This week NASCAR heads to Bristol Raceway for the Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race. Our expert Ms. V weighs out the variables and gives out her value picks to win.
We head to Michigan this week for the second time this racing season. The Michigan track showcases horsepower with speeds reaching over 200 mph. Which drivers and teams does this benefit? Read on to get V’s breakdown and three potential picks that could help pad your bankroll.
NASCAR moves to the Watkins Glen International for the GoBowling.com at the Glen. Our resident NASCAR expert will look to double up after nailing last week’s winner at 10-1 as her middle of the pack pick. Get V’s track and driver analysis and her top contender, middle of the road and longshot picks to potentially cash in on this week.
This week’s NASCAR race is at Pocono, one of the driver’s least favorite tracks on the circuit. Anything can happen here, and Ms. Vroom takes that into consideration when making here value picks for the Gander RV 400. Check it out.
Betting preview of the 2019 Foxwoods Resort & Casino 301 race. V gives her insight on the type of driver who succeeds here and gives out a trio of driver picks to win based on value including a 30-1 bomb that could pad your bankroll.
Martin Truex Jr. has been nothing short of dominant here. He won both races and all four stages over the past two years, but is he worth the 7/2 odds to win? Get V’s top three value picks to win the race outright and use in your driver versus driver match-up bets.
This weekend we all move on into a new time, sadly without Darrell Waltrip. Drivers, teams, and fans are heading to Chicagoland this Sunday. We are back to the ovals. This track is a 1.5-mile asphalt oval with 18 degree banking in the turns, 11 degrees on the frontstretch, and 5 degrees on the backstretch. We’re going back to this God forsaken aero package! But lets get back to making this week’s NASCAR selections
This weekend, the drivers are heading to a totally different style of track. It’s one of the few times of the year that we get to see drivers turn right and utilize skills outside of an oval track. Sonoma is a road course that showcases some serious driving talent from many drivers and then also some lack of skill from others. Let’s take a look at the betting opportunities and odds at the Sonoma Raceway.
This weekend the teams are headed to Michigan. This track is a 2-mile D-shaped oval boasting 18 degrees of banking in the turns, 12 degrees on the front-stretch, and 5 degrees on the backstretch. This track has more banking and more grooves than Pocono. There should not be much in the way of passing. What drivers does the course favor? Virginia breaks it down and gives her NASCAR picks
This weekend, we are headed to the Tricky Triangle. Pocono is a track that we loathe. It rains. It rains a lot. It rains all the time. If it doesn’t rain, I’ll be shocked. In fact, it is scheduled to rain this Sunday. Shocking. Regardless, this track is weird. It is a 2.5 mile asphalt track with only 3 turns. It boasts 14 degree banking in turn 1, 9 degree banking in turn 2, and 6 degree banking in turn 3. Virginia Vroom hopes to boast some banking of her own as she makes her Pocono 400 picks.