It wouldn’t be a loaded NASCAR weekend without weather concerns. Currently it’s slated to be a bit wet Saturday and Sunday in Pocono so we’ll see what happens. There aren’t a ton of laps in this race, we’ll actually have fewer laps than Talladega last weekend. We normally get 100 laps for Pocono, but that goes down to 90 this week for a 225-mile race.

This track is the Tricky Triangle and all three turns are banked at different angles. In the last four Xfinity races only nine drivers have failed to finish due to wrecking out. That’s not to say we won’t see some drivers not finish due to mechanical issues, but we likely won’t see as many wrecks this weekend so it’s good to target for DFS. We also might be a little bored this weekend. We could see some laps led dominators here. The 2016 race was limited to just 53 laps, but Kyle Larson registered 27 laps led. But over the last three years there have typically been just two drivers each race that lead over 20 laps. And those who...