Bristol seems to produce that big-time winner every decade (at least since this writer was born) and if that's any indicator, then the 2010's belong to Kyle Busch.
In the 1980s, Bristol was Darrell Waltrip's personal playground. Fast forward to the 90's and it was Rusty Wallace-ville and during the 2000's, older brother Kurt Busch had a handle and mastery of this track.
Now it's been "Rowdy's" town to rule and he pretty much makes it clear he's the "sheriff" in these here parts of Tennessee. With five wins in his previous 13 starts, he's the odds-on favorite, much like how Harry Potter was a shoe-in to defeat Lord Voldemort in JK Rowling's magical series.
If that's enough reason to convince you that Kyle Busch is the clear-cut favorite on Saturday night, how about the fact that he's scored seven top-fives and 10 top-10's?
Or how about the fact he's led 1371 of the 6387 laps he's completed in his Cup career at Bristol?
While he's certainly not a great qualifier at this track, he gets it done during race day. Since 2009, he's won four of his past five Cup starts, with a "lowly" finish of ninth in last year's spring race won by Jimmie Johnson.
He'll get the job done for you at Bristol - but then again, if you're looking to break away from the pack in your racing league, don't look to gain much points since most of your competitors will choose Kyle Busch. And that's kinda why we do "Going Green."