The 2021 NASCAR Cup Series continues this week, as the Cup makes an appearance at Road America for the first time since over 60 years. Have you made your picks yet? If you’re still on the fence, you can let the experts break down which drivers you should be keeping a close eye on.
Expert Picks and Predictions for the Jockey Made in America 250 NASCAR Cup Series Race on July 4, 2021
Where: Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin
When: Sunday, July 4, 2021, green flag at 2:30 PM ET
Blaney has cracked the top six in three of his last four starts overall, including a fifth-place campaign in the Pocono 325 before finishing sixth in the Pocono 350. Ranked eighth so far this season, Blaney has a win, a trio of top 5s, and nine top 10s. In 15 NASCAR Cup Series races on road courses, Blaney has collected four top 5s and right top 10s, which includes his win at Charlotte Roval back in the 2018 Bank of America ROVAL 400.
|Expert||Driver to watch out for|
Logano certainly commands attention. He has made it to the top five in each of the three road course races so far this season. He is still searching for his second road course win on his career, but he’s always put himself in a position to take a checkered flag on such a surface. He has nine top 5s and 16 top 10s in 29 career road course starts in the NASCAR Cup Series.
|Expert||Quick fantasy pick|
|Sports Illustrated||Ross Chastain|
Although it was geared towards the fantasy-playing community, Sports Illustrated’s piece on the 2021 Jockey Made in America 250 can be used as a guide on which ones to watch out for. Among those drivers is Ross Chastain, who is only +5000 to win this coming weekend. Despite the long odds, Chastain has shown enough potential on road course races. He had a fourth-place finish at the Circuit of the Americas during last May’s EchoPark Texas Grand Prix. Two weeks later, he finished seventh during the 2021 Toyota Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway.
TopBet News Editor | Ryan Simpson
|TopBet News Editor | Ryan Simpson||Erik Jones|
Here’s what TopBet’s Ryan Simpson said about Martin Truex Jr. in our preview of the 2021 Jockey Made in America 250 race:
“After finishing 22nd in the 2021 ALly 400 and 18th in the 2021 Pocono Organics CBD 325, Truex has turned heads again with a much-improved finish of 11th in the 2021 Explore the Pocono Mountains 350. That’s a nice momentum builder for Truex, heading to Wisconsin. He has two wins in 11 road course starts since February 2019.”
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