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Chris Buescher – Chris Buescher has been a low-twenties driver in both races this year at 1.5 mile tracks. He finished 24th at Atlanta and 23rd at Las Vegas. Performance wise I think he’ll likely be a low-twenties driver again. This year at 1.5 mile tracks both JTG Daugherty Racing entries have finished between 23rd and 26th every race. Last year at Kentucky which had a fresh surface and the lowest down force package was used Chris Buescher ran well and showed solid potential until he wrecked. (Yahoo B Driver)

Michael McDowell – Michael McDowell can sneak in good results from time to time. In first races at essentially new tracks like Texas this weekend the chances for “goofy things” sky rockets. Las Vegas is the most similar track visited this year and McDowell was solid there, given his tier. He finished 18th and had a 23rd place average running position. From a performance perspective at Texas I think he might be able to sneak in a low to mid-twenties finish. (Yahoo C Driver)

Landon Cassill – Landon Cassill is a solid driver at 1.5 mile tracks given his tier. This year at 1.5 mile tracks he’s finished in the twenties both events. He finished 22nd at Atlanta and 27th at Las Vegas. Las Vegas will have a higher level of correlation and at that venue in addition to finishing 27th he had a 29th place average running position and earned the 29th best driver rating. At Texas I would look for him to be a mid-twenties driver if things go smoothly. (Yahoo C Driver)

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