The following are the auto racing betting odds to win the NASCAR Truck Series Next Era Energy Resources 250 – the first race of the 2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series – for fans who like to bet on auto racing at SBG Global online sportsbook this Saturday, February the 24th:
Austin Cindric +2500. Cindric hopes to improve on his 2016 Camping World Truck Series performance, in which he ran in four races but did not crack the top 10 in any of them.
Brett Moffitt +2000. Moffitt won out of the six races in which he participated in 2016; to with, the LTi Printing 200 at Michigan International Speedway.
Christopher Bell +800. Bell started in all 23 races last year and won one – the Drivin’ for Linemen 200 at Gateway Motorsports Park – and finished 3rd in the Drivers’ Championship.
Grant Enfinger +1400. Enfinger won his first career pole for last season’s NextEra Energy Resources 250, and he also won his first career Truck race; the Fred’s 250 Powered by Coca-Cola at Talladega.
Joe Nemechek +1200. The veteran skipped the 2016 Camping World Truck Series but will drive the No. 87 truck in the first three races of the 2017 season.
John Hunter Nemecheck +1000. The younger Nemecheck won two races in 2016 (the Active Pest Control 200 and the Chevrolet Silverado 250) and finished 8th in the general standings.
Johnny Sauter +300. The 2016 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion is also the auto racing betting odds-on favorite to win the first even of this season.
Matt Crafton +600. Fans who bet on auto racing like Crafton and with good reason; he won two back-to-back races in the 2016 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series – the Dover 200 and the North Carolina Education Lottery 200 – and finished second in the standings.
Myatt Snider +2500. Snider made Camping World Truck Series debut last year in Lucas Oil 150, starting 19th and finishing 17th. Snider will pilot the No. 51 Kyle Busch Motorsports truck for eight races this season.
Noah Gragson +2500. Gragson was hired by Kyle Busch Motorsports to race in the Camping World Truck Series this year, in preparation for which he drove the No. 18 Toyota from KBM at the Phoenix International Raceway and Homestead-Miami Speedway in 2016, qualifying 14th and 10th and finishing in 16th and 15th place respectively.
Regan Smith +700. Smith has not competed in the Camping Word Truck Series since 2008 but returns as a favorite of fans who bet on auto racing.
Ryan Truex +2200. Truex had 15 starts in 2016, one of which was a top 5 finish, and another four were top 10 finishes.
Spencer Gallagher +1800. Gallagher finished in 12th place in the 2016 Camping World Truck Series standings with 402 points.
Timothy Peters +400. Another auto racing betting favorite, Peters participated in all 33 events last season, and finished in the top 5 in eight races, and in the top 10 in 16 (good for 4th place overall).
FIELD (Any Other) +1000.