Fantasy: Atlanta picks and pans
It's Week 4 of the NASCAR season, and already things are starting to look an awful lot like last year.
Atlanta Motor Speedway is a 1.54-mile quad-oval track with 24 degrees of banking in the corners. Opened July 31, 1960, AMS cost the princely sum of $1.8 million to build and has played host to 102 Cup races. Sunday's 325-lap, 500(.5)-mile race is the last before the first off weekend of the season, so it's imperative for those who've been struggling so far in 2010 to pick themselves up, dust off, and run like a reincarnation of Ricky Bobby.