As expected, last week was not a great one for its Cheat Sheet accuracy. Aero-restricted superspeedways are amazingly tough to forecast and the three races at Daytona International Speedway and Talladega Superspeedway this year are the least true with a wide margin. Then again, the same was true last year — and in actuality, the 2019 edition of the Coke Zero Sugar 400 has been 3.5 positions greater than in 2018.
With no limited paths, the cheat sheet accuracy is better than six positions from perfect on average. More importantly, several of those 1.5-mile monitors have featured some of our finest predictions with Las Vegas Motor Speedway topping the chart at 3.62 from perfect. Atlanta was one of the races using a variance of approximately five.
1. Martin Truex Jr..
Truex has dominated this track in the past two years with a sweep of four Stages and back race wins at Kentucky Speedway.
2. Joey Logano
Unless this group experiments exceptionally or makes a mistake in the pits, Logano should be an easy pick to evaluate a top-five. His last two attempts on 1.5-milers ended in another at Charlotte and next in Chicagoland.
3. Brad Keselowski
With the exception of accidents in 2017 and 2013, Keselowski has been perfect at Kentucky. The league is there led by his three wins.
4. Kyle Busch
Busch isn’t immune to issue on the 1.5-mile tracks. Two of the last few efforts on those ended beyond the top 20 in results.
5. Kevin Harvick
This might be the week Harvick reverses his luck. In eight tries at Kentucky he has gotten progressively better and he scored his first top-five there past year.
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