Odds to Win the NASCAR NAPA Auto Parts 200 – Kyle Busch is the Favorite
The NASCAR Nationwide series travels north of the border this week to Circuit Gilles Villaneuve in Montreal, Canada. The Napa Auto Parts 200 will be run on Saturday and oddsmakers have Kyle Busch at the favorite.
For the life of me I can’t figure why the oddsmakers keep tapping Busch as the favorite. He hasn’t won a Nationwide Series race this year and only has two top 5 finishes. He has 3 DNF’s in 12 races. In other words bet him to win here if you like giving your money away. Enough said.
Ron Fellows at +350 is much more realistic here. I’m not saying he will win but he is the type of driver that thrives on this kind of track. He is a road race specialist which translates well to Circuit Gilles Villaneuve. He won the event back in ’08 and has finished in the top 5 of both Nationwide races he has run this year. I have yet to decide for sure but am leaning heavily towards him on Saturday.
Villeneuve at +450 doesn’t excite me very much but he is a road specialist too. He has never won on the Nationwide circuit and has only raced on Nationwide event this year where he finished 6th. If you want to take a chance and have a little fun, consider Elliot Sadler at +1250 or Austin Dillon at +2000. Sadler is #1 in the point standings and Dillon is #4. I don’t see why one of these guys couldn’t win it and the payoff would be nice.
Odds to win the NAPA Auto Parts 200:
Kyle Busch +200
Ron Fellows +350
Jacques Villeneuve +450
Sam Hornish Jr +450
Alex Tagliani +700
Justin Allgaier +700
Full odds at America's Bookie.
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