Full Of Bull : Brian Vickers and Scott Speed at Bristol Motor Speedway

David PhillipsAnalyst IMarch 26, 2009

BRISTOL, TN - MARCH 21:  Scott Speed (R), driver of the #99 Red Bull Toyota, talks with Cup teammate Brian Vickers, driver of the #83 Red Bull Toyota, on the grid prior to the start of the NASCAR Nationwide Series Scotts Turf Builder 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway on March 21, 2009 in Bristol, Tennessee.  (Photo by Rusty Jarrett/Getty Images for NASCAR)

Full of Bull. Vol. 1 Issue 6.

This weeks review of Brian Vickers and Scott Speed drivers of the Red Bull Racing Team.

This weeks journey out to the the hills of Bristol, Tenn. was a very disappointing one to say the least. Vicker's came in to the Bristol Bull-Ring sitting 11th in points, while Speed battled all day to get back up into the top 35 in points.

Vickers' tough weekend started as the Red Bull Racing Toyota team arrived at BMS. In the first practice he was only 29th quickest and backed that up with a 27th place qualifying session. In final practice he was 24th quickest, not what Vickers and his team was expecting out of BMS.

Vickers brought the No. 83 Camry home in 29th position, three laps down to race winner Kyle Busch.

This week, Vickers heads to Martinsville, VA, for the Goody's Fast Pain Relief 500, a track Vickers doesn't have that much luck at, with a best starting position of 17th and an average start of 26th. Vickers has a best finish of eighth and an average finish of 21st.

Martinsville is also a track that in 2007, a struggling Team Red Bull missed both races.

Vickers will definitely be looking for the free Goody's Powders this weekend, as he has not fared well at the short-tracks.

Speed had a descent day after qualifying 11th and starting out struggling with handling early and finishing 23rd, three laps down. Overall, it was a great day for his first trip to BMS in a Cup car. It was a great learning expedience for the rookie.

This week, Speed goes to the track he made his debut at, the paper clip track which he qualified 35th and finished 30th last season.

Will experience at the track in a Cup Series car pay off after a good day at BMS?

Vickers and the Red Bull Racing No. 83 Toyota Camry sits 14th in points, while Speed's Red Bull Racing No. 82 Toyota Camry sits 36th in owner's points.

My prediction for this weekend is Vickers will finish top 25, and Speed will battle to a top 15 finish.

Until next time, this is Full of "Red' Bull.