|It's been a while since Kevin Harvick finished first or second.|
The biggest change we’ll see from the first Michigan race to Sunday’s Pure Michigan 400, though, is the set-up of the car.
NASCAR made a mid-season announcement that in addition to the special low down-force package debuted at Kentucky, Cup cars would also run a high-drag package at Indianapolis and Michigan. The low down-force package will also be used at Darlington on Sept. 6. However, once the Chase starts, the final 10 races will feature the same set-up they began the year with.
Joe Gibbs Racing has improved with the changes, effectively utilizing the new set-ups and winning five of the seven races since Michigan. Kyle Busch leads the way with four of those wins.
In the first Michigan race, Harvick was the 7-to-2 favorite and Kyle Busch was 15-to-1. This week, the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook has posted Harvick at 9-to-2 odds, followed by Busch at 7-to-1.
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