Chase will 100% get one before ByronChevy may be waiting a while if the last few years are any indication. As strange as it sounds I could see William Byron being the one to break the drought in the next few years. He’s young enough and has shown marked improvement, and he has that Chad Knaus guy that’s pretty good
With the randomness of the format, I don't think it's so easy to say that. As most of you know, I'm a Chase guy, have been since the beginning, but I think in couple of years William and Chase will likely be operating on near equal footing, so it may come down to who gets a win at the right time.Chase will 100% get one before Byron
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I agree, but I'm not sure why his performance fell of for a while after his win. I didn't get to watch Homestead so I don't know what happened to the other HMS cars but Alex was the only one to finish in the top 10 and that isn't a bad way to end the season.Bowman certainly has a case, but he like Erik Jones, after they win the one time. The results and consistency seemed to dip entirely. I mean it was about a month or so until Alex attained another top 10. I think Chase had the same problem after Talledega after the string of top 5s', he kind of disappeared for a bit until he (Chase) won at WGI.
I see HMS as a company kind of failing the drivers more than anything else. Honestly, Alex was stout last year and if he can put together a better season overall with less drop-off, he may have a chance of contending.