Kansas comes in this week as the intermediate track, which behaves like a smaller version of Michigan. Now, the question becomes does the weather play havoc with the turns and tires? Just ask Joey Logano what he thought about the race on Monday in Dover. Aside from that, there was a feel-good result from last week. Could it carry over some into this week? So, what about the NASCAR Advent 400 Bets? Okay, let’s trade some paint!
Kansas numbers for this Sunday are lower on the wear of the tires and easier to take. Still, six drivers are at +900 or shorter odds for the race. Naturally, longer runs could lead to lots of laps lead for the dominators. Granted, the Bovada Vegas online betting sportsbook delivered some congested numbers, but there are still a couple values for Sunday’s race. The course remains known for its 17 to 20-degree progressive turns.
|Wurth 400 - Dover|
|Martin Truex Jr.||+800||+750||+820|
NASCAR Advent 400 bets get led again by Hendrick Motorsports. Last weekend was awful for the ducks and the weather as wet conditions caused the race to ultimately be held on Monday afternoon. From there, it was obvious that the two Hendrick cars (William Byron and Kyle Larson) were fast. Larson was next-level fast, but Byron racked up some stage points anyway. The problem is what happened to Larson once again.
The No. 5 car endured bad luck once again as Ross Chastain happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time. Now, this incident did not completely ground Larson’s car. Eventually, the problems mounting with the Chevy were too much to overcome. Larson’s day was done and the car was Ryan Truex level fast on Monday. For those unfamiliar, Ryan Truex’s car won the Xfinity race by more than a few seconds on Saturday.
This matter remains up for debate. Chastain races hard. Hopefully, Larson can avoid bad luck this week at Kansas because that car and Byron’s may be super fast once again.
VegasBetting draws another difficult assignment. Will there be another Monday race? Thankfully, that answer appears to be no at this time. Warm temperatures in the low 80s, along with only a chance of showers and thunderstorms, is encouraging. Hopefully, there are no rain delays and actual qualifying too.
Yes, the NASCAR Advent 400 bets may feature practice plus qualifying this weekend. Now, the weather reports always fluctuate. However, preliminary outlooks suggest a Saturday where a full practice and qualifying session are probable. That 45-minute practice session will be followed by the normal qualifying. Last weekend, there was practice, and then before qualifying, NASCAR pulled the plug.
So, without metrics, qualifying will allow us to see who is handling the low-wear track once again. Could the usual suspects take over? Absolutely. When one looks at the odds, it is clear. The top ten is Chevy and Toyota without nary a mention of the Ford cars. Five Chevy, led by the two Hendrick cars then Reddick, Truex Jr., Hamlin, and Christopher Bell. Race averages point out the reason why.
Now, warmer conditions should make for easier racing which helps the two manufacturers. Also, a 40-50% chance of rain does not mean washout. For what it is worth, Monday appears to have better afternoon conditions along with Saturday. Could Martin Truex Jr. win it again? We got lucky live-betting him early after seeing how he looked, and his brother did on Saturday.
Luck played a role in the Monday race at Dover. It may not be as much in Kansas. Truex is 6-for-6 in the top tens with an average finish of 6.0. Unfortunately, he is not quite as win-worthy as Kyle Larson or Denny Hamlin on this track. Larson has led 27.5% of the laps in his past four appearances and set the fastest laps too. Kyle Busch and Joey Logano have won in the past, but there are cars that have serious issues. Larson is the favorite for a reason.
Vegas online betting site bonuses make longer shots a worthy proposition, along with again some smaller-wager live bets on Sunday. Things did not work out too great for most Ford cars on Monday. Ryan Blaney finished third and came up short yet again. Also, only one Ford finished in the top seven (would have been eight with Larson). The low-wear allows for long runs and lots of crooked numbers In laps led, etc.
Naturally, could Kevin Harvick or Martin Truex Jr. steal the spotlight? It’s possible. Top-ten results become more likely here, maybe top five. As for longer shots in the win department, could Tyler Reddick be a possible choice? He’s right in that top six we mentioned above. Rolling the dice on Ryan Blaney could be interesting. He is in the +1800 to +2000 range and did finish third last week.
The NASCAR Advent 400 bets take a long shot with the No. 12 car. Again, there exist several great choices that have some long odds. Do not sleep on Ty Gibbs. Gibbs was up well in the top ten often last week at Dover before falling back a bit late. His total speed ranked sixth overall during the final half of that race. The young driver improves every week, and the warmer track at +3600 is intriguing.
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