NASCAR at Watkins Glen: Vegas odds, fantasy advice, prediction, sleepers, drivers to watch
The Big 3 will appear to keep their dominance as NASCAR heads into the next road-course race of the year: the GoBowling at the Glen 220.
Even though Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick and Martin Truex Jr. are understandably the favorites once more, on this 2.45-mile monitor at Watkins Glen there are bound to be a few drivers, that you might not anticipate, threatening the leaders.
AJ Allmendinger has only two top-10 finishes this season, but using four top-10s in his past five races at the Glen such as a triumph in 2014, he will be at or near the top all day as his competitive nature plays well on those road courses – even when Watkins Glen is not as technically challenging as Sonoma.
Denny Hamlin may not be the same sort of sleeper selection as Allmendinger, but with five top-10 finishes – including four in the top 5 in his past five road-course races – that the 37-year-old needs to be optimistic he could catch his first win of the season in New York on Sunday.