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Changing from Richard Childress Racing to Michael Waltrip Racing will not hurt Bowyer’s chances this week.The cars from Michael Waltrip Racing have been great this year.There are only two types of racetracks that the Sprint Cup Series has yet to compete on: the two-mile racetrack and the road course.This week NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Series will check the two-mile racetrack off the list.Chevy cars have won six of the last eight races at Auto Club Speedway.They will be fast again on Sunday, but I would not count out the three drivers from Roush Fenway Racing (Carl Edwards, Matt Kenseth and Greg Biffle) competing for the win.Ever since the Chase started last year, Stewart has been dialed in on his intermediate racetrack program. The California native has 17 career starts at the racetrack, with 13 top-10 finishes, 12 top-5 finishes, 849 lap leads and five wins.
Clint Bowyer Auto Club Speedway is Clint Bowyer’s best racetrack.The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series travels back to the West Coast's Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California.So far in 2012, the Sprint Cup Series has raced at the Superspeedway (2.5-mile racetrack) in Daytona, the short, flat racetrack in Phoenix (1-mile racetrack), the intermediate racetrack in Las Vegas (1.5-mile racetrack) and the short, high-banked racetrack at Bristol (.5-mile racetrack).Tony Stewart Auto Club Speedway is considered to be an intermediate racetrack on the NASCAR schedule.This simply means that the racetrack is not a Superspeedway and not a short track. Tony Stewart has won the last three races on intermediate racetracks (Las Vegas, Homestead and Texas). Jimmie Johnson Stewart may be the hottest driver on intermediate tracks dating back to last season, but Jimmie Johnson has dominated Auto Club Speedway over his career.