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2019 Quaker State 400 Odds – Driver Match-Ups Picks

Race: Quaker State 400

Date: Saturday, July 13, 2019
Track: Kentucky Speedway
Time: 7:30pm ET
Channel: NBCSN
What We Learned From Last Weekend
Have you heard the name Justin Haley yet? Otherwise, you will be hearing lots of it going ahead. Haley won his first NASCAR Cup Series race in only 3 begins this Sunday following the race was postponed because of rain and then shortened because of more rain. There are a LOT of crying drivers and fans fussing because NASCAR called the race, but yall have to realize that I agree with NASCAR’s decision this time around, and that’s saying a great deal. NASCAR already held away from running entirely in order that they could try and run a complete race on Sunday. Then the rain hit again. And it was not just a drizzle. The monitor and infield were completely waterlogged. Merely to dry the track would have taken a few hours and of itself and, very frankly, the teams and drivers were ready to proceed to Kentucky.
The funny thing is that I was frustrated with the way in which the race stopped as well. The”big one” literally just occurred. A substantial part of the field was wiped out, hence why Haley ended up at the front of the pack. That having been said, there were still a few motorists who could have potentially gotten upfront once again, most especially Joey Logano, that had been the class of this area throughout the majority of the race. That being said, sometimes that is racing. We can not control every element. There is no way to generate a perfect race. Clint Bowyer was anyway, y???all. Following being busted by Austin Dillon, he was ready to get the hell out of dodge. As he explained, they had been in Daytona for 84 times . Anyways, your top 10 finishers from Daytona really are a tiny bit different. These are probably some of the best finishes for lots of these men. After Haley has been William Byron, Jimmie Johnson, Ty Dillon, and Ryan Newman to round out the top five. Corey Lajoie, Aric Almirola, Matt DiBenedetto, Matt Tifft, and Kurt Busch finished out the top ten. Do not expect a repeat of this at Kentucky. No disrespect to the drivers in this group, but this was obviously a result of a Daytona race. The better half of the area had been wiped out and then rain. It was the perfect storm for all these young guns to hold their spot upfront.
Where Are We Headed This Weekend?
Kentucky is generally a fun race to watch. We see a lot of tire problems and also notice that track position is essential here. This path is a 1.5-mile asphalt oval. Its layout isn’t as cookie-cutter as a number of the additional intermediate tracks. Banking in turns 1 and 2 is at 17 levels while 3 and 4 are at 14 degrees. There is a tri-oval with variable banking from 8 to 10 degrees. The right is a mild 4 degrees of banks. The caveat to the weekend’s race is that it’s a night race. There will be different track conditions with a cooler trail, meaning the speeds should be quicker than our typical day race . We also *should* see passing under these conditions, but again, I’m not holding my breath based on what we’ve already seen (or not seen) this year. Regardless, something about running under the lights constantly makes for a better race no matter what.
Odds and Potential Winners Heading Into Kentucky
When it comes to our potential winner , there is a fairly clear favorite, and I am definitely choosing him. Martin Truex Jr. has been nothing short of dominant here. He’s won both races and all four stages over the past couple of decades. Truex Jr is doing a great job this year so far if he is not complaining about someone racing him. That having been said, he’ll need to compete with the Penske garage and the Gibbs guys since they have been the class of the area concerning intermediate tracks. Although Logano is still searching for his first win at Kentucky, he is consistently upfront. With the way that his year is going so much, I would have a gander and state that he’s got a good opportunity to pull off that Saturday night. Let us take a look at your prospective winners going in this weekend’s race:
Winner: Martin Truex Jr. (7-2)
Middle of the Road: Kyle Larson (12-1)
Dark Horse: Ryan Blaney (20-1)
Blaney is a Penske driver. That tells you that he has got an edge. That advantage is only superseded by his own talent. Blaney is fighting a streak of bad luck, but he has also got a great deal of confidence for a young driver. We are headed into a trail where he had a second-place end this past year, therefore this should be a superb chance for him to get back on the right track. Kyle Larson was the man to beat on the intermediate tracks. He had been on fire. This season, the team can not seem to get out of the pits without incident or keep their automobile consistent from the second half of their race. If Kyle can get the stars to align and get back to what we’re used to seeing from him, this might just be his weekend. He started off the year fine but has steadily fallen off throughout the summer. Let us take a look at find out where the rest stand following Daytona’s *ahem* intriguing end.
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Quaker State 400 Odds to Win
1. Joey Logano (8-1)
2. Kyle Busch (5-1)
3. Kevin Harvick (5-1)
4. Brad Keselowski (8-1)
5. Martin Truex Jr. (7-2)
6. Denny Hamlin (20-1)
7. Chase Elliott (10-1)
8. Kurt Busch (25-1)
9. Alex Bowman (20-1)
10. Aric Almirola (40-1)
11. Ryan Blaney (20-1)
12. William Byron (40-1)
13. Jimmie Johnson (25-1)
14. Kyle Larson (12-1)
15. Clint Bowyer (25-1)
16. Ryan Newman (200-1)
Newman is presently sitting on the bubble, and bad Clint Bowyer is not far behind. Bowyer was spending the better part of this year in the top 10 and has dropped pretty far in the last few weeks. Bowyer requires some redemption. He’ll be driving aggressively this weekend if I must guess. They will all be pursuing Truex, however. He will be the man to beat along with Kyle Busch and essentially the entire Penske garage. Stay tuned for a fantastic night of racing at Kentucky Speedway!

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