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Auto Racing Betting Odds to Win the Powershares QQQ 300

March 16, 2017 Auto Racing

Here are the auto racing betting odds to win the 2017 NASCAR Xfinity Series season-opening Powershares QQQ 300 on Saturday at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, for people who like to bet on auto racing at SBG sportsbook:

Aric Almirola +1200. The Cuban Missile had 10 Xfinity starts in 2016 and won one – the Subway Firecracker 250. Almirola finished in the top 5 once and in the top 10 four times.

Austin Dillon +600. Dillon competed in 19 Xfinity races in 2016 and won two of them; the California 300 and the Food City 300. He had 11 top 5 starts and 16 top 10 starts.

Brad Keselowski +450. Keselowski had 15 starts but no wins in the 2016 Xfinity season; he finished second in the O’Reilly Auto Parts 300 and third in three other races. He’s also heavily favored by fans who bet on auto racing to win this year’s Powershares QQQ 300.

Brendan Gaughan +3000. Gaughan had four top 5 finishes and 16 top 10 finishes out of 33 starts in 2016.

Brennan Poole +2500. Poole made all 33 starts in the 2016 Xfinity, finishing at least 4th five times and at least 10th on 17 occasions.

Cole Custer +3000. Custer had five starts in the previous Xfinity Series season; he finished in the top 5 once and twice in the top 10.

Daniel Hemric +2000. Hemric joined Richard Childress Racing in 2017 and will run the full Xfinity Series schedule as well as compete for Rookie of the Year.

Daniel Suarez +900. Suarez is the 2016 NASCAR Xfinity Series champion but will not defend his title due to him racing in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series as well. Which does not diminish his auto racing betting odds to win the 2017 Powershares QQQ 300.

Darrell Wallace Jr +2000. Wallace did not miss a single Xfinity Series race in 2016 but did not win any either.

Elliott Sadler +800. Sadler participated in all 33 Xfinity races last season and finished three in first place: the Sparks Energy 300, the VFW Sport Clips Help a Hero 200, and the VisitMyrtleBeach.com 300.

Erik Jones +900. Jones won four races out of 33 last year in the Xfinity series; namely, the Fitzgerald Glider Kits 300, the Dover 200, the U.S. Cellular 250, and the Chicagoland 300.

Justin Allgaier +1200. Allgaier had 33 starts last Xfinity Series’ season, finished in the top 5 on 13 occasions, and 27 times in the top 10.

Kasey Kahne +900. Kahne’s single 2016 Xfinity start was precisely the PowerShares QQQ 300, which he finished in 3rd place after leading 30 of the 120 laps.

Matt Tifft +2500. Tifft had 10 starts in 2016 NASCAR Xfinity Series, half of which were top 5 finishes.

Ty Dillon +1200. Dillon competed in all 33 2016 NASCAR Xfinity Series races, positing nine top 5 and 17 top 10 finishes.

William Byron +1200. Byron and Hendrick Motorsports signed a multi-year deal in Aug. 2016 that will see Byron running full-time in the Xfinity Series for JR Motorsports in 2017. Can you say auto betting racing dark horse?

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