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The Nationwide Series is back on track this weekend in Richmond and you can probably take a guess as to who is going to be the favorite to win the ToyotaCare 250. Kyle Busch is back in the No. 54 Monster Energy Toyota and after winning two thirds of the Nationwide Series races already this season; he is definitely a fan favorite for Richmond as well. Busch has a great history at the .75 mile track. He has won 4 out of the last 5 Nationwide races held here as well as taking the checkered flag last night in Denny Hamlin’s Short Track Showdown. Busch definitely knows how to get around this track. But Busch isn’t the only one I would watch tonight. Reigning Sprint Cup Series Champion Brad Keselowski was fastest in practice yesterday and is expected to be fast yet again today. Keselowski has had an average showing so far this season in the Nationwide Series. Rookie Alex Bowman was tailing Keselowski in practice yesterday by just a few tenths to hold onto second place. He is making his 11...
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