NASCAR at Kansas: Odds, prediction, sleepers, drivers to watch for Digital Ally 400

Kyle Busch could be having the best Cup Series season with top-10 finishes in every one of his races, however, the narrative around NASCAR is starting to change and it’s all due to Martin Truex Jr..

The 2017 Cup Series champion’s season began frustratingly with five top 10s in his first six races, including two runner-up finishes, but he simply couldn’t get into the winner’s circle.

That’s changed, though, since he has won back-to-back races, including one at Richmond he had been on the edge of winning but only could never achieve.

Since the Cup Series heads to Kansas Speedway this weekend, He’s breaking through at the right time. Truex enjoys racing and has just two wins in his past four races at the track.

He is not the favorite to win that would be Busch in 7/2 – but he should be viewed as the guy to beat this week. We are picking him to win his third race in a row and then maintain Busch from the winner’s circle for the fourth week.

The Digital Ally 400 could be viewed Sunday at 7:30 p.m. ET on FOX.

Which will be the betting odds for your Digital Ally 400?
Kyle Busch 7/2
Martin Truex Jr. 6/1
Brad Keselowski 7/1
Kevin Harvick 7/1
Joey Logano 7/1
Ryan Blaney 10/1
Chase Elliott 10/1
Kyle Larson 10/1
Clint Bowyer 18/1
Denny Hamlin 20/1
Aric Almirola 25/1
Kurt Busch 25/1
Erik Jones 25/1
Jimmie Johnson 25/1
Daniel Suarez 40/1
Alex Bowman 60/1
Austin Dillon 60/1
William Byron 80/1
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 100/1
Ryan Newman 100/1
Paul Menard 100/1
Tyler Reddick 100/1
Matt DiBenedetto 300/1
Chris Buescher 300/1
Daniel Hemric 300/1
Ryan Preece 500/1
Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr. 500/1
Michael McDowell 1000/1
Ty Dillon 1000/1
Field (all others) 1000/1
Which NASCAR drivers should you watch in the Digital Ally 400?
Kevin Harvick is still looking for his first win of this year, but so was Truex till two races ago. Harvick has eight top-10 finishes in his last 11 races and three career wins at Kansas. Those endings include seven in the top five.

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