It is true that Kyle Busch is the defending regular season champion of NASCAR. And that he is currently in second place in the standings at this bye week. But it is also true that “Rowdy” is a very unhappy man. Busch has continually complained about the new rules package. Despite his betting on NASCAR success he believes that the new package prevents him from unleashing all of his skill. In fact, Rowdy has stated that anyone could come out of the stands and mash the pedal to the metal. A glance at the standings says otherwise.
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Bye Week Break Standings Leaders
Last year’s playoff champion Joey Logano is atop the MENCS standings. Logano posted a betting on NASCAR at Michigan on June 10. As a result, Kyle Busch went down to second place. Brad Keselowski, Kevin Harvick, and Chase Elliott complete the top five. Following are Martin Truex Jr., Denny Hamlin and Kurt Busch. Ryan Blaney and Alex Bowman round out the top ten. Namely there are some top drivers struggling. In 12th place is Clint Bowyer with Jimmie Johnson 16th. Concurrently the seven-time champion Johnson hasn’t won a race in over two years.
Fashion the online wagering consistency of Kyle Busch. Nobody won more races during the 2018 season. And that is again the case so far for the 2019 campaign. Busch has posted four wins on the season. Further, Rowdy has finished outside the top ten in only one race all season. Correspondingly gamblers appreciate his consistent ability to stay in races. Rowdy is also one of the most versatile drivers in NASCAR. Busch can win at any type of track on the schedule.
Logano’s Understated Excellence
Defending playoff champion Joey Logano is not nearly as flamboyant as Kyle Busch. Yet he has emerged as arguably the second-best driver in MENCS. Logano has posted two wins on the season. Equally important is that Logano has been in the top five a total of eight times.
Equivalent to Logano is his Team Penske teammate Brad Keselowski. The 2012 series champion is in third place entering the bye week. So far this season Keselowski has posted three wins. In view of being a 35-year-old veteran does Keselowski know the ropes. Next, Team Penske will not shortchange its drivers on equipment. Keselowski is one of MENCS most level headed competitors.
Irony of Kevin Harvick
Increasingly Kevin Harvick is an interesting story. Consider that he is in fourth place despite not winning a single race. Supplementing that is Harvick’s consistency. Similarly, to Kyle Busch he has struggled with the new rules package.
The Chase of Elliott
Correlate the emergence of Chase Elliott is a top five contender. Best known as the son of legendary driver Bill Elliott, Chase is a top surprise this year.
Matchup to Watch
Overall Kyle Busch is the understandable betting on NASCAR favorite. Owing to his record and inner drive he makes a strong consideration for the title.
Betting Odds Picks
In this situation Kyle Busch is the best bet to win the MENCS championship.
Betting Online Pick: Kyle Busch
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