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The NASCAR Cup Series comes to Nashville for the very first time this weekend and it’s the first time in 10 years that any NASCAR series is racing at the 1.33-mile, concrete, D-shaped oval in central Tennessee. With it being the first race here, it can be tricky to figure out who will be good but luckily there is one practice session on Saturday and on-track qualifying on Sunday as well, not to mention the comparable tracks to this that have been raced on recently.

Dover has been mentioned a lot this week by some others on Twitter and other sites, and while that’s a solid comp because of the racing surface being concrete and the same right-side tires being on the cars this week at Nashville as were on them a few...