2009 Bank of America 500

Who Will Win The NASCAR All-Star Race ?

DARLINGTON, SC - MAY 09:  Mark Martin, driver of the #5 Cheez-It/CARQUEST Chevrolet, leads Jimmie Johnson, driver of the #48 Lowe's Chevrolet, Tony Stewart, driver of the #14 Old Spice Chevrolet, and Ryan Newman, driver of the #39 Stewart Haas Racing Chevrolet, during a restart to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Southern 500 on May 9, 2009 at Darlington Raceway in Darlington, South Carolina.  (Photo by Jerry Markland/Getty Images for NASCAR)
Dean StewartContributor IMay 12, 2009

It's All-Star race time at Lowe's.

This is just flat out racing that everyone has a chance at winning. Last year, Kasey Kahne was voted in by the fans and won the race.

This year, it's a little different. There are some strong contender's that have a chance at $1 million.

Here are my top five drivers that have the best chance at winning.

Mark Martin is on a roll with a win last week, his second of the season.

Next, there is Tony Stewart. He has five top fives and eight top 10s, and it's just a matter of time before he get's his first win as an owner.

And then there's Jimmie Johnson. Lowe's and Johnson enough said.

Not to mention Jeff Gordan, who has won there three times, and is leading the points race.

Finally, Ryan Newman with a fourth-place finish last week, and currently eighth in the points standings. He'll make a run at $1 million.

Look for this All-Star race to be All-Star worthy!


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