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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 TUMS Fast Relief 500!
NASCAR Preview: TUMS Fast Relief 500
Date: Sunday, October 30th, 1:43 ET
Location: Martinsville Speedway, Ridgeway, VA
Television Coverage: ESPN
Denny Hamlin (6 to 1 Odds To Win Martinsville 500 at JustBet): We’re going to go with a heck of a lot of chalk this week, as we tend to think on these short tracks, that there are a few drivers that have a real advantage. Hamlin is one of the favorites of the bunch, and for good reason. He broke the hex of Hendrick Motorsports in this race (though we’ll talk plenty about Hendrick in a minute), winning in 2009 and 2010. Hamlin knows that this is his last stand to try to get back in the Chase for the Sprint Cup, and even then, he is probably finished. Closing 84 points on Carl Edwards in just four races really just isn’t going to happen.
Jimmie Johnson (6 to 1 Odds To Win Martinsville 500 at JustBet): Speaking of Hendrick Motorsports… Johnson had won three of these races in a row before losing out in each of the last two seasons. We keep waiting for him to turn on the jets and to get back in the Chase for the Sprint Cup, but we just don’t know if this horse has a kick coming at the wire or not. He is probably four Top 5 finishes away from even remotely having a chance of getting the job done, as he is 50 points back and is losing ground quickly. JJ also has six drivers that he has to hop. Still, we’re not counting Johnson out until the fat lady sings after winning five straight titles, so we’ll back him in this one at Martinsville.
Jeff Gordon (7 to 1 Odds To Win Martinsville 500 at JustBet): And then there’s the Rainbow Warrior… Gordon has won this race four times in the past himself, though it has been quite a few years since the No. 24 DuPont Chevy has made it to Victory Lane. Gordon has had a frustrating Chase for the Sprint Cup, and he is right there with Hamlin at the back of the Chase. However, he has the ability to at least add a smile to the faces of his fans even though he has clearly played second fiddle to Johnson on his own team for all these years. Gordon has had all sorts of short track success over the years, and he could add another ‘W’ to his mantle this week at Martinsville.