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Odds to win the Federated Auto Parts 400: Busch in Pole Position for checkered flag

Odds to win the Federated Auto Parts 400

The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series enters its second race in the Round of 16 format of its playoffs. Brad Keselowski drove to victory lane last week in the South Point 400, clinching his spot in the Round of 12. However, it is Kyle Busch at +250 who has the top odds to win this week’s Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond Raceway.

Bovada has the regular-season champion, Busch, at +250 followed by Kevin Harvick at +400, Martin Truex Jr. at +550, and Brad Keselowski and Kyle Larson at +800 to round out the top five.

Busch looking for the sweep at Richmond this season

Kyle Busch (+250) put on one of his dramatic performances in the first running at Richmond in April of this year. Starting in 32nd place, he picked his way through the field to secure his fifth career victory at the 3/4-mile track. The Nevada native led 32 laps in the win, which was his first at this track since 2013. Busch now looks to become the first driver to pick up two checkered flags at Richmond in a single season since Jimmie Johnson did so in 2007. That win was also Busch’s first top-five finish at this track since the spring race in 2016.

Risky Bet: Brad Keselowski

The popular name around NASCAR over the last three weeks has been Brad Keselowski. Having not carried the checkered flag through the first 24 races of the NASCAR schedule, Keselowski has driven to victory lane in the last three races and is the first driver to secure a spot in the Round of 12. However, the Michigan native hasn’t found much success at Richmond through his career, winning just one race there and posting just four top-five finishes in 18 career starts. His lone win came in 2014 and he has only finished on the podium once since then.

Best Value: Joey Logano

Joey Logano has been fairly dominant at Richmond over the last five years. The Connecticut native has found himself in the top five in seven of the last 11 races at this track, including two victories and five finishes on the podium. Logano qualified third earlier this season, led 92 laps and finished in fourth place. In the night race last year, the 28-year-old failed to lead a lap but finished in second place. At +1000, Logano may be worth a wager as he looks to punch his ticket into the Round of 12.

Here’s a look at the odds for the full field for the Federated Auto Parts 400:

Odds to win The Federated Auto Parts 400

Odds as of September 20 at Bovada

  • Kyle Busch +250
  • Kevin Harvick +400
  • Martin Truex Jr. +550
  • Brad Keselowski +800
  • Kyle Larson +800
  • Denny Hamlin +850
  • Joey Logano +1000
  • Clint Bowyer +1400
  • Chase Elliott +1600
  • Aric Almirola +2500
  • Kurt Busch +2600
  • Erik Jones +3500
  • Ryan Blaney +3500
  • Jimmie Johnson +5000
  • Alex Bowman +9000
  • Ryan Newman +9000
  • Daniel Suarez +10000
  • William Byron +17500
  • Austin Dillon +20000
  • Jamie McMurray +20000
  • Paul Menard +20000
  • Ricky Stenhouse Jr. +30000
  • Matt Kenseth +25000
  • Timmy Hill +50000
  • Regan Smith +100000
  • A.J. Allmendinger +100000
  • Chris Buescher +100000
  • Darrell Wallace Jr. +100000
  • Michael McDowell +200000
  • Ty Dillon +200000
  • David Ragan +250000
  • Ross Chastain +300000
  • BJ McLeod +400000
  • Cole Custer +400000
  • Corey LaJoie +400000
  • Jeffrey Earnhardt +400000
  • Joey Gase +400000
  • Matt DiBenedetto +400000
  • Alon Day +500000
  • Landon Cassill +500000

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