There are three things to watch at the significant Machine Vodka 400 at the Brickyard this weekend.
1. Who will win the regular-season points race? If Kyle Busch finishes 15th or better the name is his. He is going for his seventh win of the season because he is just short of the career-high eight he posted in 2008.
2. Who will make NASCAR’s last two playoff spots, and will one of the two currently on the bubble be pumped off? Since it stands Jimmie Johnson and Alex Bowman sit 19 points apart in 15th and 16th in the playoff standings. If a motorist without a win were to get a success Sunday, among those drivers are the odd man from NASCAR’s postseason.
3. Will a driver without a win and outdoors NASCAR’s top 16 upset the apple cart? You will find 14 drivers who must win to get in, and guys such as Ryan Newman, William Byron and Daniel Suarez certainly have the capability to do so. But will they get a win and knock out either Bowman or Johnson?
NASCAR in Indianapolis: TV program, standings drivers for the Brickyard 400 That’s what you want to understand for the week. On the gambling end it’s easy: Kyle Busch is second among active drivers in wins at the Brickyard with first and two in driver rating. Kevin Harvick has a win, 11 top 10s and also the third greatest rating. This race will return to these 2 drivers and this week, we’re picking Busch to win the race along with also the regular-season championship in style.
The race could be seen on NBCSN at two p.m. ET Sunday.
What are the gambling odds for Darlington?
Kevin Harvick 5/2
Kyle Busch 5/2
Martin Truex Jr. 9/2
Kyle Larson 6/1
Brad Keselowski 12/1
Ryan Blaney 15/1
Joey Logano 15/1
Chase Elliott 20/1
Erik Jones 20/1
Clint Bowyer 25/1
Kurt Busch 25/1
Denny Hamlin 40/1
Aric Almirola 40/1
Jimmie Johnson 50/1
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