NASCAR Betting: 2015 Toyota Owners 400 Picks

We have another night race this Saturday, as the Toyota Owners 400 will be held at the Richmond International Raceway. Several drivers have excellent track form and it’s unlikely we’ll see a high-priced winner this weekend, although anything can happen.

Odds to Win the Toyota Owners 400

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Four drivers are paying 6/1 or less in the outright winners market, while a total of six drivers are paying less than 10/1 odds. There isn’t going to be a ton of value at Richmond, as the same few drivers tend to rise to the top when there’s a race on this track.

Kevin Harvick +450
Jimmie Johnson +600
Brad Keselowski +600
Joey Logano +600
Kurt Busch +700
Matt Kenseth +900
Jeff Gordon +1100
Dale Earnhardt Jr. +1200
Denny Hamlin +1200
Carl Edwards +1200
Kasey Kahne +1800
Kyle Larson +2000
Martin Truex Jr. +2500
Jamie McMurray +2800
Ryan Newman +4000
Tony Stewart +4000
David Ragan +5000
Clint Bowyer +5000
Greg Biffle +7500
Chase Elliott +10000
Austin Dillon +10000
Paul Menard +10000
Aric Almirola +10000
Danica Patrick +20000
A.J. Allmendinger +25000
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. +30000
Sam Hornish Jr. +50000
Trevor Bayne +50000
Justin Allgaier +50000
Brett Moffitt +50000
Casey Mears +50000
J.J Yeley +100000
Jeb Burton +100000
David Gilliland +100000
Cole Whitt +100000
Reed Sorenson +100000
Brendan Gaughan +100000
Josh Wise +100000
Alex Bowman +100000
Matt Dibenedetto +100000
Michael Annett +100000
Alex Kennedy +100000
Ron Hornaday +100000
Joey Gase +100000
Landon Cassill +100000

2015 Toyota Owners 400 Race Preview

Kevin Harvick (+450) is the outright favorite to win. He has the third best driver rating at Richmond in the last two years (four races) and he won this race in 2013. His best finish since winning is 5th place though; and at under 5/1 odds I won’t be betting Harvick.

Jimmie Johnson (+600), Brad Keselowski (+600) and Joey Logano (+600) are all next in the market. Johnson has three wins on this track back in 2007 and 2008, but he has been terrible in recent years at Richmond and you can rule him out right away.

Keselowski has the highest driver rating in the last two years on this track. Last year he finished 4th place in this race and won the race on this track later in the year in September as well. Keselowski dominated this track last year and that could continue.

Logano won this race last year and finished 6th place in the race in September. Logano will likely contend with Keselowski again at the top. Both drivers have a win in 2015 already. Logano is having a great year and he’s in 2nd place in the Sprint Cup standings.

Kurt Busch (+700) has had mild success recently at Richmond, but I don’t expect him to be a contender to win. Matt Kenseth (+900) is the final driver paying under 10/1 odds. He won the race last weekend, but he isn’t going to win two in a row.

I’m sure Carl Edwards (+1200) will be a popular pick, as he won at Richmond back in 2013, but last year he struggled in both races and didn’t lead a single lap. Edwards isn’t likely to contend and I’ll likely be betting against him in match-up markets this weekend.

Clint Bowyer (+5000) isn’t a driver I’ll bet to win, but I’ll be using him in match-up markets. Bowyer won on this track in 2012 and he has two top three finishes in the last two years as well at Richmond. Bowyer will get his first top ten finish since the Daytona 500.

Another driver that’ll be popular is Jeff Gordon (+1100) and he has a good chance to win. He finished in 2nd place in both of the races in Richmond last year. At 11/1 odds you can’t go wrong with Gordon this week. I’m betting on Keselowski and Gordon.

· My Picks: Brad Keselowski +600 & Jeff Gordon +1100

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