Quicken Loans 400 Free Picks

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BROOKLYN, MI (ATS CONSULTANTS) – The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series makes its first of two stops in the mitten today for the Quicken Loans 400. Here are some drivers to consider in this race.

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According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick are both favored to win, as each has 7/1 odds while Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano have each been given 8/1 odds.

Here are the drivers we like

Kevin Harvick 7/1

Harvick has won at this track before and his car has been one of the best on the track over the last month or so. He has had a few bad breaks keep him from picking up more wins, but on a fast track like MIS, look for him to be right in the mix. He is one of few drivers with two wins on the year, and we think he can make it three today.

Brad Keselowski 8/1

Nobody wants this win more than Brad Keselowski. MIS is right near his hometown and a win on Sunday would be one of the biggest in his career. He has finished second at MIS before and he has come up second in his last two races. Look for Keselowski to put together the right formula on Sunday and find a way to win.

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Austin Dillon 100/1

Dillon isn’t someone with a lot of experience coming into his first full season, but Michigan is a track he has competed at three different times. He placed 11th in 2012 and 14th last year, which means he has done well with a bad car. This year, with a full team and crew, he should be a driver to look out for. Currently 14th in the points, Dillon has done a good job of staying out of trouble. He can do the same on Sunday and possibly pull off a big upset.

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