If Greg Biffle and Matt Kenseth want to have a chance to capture the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series title they will need to perform well at Dover. The one-mine concrete track has been kind to the duo of Roush Fenway Racing over the course of their careers as each has recorded 2 wins and a combined 28 finishes inside the top ten.
While Biffle and Kenseth have avoided a catastrophic finish in the Chase’s first two races, neither has performed at the top level that will be required if they are to win the 2012 Sprint Cup title.
After running away with the point standings in the first 26 races Biffle and Kenseth have gotten lost in the reshuffle. Erasing a 33 point deficit will be difficult for Biffle while Kenseth will need to make up 35 points.
There is one thing going for the two. Few drivers are as good as Biffle and Kenseth at Dover but still their work will be cut out. One of the drivers better then them is Jimmie Johnson. Johnson has an eye popping 7 career wins at Dover and he over to...