GoBowling.com 400 Odds Betting
Gamblers…ready for NASCAR GoBowling.com 400 Odds betting? NASCAR’s Sprint Cup series rolls into Kansas Speedway for the first time this season for the running of the GoBowling.com 400. The starting time for Saturday night’s prime time racing event is set for 7:30 p.m. (ET) and the race will be broadcast nationally on FOX.
NASCAR Sprint Cup – GoBowling.com 400 Preview and Prediction
Race: GoBowling.com 400 at Kansas Speedway
Date: Saturday, May 7
Time: 7:30 p.m. (ET)
Through the first 10 point-race events of the 2016 Sprint Cup season there are now four drivers with two victories apiece after Brad Keselowski claimed his second checkered flag with a win at wreck-filled Talladega this past Sunday.
Also surviving the wreckage to claim second and third place were Kyle Busch and Austin Dillon
The following is a look at my top favorite, contender and longshot to win this Saturday night’s race at Kansas Speedway based on betting odds provided by TopBet.
GoBowling.com 400 Odds: The Favorite (odd of less than 10/1)
Jimmie Johnson’s name is at the top of this week’s list at +450 and those odds will work just fine as my top favorite to win.
The No. 48 car did not fare so well at Talladega with a 23rd-place finish and before Johnson took third at Richmond two weeks ago he faded to 22nd at Bristol for an up and down three-race run.
I like his chances to bounce back this week as one of the four two-time winners this season along with a very impressive 8.7 average finishing position at this track.
This includes a victory in this event last season followed by a third-place finish in the second race at Kansas in 2015.
GoBowling.com 400 Odds: The Contender (odds from 10/1 to 19/1)
When the betting odds are right one of my top go-to Sprint Cup drivers over the years has been Denny Hamlin. He can be very streaky at times, but I always feel like he has a chance to win behind the wheel of the No. 11 Toyota.
He has already made his way to Winner’s Circle at Daytona along with back-to-back third-place runs at Phoenix and Fontana as part of this season’s resume.
Recent form coupled with a less than ideal 15.4 average finishing position at Kansas Speedway have no doubt contributed to his +1500 odds to win on Saturday night, but I am looking for an effort that produced a near miss second-place finish in the second race at this track last year.
GoBowling.com 400 Odds: The Longshot (odds 20/1 or greater)
I have been closely following a trio of drivers representing the Sprint Cup series’ future in Austin Dillon, Chase Elliott and Kyle Larson as my primary longshot picks this season.
This week, I am turning to Larson at +3000 betting odds as my best chance to make one of these bets finally pay off.
Dillon is coming off a great run at Talladega and Elliott also worked his way into the Top 5 in that race, but Saturday night could be Larson and the No. 42 Chevrolet’s time to shine.
He has made two runs into the Top 10 this season including a Top 3 at Martinsville.
As far as his past runs at Kansas in his first two full-time seasons racing at this level, he did place second in the second race here in 2014.
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