Martinsville STP 500 NASCAR Betting Picks and Race Odds

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  • Postado em 3 de setembro, 2019

    The Dragon Energy NASCAR Cup Series is at Martinsville Speedway this weekend, and with Kyle Busch winning at both Phoenix and Fontana over the last two weeks, he has been set up as a heavy favorite for the STP 500 at”The Paperclip”–and for good reason: Rowdy has not finished outside of the top 5 in this track because the 2014 season, and he’s led a combined 582 laps within the previous four (and 937 over the last six). Obviously, whenever you have the favorite at +150 to triumph, so there is some fantastic value in gambling others in case that guy has problems throughout the race.

    Last weekend at Car Club Speedway my favorite bets went 2-0, bringing my annual record to 5-3. I’d Brad Keselowski to finish top 3, and his afternoon went south early, so that was screwed from the beginning.

    My Bets for Martinsville
    Martin Truex, Jr.. Sirius XM Paint Scheme Martinsville 2019
    Photo Credit: Jared C. Tilton/Getty Pictures
    Martin Truex, Jr.. Top 3 End (+200) — The races at Martinsville are generally predictable: we find the same faces up front time and time again, and we do not see Martin Truex, Jr. in victory lane. Where we do find him, though, is close enough to acquire in case something goes wrong with the chief. Over the previous 3 races in”The Paperclip,” Truex has posted finishes of 3rd, 4th, and 2nd, although he starts back in 8th for today’s STP 500, he’s got one hell of a race car underneath him to get into the front. The 19 Toyota rated #1 at 10-, 15-, 20-, and 30-lap average during the last practice session on Saturday, and there is going to be plenty of runs throughout the race. Truex will shine during these. When you look at this week’s ranks by the Fantasy Racing On line algorithm, Truex is a very close 4th behind Logano, and if you take a look at current trends by pole sitters from the spring Martinsville race, I’d give that advantage to Truex.

    Chris Buescher (+105) over Daniel Hemric — I’m honestly surprised Chris Buescher isn’t becoming more adore this weekend. This #37 team hasn’t finished worse than 18th because the Daytona 500, and they’ve got a good starting place for today’s STP 500 (12th). Meanwhile, the Hemric will begin from back in 28th, and has a tendency to hit the wall more often than not. We have got 500 laps to race in the present STP 500, and to be honest, I am not sure he finishes. On the flip side, Buescher has completed 13th, 23rd, 21st, and 11th in his past four Martinsville begins, and he is running better than he has likely ever ran. This one is really a no brainer for me.

    Martinsville Race Day Betting Odds for the STP 500
    Kyle Busch 2.25/1 )
    Martin Truex, Jr. 4.5/1 )
    Brad Keselowski 5/1
    Joey Logano 5/1
    Denny Hamlin 8/1
    Clint Bowyer 12/1
    Kevin Harvick 12/1
    Ryan Blaney 15/1
    Aric Almirola 15/1
    Chase Elliott 25/1
    Kurt Busch 30/1
    Jimmie Johnson 40/1
    Kyle Larson 50/1
    Erik Jones 60/1
    Austin Dillon 80/1
    Alex Bowman 80/1
    Daniel Surez 80/1
    Ryan Newman 80/1
    Field 32/1

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