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For the first time since visiting Richmond in April, the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series returns to a flat track of one mile or less at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
To make this weekendâs NASCAR Props Challenge picks, weâll lean on historical results from New Hampshire, as well as performance from ISM (Phoenix) Raceway and Richmond Raceway â two flat tracks â earlier this season.
Based on odds from the Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas, Chevyâs top driver is Chase Elliott at 14-1 to win the race, which ranks just seventh overall.
Since stage racing was introduced in the MENCS, New Hampshire races have averaged five drivers scoring at least 45 race points.
The key metrics between these two drivers are very close both at New Hampshire in recent years and at flat tracks this season, with Suarez owning the very slightest of edges in performance.