NASCAR is headed north for the summer months with the first stop this weekend in Dover, Delaware.  The tour will then move on to locations like Pocono, Michigan, and eventually, New Hampshire Motor Speedway (on July 19).

Here's a look at a few drivers to keep an eye on at Dover:

Green Flag - Martin Truex Jr.

He's putting together a phenomenal season with 11 top-10s in 12 races, and he was the class of the field late at Charlotte last weekend before Carl Edwards took the win on fuel strategy.  This is the only oval track on which Truex has ever won, so it seems like a great opportunity to pick up the season's first win.

Yellow Flag - Carl Edwards

The nickname "Concrete Carl" might be a bit overblown; Edwards only has one win in 21 starts on Dover's concrete surface.  The nickname "Consistent Carl" would certainly apply, though, with a 10.2 average finish at that track, good for third behind just Jimmie Johnson and Kyle Larson (who only has two starts).

Red Flag - Kasey Kahne

He has just one top-10 in his last five races this season, and Dover doesn't look like a good place to break the slump.  Kahne has just a single top-five and five top-10s in 22 starts at the Monster Mile.