5 Early Favorites, 5 Early Sleepers For Sunday’s Toyota/Save Mart 350 (3 p.m. ET/FS1/PRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio)

The next few weeks will see a couple of different “wild card” races for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. We all know how restrictor plate races go, so the July 7 Coke Zero Sugar 400 at the Daytona International Speedway is a crap shoot in itself. But, first things first, we have Sunday’s Toyota/Save Mart 350 (3 p.m. ET/FS1/PRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio). Here are some favorites and sleepers to watch. 

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Kevin Harvick Becomes 10th Different Winner Of Season With Triumph In Sonoma

Kevin Harvick knows road course racing isn’t a strong suit of this, that’s why he entered Saturday’s K&N Pro Series West race at the Sonoma Raceway on Saturday. He’d reach victory lane rather easily in that event. Today, he had to do it with 39 of his peers at NASCAR’s top level. He was able to triumph again in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race too. 

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Surprises Like Danica, Buescher and Earnhardt Jr. Having Good Weekends at Sonoma

Danica Patrick may consider road courses a strong suit for her, but Chris Buescher and Dale Earnhardt Jr. don’t. Danica, ran well at Sonoma last year, but was just a bit off strategy to nab a win. So far this weekend, she’s been quietly strong. Patrick, was 13th and 12th respectively in the two practice sessions on Friday. That gave her some high hopes to make the second and final round of Coors Light Pole qualifying from the California road course on Saturday. She never thought though that she’d turn…

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Kyle Larson Earns Toyota/Save Mart 350 Pole, Ganassi Sweeps Front Row

Kyle Larson is on a roll. After winning last weekend’s race at Michigan, Larson backed that up with his second straight Coors Light Pole Award with earning the pole for Sunday’s Toyota/Save Mart 350 (3 p.m. ET/FS1/PRN) at Sonoma on Saturday. Larson, turned a lap of 95.195 mph in his No. 42 Chevrolet in Wine Country, which was his third Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series pole of the season. 

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Tony Stewart Ends Winless Drought With Thrilling Win in Sonoma

Its been a long 84 races since Tony Stewart last visited victory lane. He’s suffered two injuries in which he’s missed significant time during both injuries as well as tragically striking a fellow competitor during a sprint car race in August of 2014 since. That’s taken a huge toll on Stewart as 2016 was going to be his last year in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He’s been down to the lowest of depths and couldn’t wait until the season ended at Homestead in November. On Friday he said, “I’m…

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