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nascarwagers July 02, 2014, 01:30:10 PM

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Nationwide Series at Daytona

Nationwide Driver Averages at Daytona

Firecracker 250 Entry List


*Darrell Wallace Jr is in the Joe Gibbs Racing #20 car
*Kasey Kahne is driving for JR Motorsports in the #5 car

Opening Odds

Firecracker 250 
  
Kyle Busch+275
Field+400
Joey Logano+550
Regan Smith+700
Kyle Larson+725
Chase Elliot+725
Kasey Kahne+825
Trevor Bayne+950
Elliot Sadler+1100
Ty Dillon+1200
Darrell Wallace Jr+1450
Brian Scott+1650
Joe Nemechek+1700


nascarwagers July 02, 2014, 01:36:12 PM (#1)

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R. Smith +700

Optional July 02, 2014, 02:10:29 PM (#2)

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Like Logano but looking for someone at better odds with a shot.

Brian Scott's record on super speedways is kind of average but i notice all of his Cup starts this year they have run at big tracks so maybe that suggests he might be better now.

Larson was always in with a chance during the Feb race too.

Trident July 02, 2014, 02:16:15 PM (#3)

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*Darrell Wallace Jr is in the Joe Gibbs Racing #20 car
*Kasey Kahne is driving for JR Motorsports in the #5 car


David Ragan is in the #98 car, ran for same team earlier this year at Talladega where he finished 4th and nearly won the race, been a few years since he raced here in a NW car but did have 4 straight top 10 finishes when he raced here regularly in NW series.

Trident July 02, 2014, 02:17:21 PM (#4)

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Joey Logano +550

Field +700

I bet field at DSI where I get Ragan, Kahne and Gaughan in field bet

nascarwagers July 02, 2014, 02:23:33 PM (#5)

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*Darrell Wallace Jr is in the Joe Gibbs Racing #20 car
*Kasey Kahne is driving for JR Motorsports in the #5 car


David Ragan is in the #98 car, ran for same team earlier this year at Talladega where he finished 4th and nearly won the race, been a few years since he raced here in a NW car but did have 4 straight top 10 finishes when he raced here regularly in NW series.

Yeh Ragan is definitely one of those guys in the field bet that can get it done.

Trident July 02, 2014, 02:27:00 PM (#6)

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Like Logano but looking for someone at better odds with a shot.


How about Elliot Sadler.

Finished 5th here in February and won at Talladega back in May, six top tens in last eight races here.

Optional July 02, 2014, 02:44:23 PM (#7)

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Hard to argue with these stats as well





nascarwagers July 02, 2014, 03:33:16 PM (#8)

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I liked Sadler as well, just did not want to look too square picking the last two plate race winners  :lol

dapperandy July 02, 2014, 04:08:35 PM (#9)

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Took Brian Scott +1650, maybe my only win bet for this race.

5mike5 July 02, 2014, 04:09:34 PM (#10)

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I liked Sadler as well, just did not want to look too square picking the last two plate race winners  :lol

YOU GOOGAN!!!!!!

 :lol

i actually wouln't even consider sadler,  but thsts just me

he has gtood finishes here just cantr bring mself to bet $ on him winning a race anymore

nascarwagers July 03, 2014, 12:21:57 PM (#11)

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Just got done watching the Drive4COPD 300, which was the Nationwide Series race at Daytona back in February.

This is not basis for any picks but just a few notes:

@Optional Kwasniewski did do a really good job in that race. Perhaps he is more suited for this type of racing. He ran inside the top 10 nearly entire race and inside top 5 a good bit as well. I still think he somehow finds the wall, but we will see  :lol

*Really surprised at how dominate Kyle Busch's car was in this race. He could suck up to the back of anybody's bumper and push them forward. Really think he made a mistake of trying to position himself behind R.Smith at the end and that had him trapped on the final restart. Obviously I don't advise betting Busch at low odds at a place like this, just stating the facts that his car was very impressive

*Outside of Busch, Sadler ran inside the top 5 more than any other driver

*The #22 car of Keselowski (which will be driven by Joey Logano this week) was leading at the final restart and finished just a few inches back in 2nd.

Potential longshots if the odds are right: Trevor Bayne and Ty Dillon

5mike5 July 03, 2014, 01:08:49 PM (#12)

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good stuff

races for some reason are usuallyu really diff from summerto winer but thats great informaion jay...

ill parlay kyle or joey for sure, and cant bet sadlr just for my own sanity :lol

nascarwagers July 03, 2014, 01:23:52 PM (#13)

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good stuff

races for some reason are usuallyu really diff from summerto winer but thats great informaion jay...

ill parlay kyle or joey for sure, and cant bet sadlr just for my own sanity :lol

I will have to admit Sadler in the Nationwide Series has been what Clint Bowyer has been to me in the Cup Series. Don't know if I have ever hit when I have bet on either. But they sure have fukked me on a couple instances  :lol

nascarwagers July 03, 2014, 02:39:03 PM (#14)

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