The NASCAR Cup Series playoffs are moving on this weekend to Talladega Superspeedway after a chaotic Sunday at Texas Motor Speedway.
Talladega is the site of the Big One, a multi-car collision that is almost always a winner.
Brad Keselowski, Ron Bouchard, James Hylton, Lennie Pond, Richard Brickhouse, and others.
The 500-mile run on Sunday should be quite the adventure given the combination of tight drafting, the Next Gen vehicle, and general playoff anxiety.
Only six of the twelve playoff drivers still alive have achieved victory at either of the two tracks left after the second round (Talladega and Charlotte Roval).
Despite the Charlotte Roval's relative youth, Chase Elliott has already claimed two victories there. At the Roval, Ryan Blaney and Kyle Larson have also triumphed.
Keselowski, who has six Talladega victories, returns to NASCAR's largest track. More than three exist on no other operational drive.
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