Camping World 400 from Chicagoland Speedway

Chicagoland Returns for Betting on NASCAR Sunday Action

June 27th, 2019 Auto Racing, Offshore Betting

Following last week’s race at Sonoma is a changing of the guard. The road race held on Sunday was the final broadcast of the season for the FOX crew. And the farewell of longtime commentator Darrell Waltrip. Now the handoff is being made to the NBC crew. Which means we will be treated to Dale Earnhardt Jr. and friends. Further, NASCAR heads back to the oval of Chicagoland Speedway. Many gamblers consider last year’s betting on NASCAR Chicago race among the best in 2018. With the drive to the playoffs in full throttle Sunday should offer white hot racing excitement.

Camping World 400 from Chicagoland Speedway

Date and Time:Sunday, June 30, 2019, 3 p.m. ET
Location:Chicagoland Speedway, Joliet, Illinois
Camping World 400 TV Coverage:NBCSN

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Camping World 400 From Chicagoland Speedway Overview

Initially Chicagoland Speedway opened in 2001 with the Tropicana 400. This race has ben run under various names ever since. Chicagoland is 1.5 miles in length with four turns at 18-degree banking. Additionally, the front stretch has 11-degree banking. Seating capacity is 47,000. Kyle Busch took the checkers in thrilling fashion at Chicagoland last season. Prior to that Martin Truex Jr. posted consecutive betting on NASCAR wins in 2017 and 2018. While Denny Hamlin was the 2015 champion at Chicago. Brad Keselowski won in 2014. Kevin Harvick won the first two Chicagoland races in 2001 and 2002.

Logano Leads Current Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Standings

To begin with Joey Logano is the defending MENCS playoff champion. And he leads the standings heading into Chicago. Logano has posted two offshore betting wins on the season. He took the checkers at Michigan and Las Vegas. Further, Logano has finished in the top ten in 11 out of 16 races. Logano has never won at Chicago in 10 starts. But he has six top ten finishes with an average finish of 12.4.

More Rowdy Times

Second place belongs to 2018 regular season champion Kyle Busch. Rowdy has four wins on the season. Kyle won at Phoenix, California, Bristol, and Pocono. Most important of all is that Busch has finished in the top ten 15 out of 16 times. Busch has two wins and eight top tens in 14 Chicagoland starts. And his average finish there is 10.6.

Consistent Kevin Harvick

Namely few drivers can match third place Kevin Harvick for his remarkable consistency. Harvick is yet to win a race in 2019. But he has finished in the top ten in 11 out of 16 races. Correspondingly he has two wins and 11 top ten finishes in 18 Chicagoland starts. With an average finish of 11.2.

Truex Jr. Em4erges as Top Contender

Accordingly, 2017 MENCS champion Martin Truex Jr. is fifth in the standings. Truex Jr. is in good form after a win at Sonoma last week. He has four wins in his last eight starts. He has two wins and five top tens in 13 Chicago starts.

Matchup to Watch

Commencing with this week Kyle Busch is the man to watch. His consistency and good betting on NASCAR marks at Chicagoland make him the best choice.

Chicagoland Speedway NASCAR Betting Odds Picks

In sum Kyle Busch is primed to make his charge towards the playoffs.

NASCAR Betting Online Pick: Kyle Busch

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