The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to Michigan International Speedway this weekend for Sunday's Quicken Loans 400. For the second consecutive week, drivers will compete at a racetrack that has recently been repaved. The two-mile oval, which is located roughly 70 miles southwest of Detroit, has a new coat of asphalt on it. Michigan has previously been repaved three times in 1977, 1986 and 1995. The track was built in 1968. Last weekend, the series ran at the newly-repaved Pocono Raceway, where Joey Logano took the checkered flag. Matt Kenseth leads Dale Earnhardt Jr. by 10 points atop the Cup standings. Greg Biffle, Denny Hamlin and Jimmie Johnson round out the top-five.