This is really a no-brainer. He's already won the Truck and Nationwide races this weekend, and he's good at Dover. The chances of him getting the sweep and officially locking himself into the Chase are very good.
Vickers has run well at Dover in the past, and he's been strong this weekend throughout practice and qualifying. After qualifying ninth, he won't have far to go to find the lead.
Logano is always strong at Dover, but usually it's in the Nationwide Series. Coming into the weekend, he had won the last four Dover Nationwide races, so he knows how to get around this place. He qualified third, and I expect him to stay up front all day.
Larson has really impressed everyone in his rookie season so far. He has run a lot better than many expected at most of the tough tracks on the schedule, and Dover is just another one to check off that list. He ran well in Saturday's Nationwide race, and he qualified fifth for the race on Sunday.
My pick to win the FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks: Kyle Busch
|Kyle Busch celebrates his victory in the Nationwide race. Could he sweep the weekend by winning on Sunday? (Photo courtesy Sean Gardner/Getty Images)|