2022 NASCAR Go Bowling at The Glen Super Six Picks

2022 NASCAR Go Bowling at The Glen Super Six Picks

2022 NASCAR Go Bowling at The Glen Super Six Picks

The Cup Series is back on the road at Watkins Glen for the final road course event of the season. The playoffs are scheduled to begin on September 4 at Darlington Raceway. Darlington is the perfect place for the postseason to begin. Daytona on Saturday night is our final regular season race.

Kevin Harvick made sure that he’ll be participating in the Cup Series playoffs. The veteran won back-to-back races at MIS and last week at Richmond to solidify his spot. The playoffs are shaping up, but there is still money to be won at The Glen and Daytona.

Winning Daytona is always a career accomplishment that any stock car driver would like to achieve. It’s a fitting way to end the regular season under the lights. We’re at The Glen to play the Go Bowling at The Glen Super Six.

You will have to download the Fox Bet Super 6 app to select our Go Bowling at The Glen Super Six picks. Note that this is a free contest, so let it rip without worrying about losing any money.

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

Our first question has to do with which driver will finish the worst in this group. I’m high on Kyle Larson and Chase Elliott in this race. Even before they qualified P1 and P2, Elliott and Larson were expected to have big performances.

Ryan Blaney and Joey Logano are where I’m looking for the first question.

Blaney wasn’t fast this week and didn’t have a solid qualifying session. He will start P26 while Logano is P20 on the grid at the green flag.

Blaney is coming off a lackluster performance at the Indy Road Course for P26. However, he’s been more consistent than Logano. At least Blaney has finished in the top-11 in five of his last six races on a road course.

Logano has finished P6, P27, P17, P31, P7, P34, P22 in his previous seven road courses. Blaney will be the most popular answer here, but I’ll go with Logano.

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

The second question focuses on how well Chevrolet is going to perform on Sunday. Chevy looks good on the grid going to the green flag.

Chase Elliott and Kyle Larson are P1 and P2. They should have a solid run as well. It’s hard to see either fading.

Chevy also has William Byron and Ross Chastain in the top-5. A.J. Allmendinger is P6 and Daniel Suarez P9. Allmendinger is a road course especially, so I can’t see him dropping back either.

Let’s side with five Chevys finishing in the top-10 at the end of Stage 1. It should be a good day for the Camaro.

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

The best position between these six drivers isn’t the easiest to pinpoint. However, Ty Dillon is probably worst than the rest. Justin Haley and Chris Buescher both looked good in qualifying for P7 and P13.

Dillon didn’t run as well as he would have hoped in qualification, though.

Dillon is starting P28 on the grid. Bubba Wallace is the next closest at P23. There isn’t much room at Watkins Glen, so moving up through the first two stages isn’t the easiest.

He has not done his best on the road in his career. Dillon has finished P34, P20, P23 in his previous three road course outings and inside the top-20 in only one of his last ten. Dillon is likely the worst.

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4. Which Joe Gibbs Driver will finish in the Top 5 at the end of Stage 2?

Martin Truex Jr. didn’t have his best qualifying session this year at Watkins Glen. He is going to be a popular pick on a road course, but Truex Jr. will have to pick through the field after qualifying P25.

Kyle Busch wasn’t spectacular, but he should have a chance from P10. Busch has been successful at Watkins Glen.

He’s finished P4, P11, P3, P7, P6, P2 in six races at The Glen going into Sunday. Much has been made about his future and contract negotiations, but look for him to put in solid work for Joe Gibbs in this one.

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5. At the end of the race which manufacture team will have more cars in the Top 10 and how many cars will they have?

The fifth question at Watkins Glen puts Ford and Chevrolet up against one another in the Fox Bet Super Six. If you’ve read this article, then you know where I’m leaning already.

Chevy had a great day of qualifying on Saturday and should have a strong day this afternoon. They have four drivers in the top-5, including Chase Elliott and Kyle Larson at P1 and P2.

There are a total of nine Chevys in the top-13 going to the green flag on Sunday. They have some fast cars at Watkins Glen.

Ford has three drivers in the top-13. It’s likely that Chevrolet is going to win this battle on Sunday. The rivalry goes to Chevy at Watkins Glen.

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

The final question of the Go Bowling at The Glen Super Six is Kevin Harvick vs. Kyle Larson. I could see Larson winning this race from P2, so he’s high on my list of contenders.

Can Harvick stay red-hot? He is coming off back-to-back wins and is looking to complete the hat trick on the road course at Watkins Glen. Harvick qualified P24 and likely doesn’t have enough this time.

Harvick has finished P33, P10, P4 in his previous three road courses. He hasn’t won on a road course since Sonoma in 2017. Harvick has finished in the top-10 in two of his previous six attempts.

Larson has three wins on the road since Sonoma last year. He finished in the top-10 in six of those events. I’m going with Larson to finish near or at the front, with at least 10 spots on Harvick.

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Author: Tamara Kim