NASCAR: Odds to win the AAA 400 Drive for Autism

The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series will shift into overdrive at Dover International Speedway in Delaware on Sunday and Kyle Busch Shirts the oddsboard for the fourth time in the past five races to win the AAA 400 Drive for Autism.

Busch is listed at +350 in 5Dimes followed closely by Kyle Larson and Kevin Harvick in +550, Martin Truex Jr. at +600, Jimmie Johnson at +750, Chase Elliott at +850, Denny Hamlin, Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano in +1650, and Erik Jones at +2250 to round out the top 10.
Can Jimmie Johnson get his first win of this season?
It has been a storied career for Jimmie Johnson, who may have experienced the most dominant stretch a motorist has had from 2006 to 2016 when he won seven NASCAR Cup championships. However, this season it has been an uphill battle for No. 48 as he’s just managed two top-10 finishes through 10 races.
That being said, his album cannot be denied when looking at his background at Dover International Speedway as he’s taken the checkered flag in this race in four of the last six decades, such as in 2017. At +750, the value might not be there but if you’re into historical trends, the evidence is in the results in regards to Johnson’s chances.
The Cup Championship is between everybody else and Busch When there are still a great deal of races left to go, it’s clear oddsmakers think Kyle Busch will be in contention each Sunday. Busch has been in the top five at the chances for the last five races and can be in the top spot on the chances table to the AAA 400 Drive for Autism.
He may not offer much significance at +350 however he’s won in this track before (2008 and 2010). He has eight top-10 finishes this year including a stretch of three consecutive wins before placing 13th in Talladega last weekend. He has the lead from the Dragon Energy NASCAR Cup standings after 10 races with 447 points.

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