After a crazy opening race to the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs at Las Vegas last weekend, it’s looking like Round 1 might be the one with the most surprises. This weekend we’re at Richmond Raceway for the final Saturday night race of the season, and one that we could see some bumping and banging at. Richmond is a 0.75-mile D-shaped oval that races like an intermediate oval despite being a shorter, flat track. When we ran here back in March, it was pole sitter Martin Truex, Jr. that led the most laps (121 of 402) but it was Kyle Busch that ended up in victory lane after starting way back in 32nd. Right now we have Brad Keselowski with three wins in a row, and Ford with five wins in a row. Will those streaks be broken this weekend?