#ItsBristolBaby!  It's second smallest track on the schedule at just 0.533 miles with banking up to 30 degrees.  There's nowhere for the cars to go when racing in a 43-car field, but that doesn't stop them from pinballing around the track like a roulette wheel.

A roulette wheel.  That's a pretty fitting comparison for a track where no car finishes the race without a dent or a tire rub.  It's not about being the best, it's about keeping your nose clean enough to be near the front late in the race and seizing victory if the opportunity arises.

Here are three drivers to keep an eye on this weekend at Bristol:

Green Flag - Brad Keselowski

He finds his way up front at Bristol, having led at least 40 laps in five of the last seven races at that track.  He's won two of those events and finished in the top-three on two other occasions.  Expect to see his run of six straight top-10s on the 2015 season get extended at BMS.

Yellow Flag - Carl Edwards

He finally broke through at Texas last weekend for his first top-10 of 2015, and there's reason to believe he can keep it up at Bristol.  Edwards won this race last spring and followed it up with a seventh-place finish at the track in August.  He has three wins at BMS, but a 14.8 average finish and nine top-10s in 21 starts doesn't guarantee success.

Red Flag - Clint Bowyer

With the exception of a restrictor plate finish of seventh at Daytona, Bowyer hasn't scored a top-10 in 2015.  In fact, a 13th at Martinsville is his only other finish higher than 21st.  He's never won at Bristol and doesn't have a top-10 in the last three races at the track, so it's unlikely this is a breakthrough week for the struggling driver.