2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series:Food City 500March 17, 2010 by Marc Jerbs

On Sunday, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series moves to Bristol Motor Speedway for the Food City 500. The Bristol Motor Speedway is relatively a .533-mile oval short track that features a variable banking as high as 30 degrees. This usually makes a car to go unusually fast on such a small track.

Defending Food City 500 winner Kyle Busch will have his hands full as he goes for another win this season.

A win on Sunday would surely jumpstart Kyle Busch's season. He's in 15th place in the driver's standing without a single win, or a top 5/top 10 finish in the last four races. Winning this race with the odds stack against you will surely uplift the team's morale and confidence.

After four races in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Kevin Harvick still leads the driver's standings with 644 points. Hot on his trail are Matt Kenseth, Greg Bifle, Jimmie Johnson, Clint Bowyer, Jeff Burton, Mark Martin, Paul Menard and Kurt Busch.

The handicappers have installed both Kyle Busch and Denny Hamlin as the favorites to win the Food City 500. However, only one could emerge as the winner. It's up to you to make your wise choice.