NASCAR: 9 Bold Predictions for the Rest of the 2012 Sprint Cup Campaign

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NASCAR: 9 Bold Predictions for the Rest of the 2012 Sprint Cup Campaign
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We're two races in to the 2012 Sprint Cup season, as we've seen Matt Kenseth take home his second Daytona 500 trophy, Juan Pablo Montoya hit a jet dryer, Danica Patrick and Jimmie Johnson wreck on the second lap of the Daytona 500 and Denny Hamlin win his first race with a new crew chief.

It may not have been as exciting as last season, as we saw Trevor Bayne pull off one of the biggest upsets in NASCAR history, but it's still been a fun two weekends. And to think, there's 33 more of these to go (after the Las Vegas race concludes Sunday).

I guarantee that there will be some surprises this season involving many different aspects. We just get to sit back and wait for them to happen.

There's no doubt about it, though, we're in for an exciting 2012 campaign. I don't know if it'll be better than last season, when we saw Tony Stewart and Carl Edwards tie for the championship and resort to a tiebreaker, but it should hopefully be pretty good.

Only time will tell.

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