NASCAR Betting Turns to Daytona Road Course for NBC Sunday Action!

2020 Go Bowling 235 Road NASCAR Betting Preview, Odds and Analysis

August 12th, 2020 Auto Racing, Online Betting

At the onset of the coronavirus, a pause was the necessity to be flexible. NASCAR has led the way for all sports in that regard. Changing its schedule on the fly has been executed flawlessly. Further, those alterations made for better racing. This week is a great example of turning lemons into lemonade. Losing the popular Watkins Glen race hurt the entire racing community. However, NASCAR found a phenomenal solution. In place of “The Glen” is the Daytona road course. In the modern era, there hasn’t been NASCAR betting action at this venue. Which makes the ultimate handicapping challenge!

2020 NASCAR Cup Series – Go Bowling 235 Road Course Race from Daytona

Date and Time:Sunday, August 16, 2020, 4 p.m. ET
Where:Daytona International Speedway Road Course, Daytona, Florida
Last Year’s Winner:None-This is the inaugural race for this event
TV Coverage:NBC

NACAR Betting Odds at SBG:

Chase Elliott +350
Martin Truex Jr. +500
Kevin Harvick +600
Denny Hamlin +600
Ryan Blaney +800
Brad Keselowski+800
Kyle Busch +1100
Clint Bowyer+1500
Joey Logano +1600
Kurt Busch +2000
Erik Jones +2000
Alex Bowman +2500
Matt DiBenedetto +2500
All Other Drivers +3300 or higher

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Go Bowling 235 Road Course Race from Daytona Overview

Daytona Speedway is world-renowned for its signature event. Specifically, the Daytona 500 is the biggest online betting annual event in racing. Another race held around the Fourth of July is usually held at Daytona too. COVID-19 has sparked creative thinking that otherwise may not have occurred. Also, factoring was that Watkins Glen was canceled from the 2020 schedule. Daytona’s permanent road course will be used for the first time in the modern era.

In sum, the course is 3.57 miles in length. A total of 65 laps will be run with 15 laps in stages one and two. And then 35 laps will be run for the final stage.

NASCAR Cup Standings Leaders

Kevin Harvick leads the NASCAR standings, following are, Denny Hamlin, Brad Keselowski, Joey Logano, and Chase Elliott. Completing the top ten are Ryan Blaney, Martin Truex Jr. Alex Bowman, Austin Dillon, and Cole Custer. Also notable is Aric Almirola (11th), Kyle Busch (12th), Clint Bowyer (13th), Kurt Busch (14th), Jimmie Johnson (16th), and Bubba Wallace (20th).

Go Bowling 235 Top Contenders

#4 Kevin Harvick – Ford – Stewart Haas Racing

Specifically, it’s harder to find a better road course racer than Kevin Harvick. Since February of 2017, he has eight road course starts with seven top tens and a win. Harvick has a series-best six wins on the season.

#19 Martin Truex Jr. – Toyota – Joe Gibbs Racing

In like manner is Martin Truex Jr. a road course killer. Truex’s last eight road course starts show three wins and six top tens finishes.

#9 Chase Elliott – Chevrolet – Hendrick Motorsports

Yet another strong road course racer is Chase Elliott. He has three wins and six top tens in his eight most recent road course start.

Go Bowling 235 Road Course Race from Daytona SBG Free Pick

On this occasion, we get a new NASCAR Betting event with competitors driving blind. No practice, no qualifying, just a green flag to start. All of which gives dominant veteran Kevin Harvick a decided advantage.

Go Bowling 235 Road Course Race from Daytona SBG Free Pick: Kevin Harvick

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