Three races down, seven to go in the Chase for the Sprint Cup. Brad Keselowski served notice to the rest of the Chase field that he was going to be a force to be reckoned with. Keselowski took his second win in three races last weekend at Dover International Speedway.
"Bad Brad" feels Talladega is a good track for him, but anything can happen.
Five-time champion, Jimmie Johnson says that at Talladega, a driver has to be prepared for just about anything.
Johnson's teammate Dale Earnhardt, Jr. feels that no one is safe from the "big one" at Talladega.
Talladega is a 2.66 mile asphalt tri-oval, with 33 degrees of banking in turns one and two, just over 32 degrees in turns 3 and 4. The tri-oval has 16.5, with the back straight having only three degrees of banking.
Since the construction of the track, many strange happenings and untimely deaths have fueled the rumors of a curse. In 1973, Bobby Isaac left his car during the race on lap 90 because of voices he claimed to have heard which told him to park his car and get out.