2022 NASCAR Federated Auto Parts 400 Super Six Picks

2022 NASCAR Federated Auto Parts 400 Super Six Picks

2022 NASCAR Federated Auto Parts 400 Super Six Picks

The Cup Series is back at Richmond Raceway for the second event of the season. Denny Hamlin is looking to defend his title at Richmond after winning earlier in the year. We have our Federated Auto Parts 400 picks at TheSportsGeek.

TheSportsGeek is also playing the Fox Bet Super 6 contest. This is a free prop game that doesn’t require an entry fee to participate. Even if you don’t know anything about NASCAR, you might as well take a go with no risk.

We’re trying to help make it easier on you when making your Federated Auto Parts 400 Super Six picks. The Federated Auto Parts 400 Super Six odds and questions can be found on the Fox Bet Super 6 app. Head below for our best NASCAR at Richmond Super Six picks. Find the best NASCAR betting sites at TheSportsGeek if you are looking to bet on the Richmond race.

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1. Which of these Drivers will finish in the worst position at the end of Stage 1?

There are some good names on this list. William Byron, Ross Chastain, Ryan Blaney, and Chase Elliott are all on my shortlist of contenders.

Kurt Busch is not racing, so you can ignore his presence in the first question at Richmond.

Chase Briscoe is capable of having a good run, but I don’t believe he’s up to the challenge against this field. While Chase Elliott qualified the worst, he’s likely to claw forward.

Briscoe has finished P11, P16, P22 in three races at Richmond. He’s shown improvement and trending up on this 0.75-mile track, but has just three top-5 performances this year.

Briscoe may run fine, but he’s up against some strong contenders in the first question. Fade Briscoe and select him to finish the worst.

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2. How many Chevys will finish in the Top 10 at the end of Stage 1?

This is a repeat question of the last few weeks. We’re looking at how well Chevrolet is going to perform on Sunday. They dominated in qualifying and have some fast cars, so I believe it should go well.

Chevy has five cars on the grid in the top-10. Going back to P12, there are six Chevys starting this race in good standing.

Kyle Larson and Ross Chastain are 1-2 at the green flag, while William Byron and Alex Bowman are P4 and P5. I like all four drivers at Richmond. They should hang around in the top-5.

I’m going to project four remain in the top-10, while one drops out. Look for four Chevys to be in the top-10 going into Stage 2.

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3. Which of these Drivers will finish in the best position at the end of Stage 2?

Tyler Reddick and Bubba Wallace are likely the best out of this six-driver field. Reddick is 12th in the Cup Series standings, with two wins and seven top-5 performances.

He needs to improve his consistency finishing in the top-10.

Wallace has been coming on well recently. He’s had a fast car all season, but mishaps have derailed him from having a better year.

Wallace races with a lot of emotion and anything less than winning isn’t a success. He starts P11 on the grid after finishing P2 at MIS last weekend.

A week earlier on the road course at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Wallace finished P5. Bubba is top-5 in four of his previous five races and has been better over the last month. The public isn’t favoring him, but I’m backing him.

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4. Which Stewart-Haas Racing Driver will finish in the top-10 at the end of Stage 2?

I’ve already faded Chase Briscoe and selected that he’s going to finish the worst in an earlier question. Kevin Harvick is coming off a big win at MIS and we had a winning ticket at +2000.

Cole Custer was impressive in qualifying, while Aric Almirola disappointed. Almirola is all the way back in P32 with a slow qualifying time of 23.767 seconds.

Custer impressed with a time of 23.248 seconds for P7 to open the race. Harvick is the next best of this ground in P13 with a time of 23.101 seconds.

I’m not going to be surprised to see Custer fall back, and Harvick inching forward. I’m not high on Harvick winning again, but just getting into the top-10 for the Final Stage is possible.

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5. At the end of the race which manufacturer will have more cars in the Top 5 and how many cars will they have?

Chevy was very impressive in qualifying and represents most of the top-10. What about Toyota and Ford? Toyota has Denny Hamlin in P3 and Martin Truex Jr. in P6 on the grid.

Both should run well and be near the front. They’ve liked racing at Richmond in the past and Sunday should be no exception.

Hamlin won earlier in the year on this track, while Truex Jr. had another strong showing at Richmond for P4.

Cole Custer, Ryan Blaney, and Brad Keselowski are in the top-10 for Ford. Besides Blaney, I’m not too excited about Custer and Keselowski. We’ll side with Toyota and three drivers.

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6. Which driver will have the better finish at the end of the race and by how many positions?

Somebody is asleep at the wheel at Fox Bet because Kurt Busch is not racing on Sunday. He will miss his fourth race with concussion symptoms, which allows Ty Gibbs to drive the No. 45 car at Richmond Raceway.

This question will ultimately have to be cancelled, with the Super 6 turning into a Super 5 for NASCAR on Sunday.

If anyone selects Kurt Busch, they probably just deserve to lose, though. The sixth question is still live, though, and I really like Ross Chastain. He qualified P2 and should have a chance at the win.

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Author: Tamara Kim