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The Chase for NASCAR’s  2014 Sprint Cup title gets underway this Sunday at Chicagoland Speedway in the first of a 10-race playoff. Cappers Picks is your Nascar handicapping provider all season long. Check back often for race predictions and lines analysis.


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The 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup series kicks off its 10-race Chase to this season’s title this Sunday afternoon with the running of the GEICO 400 at Chicagoland Speedway. The green flag for this event is set to wave at 2 p.m. and the race will be broadcast nationally on ESPN.


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The field of 12 is set for the start of this season’s Sprint Cup Chase which gets underway this Sunday with the running of the Geico 400 at Chicagoland. This is the first of 10 races that will ultimately crown this year’s champion.


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Preview: This weekend’s race at Chicagoland, and the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis in two weeks, have become two of the premiere Midwestern stops on the NASCAR Sprint Cup circuit, although each hosts just one Cup race per year.


Nascar 400 Gambling Picks/Preview

Race: The 400 at Chicagoland Speedway
Date: Saturday, July 11, 2009
Time: 8:16 PM EST (scheduled green flag)
TV: 6:30 PM EST on TNT
Updated 400 Odds

Preview: Chicagoland is a relative newcomer to the Cup circuit compared to venerable venues like Martinsville and Richmond. NASCAR has visited this track just once a year since 2001, but it gives the sport an annual presence in a major TV market.

The list of drivers who’ve won here can almost be counted on one hand: Kevin Harvick, Tony Stewart, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jeff Gordon, Ryan Newman, and Kyle Busch.

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Safe Bets:

1. Tony Stewart (+600): Stewart is the current series points leader, has won two of the past five Cup races, and is coming off a dominating performance at Daytona.

He won in Chicago two years ago, finished fifth here last year, and has accumulated the most driver points at this track over the course of the last five races.

2. Kyle Busch (+700): Busch won this race last year in impressive fashion, starting on the pole and leading 165 of 267 laps.

In just four Chicagoland starts, he’s climbed to fifth on the list of overall lap leaders and is second in the average finish category.

Dark Horse:

1. Dale Earnhardt Jr. (+3000): Junior had a little pep in his step Thursday after running sixth in practice and qualifying 13th.

He won this race in 2005 and has two top 5s in his last four Chicagoland starts.

Summary: Weather will be a factor the next two days and, although it may clear out by race time, it will leave a green racetrack behind.

Drivers will also be adjusting to a race that begins an hour before sunset and transitions into nighttime.

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