NASCAR at Chicago: Odds, prediction, sleepers, drivers to watch for Camping World 400

Could we have a end this weekend again? There may have been no better end to a race compared to the one we had last year at Chicagoland Speedway as Kyle Larson and Kyle Busch dueled down the previous lap knocking off each other lines into the bud.
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If you didn’t like this… we’ve got nothing for you. Wow.
Kyle Busch and Kyle Larson BEAT AND BANG for the W.
Five wins this year for the No. 18 team.
12:37 AM – Jul 2, 2018
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Ads information and solitude Finally, Busch came away with the win and can be appropriately once again favored to win this race in 3/1. He is a great choice. He is a fantastic intermediate racer, remains the most consistent driver across every show, is the defending champion and has two wins in his past 11 races at the monitor and seven top-10 endings to go with this.
The betting starts with Busch this week, but Martin Truex Jr. is coming off of a win last week and also loves 1.5-mile tracks. He’ll be a tough driver.
We are going to pick Brad Keselowski to win this race, even however, since he has two wins, also, at Chicago in his last seven trips and has not finished outside the top 10 since 2010.
The Camping World 400 takes place Sunday at 3 p.m. ET on FS1.
What are the odds for Chicago?
Kyle Busch 3/1
Kevin Harvick 9/2
Martin Truex Jr. 8/1
Brad Keselowski 8/1
Joey Logano 8/1
Chase Elliott 10/1
Kyle Larson 10/1
Denny Hamlin 18/1
Clint Bowyer 18/1
Ryan Blaney 20/1
Kurt Busch 20/1
Erik Jones 20/1
Aric Almirola 30/1
Jimmie Johnson 30/1
Alex Bowman 30/1
Daniel Suarez 40/1
William Byron 80/1
Austin Dillon 100/1
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 100/1
Daniel Hemric 200/1
Paul Menard 200/1
Ryan Newman 300/1
Chris Buescher 300/1
Matt DiBenedetto 300/1
Ryan Preece 1000/1
Ty Dillon 1000/1
Michael McDowell 2000/1
David Ragan 2000/1
Darrell „Bubba“ Wallace Jr. 2000/1
Field (all others) 1000/1
Which NASCAR drivers if you see at the Camping World 400?
Joey Logano didn’t have a fantastic week in Sonoma a week, but he’ll be delighted to contact intermediate racing, He already has one win this year in a 1.5-mile course (Las Vegas) and he’s got a runner-up, as well, in Charlotte. Add that to five straight top 10s at Chicago and six from seven and he will likely factor in the race in the end.

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