Odds to Win the NASCAR Nationwide Sargento 200 – Kurt Busch is Favorite
The Sprint Cup Series is not the only opportunity to bet NASCAR, as the Nationwide Series comes to us Saturday from Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin for the running of the Sargento 200.
This year marks just the 3rd time this event has taken place and it is run over a road course. Kurt Busch is the favorite at +200. Busch is a strong driver when it comes to Nationwide. Out of 8 races so far this season he has four top 5’s and seven top 10’s. He has 4 Nationwide wins in his career, but none so far this season. A win would do Kurt good with all the issues he has going on with NASCAR.
Ron Fellows is right behind Busch at +300. Fellows is a specialist when it comes to these road races. This is his first Nationwide race of the season. His only 2 wins out of 17 Nationwide career races have both been on road courses, so keep an eye on this driver. It might not be much of a payout, but I really like his chances on Saturday.
Jacques Villeneuve is another road specialist who is also racing in his first Nationwide race of the year. He has no wins in Nationwide, but has three top 5 finishes. It will be interesting to see if one of these gunslinger road specialists can take the checkered flag.
If you are only betting NASCAR on the Sprint Cup Series, you are only betting half the NASCAR available to you. Enjoy the race and good luck!
Odds to win the Sargento 200:
Kurt Busch +200
Ron Fellows +300
Jacques Villeneuve +450
Max Papis +600
Sam Hornish Jr +700
Michael McDowell +900
Elliott Sadler +900
Austin Dillon +1500
Ricky Stenhouse +1500
Nelson Piquet Jr +1500
Justin Allgaier +1500
Victor Gonzalez Jr +2000
Danica Patrick +3000
Miguel Paludo +3000
Michael Annett +3000
Full odds at America's Bookie.
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