NASCAR at Richmond odds, key stats, bets to consider: Handicap Toyota Owners 400 with similar race tracks

  • 19 Sep, 2019

Following an exciting race at Tennessee, NASCAR heads to Richmond Raceway Saturday night (6 p.m. CT, FOX) to the next short-track race that the Cup Series season. Richmond, the site of this Toyota Owners 400, is 0.25 miles longer than Bristol and Martinsville, but NASCAR still categorizes it as a brief track. It’s actually most similar to New Hampshire and the 1-mile apartment track of Phoenix in banking and it. Kyle Busch, who won Sunday’s race at Bristol as the race-favorite, once more has the shortest odds (2/1) on the plank in the Westgate SuperBook because he seeks his seventh win in Richmond. Busch has finished in the top 10 in every race this season and owns a series-best 6.9 average end in the Richmond. Busch has finished first and second at New Hampshire and won and led a race-high 177 laps at the similar layout in March of Phoenix. MORE: NASCAR Cup Series championship chances, playoff standings Recent results, richmond rules package Teams will use the 2019 rules package tailored for quick tracks (less than 1.33 miles) and road classes. A 1.17-inch tapered spacer is going to be utilized as it was earlier this year at Phoenix, Martinsville, and Bristol, with motors expected to create about 750 horsepower. When handicapping Saturday race, results from Phoenix ought to be bettors’ priority before researching the outcomes of last year from Richmond and New Hampshire, since distinct packages were used. Pole-sitter Ryan Blaney (94) and Aric Almirola (26) also led laps in Phoenix in March, as did Denny Hamlin (7), Jimmie Johnson (4), and Daniel Hemric (4 ) ). Busch won Stage 1 and Blaney won Phase 2, and the duo was joined by Martin Truex Jr. (second), Almirola (third), and Hamlin (fifth) in the top five in the checkered flag. Recent results: New Hampshire | Richmond | Phoenix Entering Saturday’s race, short tracks of Martinsville and Bristol have been dominated by Team Penske drivers Blaney, Brad Keselowski, and Joey Logano. The trio has directed 795 of those laps this year, as a result of the 486 circuits of Keselowski directed. Curious to win 400 in Richmond to 2019 Toyota Owners Odds Supplied by Westgate Kyle BUSCH 2/1 Kevin HARVICK 7/1 Brad KESELOWSKI 7/1 Joey LOGANO 7/1 Martin TRUEX JR 7/1 Denny HAMLIN 10/1 Ryan BLANEY 12/1 Chase ELLIOTT 12/1 Clint BOWYER 20/1 Kyle LARSON 20/1 Aric ALMIROLA 20/1 Kurt BUSCH 25/1 Erik JONES 30/1 Jimmie JOHNSON 30/1 Daniel SUAREZ 60/1 Austin DILLON 100/1 Ryan NEWMAN 100/1 Ricky STENHOUSE Jr. 100/1 Alex BOWMAN 100/1 Matt DIBENEDETTO 100/1 William BYRON 300/1 Chris BUESCHER 300/1 Paul MENARD 300/1 Ryan PREECE 500/1 Daniel HEMRIC 500/1 Ty DILLON 1000/1 Darrell WALLACE Jr. 1000/1 Michael McDOWELL 2000/1 David RAGAN 5000/1 FIELD (all others) 1000/1 Read more:

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