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eNASCAR: iRacing Short-Track Challenge Odds

iRacing Short-Track Challenge Betting Odds

Online eNASCAR’s iRacing Pro Invitational Series has been filling the void of live sports very well and esports as a whole are taking off. William Byron became the latest winner in the Series, grabbing the checkered flag at Bristol this past weekend.

He was the third driver to go to victory lane through the first three races, and now we have a four-night tournament taking place this week in an iRacing Short-Track Challenge. Byron is the favorite to win this challenge with odds of +260.

Online sportsbook BetOnline has the odds to win each race, which drivers will advance to the championship race on Thursday and who will win the overall tournament. The latest winner, William Byron, is favored at +260, followed by Timmy Hill at +450, Denny Hamlin at +650, Dale Earnhardt Jr. at +900 and Parker Kligerman at +1200 to round out the top five drivers on the oddsboard.

Here’s a look at the full list of odds to win the iRacing Short-Track Challenge:

Odds To Win the eNASCAR Short-track iRacing Challenge
WinnerOdds
William Byron+260
Timmy Hill +450
Denny Hamlin+650
Dale Earnhardt Jr. +900
Parker Kligerman+1200
Landon Cassill+1400
Ryan Preece+1400
Chase Briscoe+1600
Matt DiBenedetto+1600
Christopher Bell+1800
Kyle Busch+2500
Bubba Wallace+3300
Justin Allgaier+3300
Kyle Larson+3300
Tyler Reddick+3300
Austin Dillon+5000
Harrison Burton+5000
Myatt Snider+6600

Odds as of April 8 at BetOnline

What Is The Format For The eNASCAR Short-Track Challenge?

As mentioned off the top, this is a four-night event with a race taking place each night at 7 p.m. ET from Monday to Thursday. The preliminary races occupy the first three nights, with six drivers in each event and the top two drivers advancing to the championship race Thursday. All of these races will be aired on NBCSN.

The four tracks chosen for the challenge are short tracks, as the event’s name suggests, with the longest being Monday’s race at Rockingham Speedway, which is just over a mile. Tuesday’s race was on the 3/8-mile dirt track of Lucas Oil Speedway. On Wednesday, the final preliminary race is at the 1/2-mile oval of Myrtle Beach Speedway. Lastly, the championship race will take at the paperclip aka Martinsville Speedway, which is a half-mile.

The competitors in this tournament in order of their nightly race are: 

Monday: Kyle Busch, William Byron, Austin Dillon, Parker Kligerman, Tyler Reddick and Bubba Wallace.

Tuesday: Justin Allgaier, Christopher Bell, Chase Briscoe, Harrison Burton, Denny Hamlin and Kyle Larson.

Wednesday: Landon Cassill, Matt DiBenedetto, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Timmy Hill, Ryan Preece and Myatt Snider.

William Byron won Monday’s race, winning both heats and advancing to the finals on Thursday. Kyle Busch ended up finishing second and he too advanced to Thursday’s race. 

At Lucas Oil Speedway, three drivers advanced to the championship race after Christopher Bell and Kyle Larson each won a heat race, while Denny Hamlin earned a Peacock Provisional “for making the race interesting.” Hamlin wrecked Bell coming across the finish line in the second heat, finishing second with Bell winning.

Myrtle Beach Speedway Betting Odds

The final qualifying race for the short-track challenge is Myrtle Beach Speedway and there are two bets I like for tonight’s race. The first is Timmy Hill to win the race at +155. Hill has finished in the top three in each of the first three iRacing Pro Invitational Series events, including a win at Texas. 

The second wager I like for Myrtle Beach Speedway is Ryan Preece to advance to the finals at +160. Preece has been competitive in his three Pro Invitational Series races, landing in the top 10 in each running, including a second-place finish at Texas just behind Hill. Preece and Dale Earnhardt Jr. should battle pretty hard for that spot but I like Preece’s chances.

Here’s a look at the full list of odds for Myrtle Beach Speedway:

Odds to Win Myrtle Beach Speedway
WinnerOdds
Timmy Hill+155
Dale Earnhardt Jr.+325
Landon Cassill+450
Ryan Preece+450
Matt DiBenedetto+600
Myatt Snider+2500

Odds as of April 8 at BetOnline

Will Dale Earnhardt Jr. Advance to the Finals?
WinnerOdds
No-150
Yes+110

Odds as of April 8 at BetOnline

Will Landon Cassill Advance to the Finals?
WinnerOdds
No-225
Yes+160

Odds as of April 8 at BetOnline

Will Matt DiBenedetto Advance to the Finals?
WinnerOdds
No-280
Yes+185

Odds as of April 8 at BetOnline

Will Myatt Snider Advance to the Finals?
WinnerOdds
No-700
Yes+400

Odds as of April 8 at BetOnline

Will Ryan Preece Advance to the Finals?
WinnerOdds
No-225
Yes+160

Odds as of April 8 at BetOnline

Will Timmy Hill Advance to the Finals?
WinnerOdds
No+100
Yes-140

Odds as of April 8 at BetOnline