This race has been tough on so many.
But Gibbs, Buescher, Wallace, Dillon, and even Bell could still get a get great finish for their Picr's.
Man it sure it would be a shame if they had mechanical failures, DNFs a bad pit stop or if they were just Chastain'd on a last lap. Of course I would never wish any of them any bad luck even if would provide some desperately needed damage control.
But I ain't wishing them any luck though, I am just hoping real bad that everybody still running has a much more blessed race.
Congratulations to @Old 97 and @Conover for taking the "Highest Finishing Pick" award following the first place finish of their pick, Chris Buescher, in the FireKeepers Casino 400 at Michigan International Speedway.
The streak of someone picking the race winner continues as that's six out of the last seven races that the race winner has been picked by two or more players of the game.
Meanwhile, on the other end of the spectrum, the standings leader took a major hit and dropped to third place when his pick, Kyle Busch, finished the race dead last.
However, as a consolation prize, @Head423 now has a "Wiping Up the Rear" award that he'll need to make room for in his trophy case.
Taking advantage of the situation was @RayinTX who used the thirteenth place finish of his pick, Christopher Bell, to reclaim the first place position in the standings.
The "Most Upward Movement" award went to @JJ_14, thanks to the fourth place finish of Brad Keselowski that propelled JJ three spots closer to the top spot.
The "Slipping & Sliding" award was taken for the second consecutive race by @ol'whatshisname.
Finally, following a run towards the top of the standings that saw him get as close as second place earlier in the season, the 31st place finish of his pick at Richmond and last place finish of his pick at Michigan might possibly have @Greg channeling Marlon Brando's character from On the Waterfront.