 1999 and 2000, Stewart would have won half of the races in the Chase for the Championship. Not even Jimmie Johnson, who will be giving up his title after five consecutive years on top once this race is over, was able to say that at any point. Stewart definitely has the hot hand if you believe in that type of mojo, and 5 to 1 seems to be a generous price on the driver that has been “smoking” the rest of the field of late.
Jimmie Johnson (11 to 1 Odds To Win Ford 400 at JustBet): JJ isn’t going to win the Sprint Cup again this year, and he is probably going to finish right on the cusp of the Top 5. It has been a frustrating Chase to say the least for the No. 48 Lowes Chevy, even though there is one win at the Hollywood Casino 400 to show for his work to go with two second place finishes. Johnson is used to celebrating on this track, and though he won’t be awarded the ultimate prize in NASCAR, a bubbly bath after taking the checkered flag in the final race of the year would be a respectable consolation for the time being.