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Kentucky Speedway: 5 Hot Picks to Win the Quaker State 400

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads for the second round of racing on the rough 1.5-mile track that many drivers enjoy racing on, but some rule changes and lack of notes may change the game for Chase contenders. With the 2011 Quaker State 400 being the first Cup race on this track that opened in 2000, teams don't have a significant log of notes to fall back on for car setups. NASCAR has raised the side skirts on the cars once again in hopes of increasing the side-by-side racing. The rules on the use of the rear sway bars in the suspension have also changed which may be problematic for some top teams. All three of NASCAR's top series are racing at Kentucky Speedway. It just may be that the drivers who have the most experie...

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