Most people like a nice smooth road when they're behind the wheel, but when it comes to Sprint Cup race tracks, sometimes bumpier is better.
David Gilliland, for one, looks forward to the unique surface characteristics of Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The California native has been racing at Las Vegas since he was a 21-year-old K&N Pro Series West driver. Sunday's Kobalt Tools 400 will be Gilliland's seventh Cup career start at the 1.5-mile oval. His best finish is 14th (2009).-Breaking Limits