WHERE: Two-mile, D-shaped oval at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Mich.
WHEN: Television coverage starts at 1:30 p.m., race starts at
BROADCAST: TelevisionTNT; RadioMotor Racing Network
DISTANCE: 200 laps
2001 WINNER: Sterling Marlin
NOTES: Although four of the top five drivers in laps led this year use General Motors cars, NASCAR will allow Chevrolets and Pontiacs to make changes in their front bumpers to make them more competitive this week. If the experiment works, the extended bumpers might be allowed at other race tracks ... Michigan is a wide and smooth raceway where horsepower and fuel mileage are paramount.
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