December 7, 2022

FIREKEEPERS CASINO 400|Brickyard-Michigan

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It’s Sunday so that means Nascar action back on track and this weekend we are at Michigan International Speedway for the Firekeepers Casino 400.

  • Date: Sunday, August 22, 2021
  • TV-Time: NBCSN, 3:00 p.m. ET
  • Venue: Michigan International Speedway
  • Location: Brooklyn, Michigan
  • Distance: 400 miles, 200 laps
  • Defending Champion: Kevin Harvick

We are two races away from the playoffs of Nascar where 14 Playoff spots have already have been decided, leaving two up for grabs in the final two regular-season events.
Prior to this race drivers Kevin Harvick and Tyler Reddick currently occupy the final two Playoff spots on points, but as we know anything can change in the blink of an eye.

For those looking to wager on today’s race check out our freinds at AmericasBookie

FireKeepers Casino 400 Driver Winner Odds
Kyle Larson +260

Kyle Busch +700

Kevin Harvick +700

Martin Truex Jr. +750

Chase Eliott +800

Denny Hamlin +900

Alex Bowman +1200

William Byron +1400

Brad Keselowski +1600

Joey Logano +1600

Harvick has won the last three races at the track, including a doubleheader sweep last year and right now you can get him at +700.

Kyle Bush finished second and first in the two races on the Pocono doubleheader weekend, and then ran second in an Atlanta start he might have won had he not been blocked late.

Kevin Harvick and Kyle Larson have combined to win seven of the last nine at Michigan, though Larson’s most recent triumph there came in 2017.

Chase Elliott has yet to win in Michigan but he has finished second three times, placed worse than ninth just once in 10 career starts and owns the best average finish (7.7) of any active driver at Michigan.

Prop Bets

The following is a list of interesting parlays and props being offered

Kyle Busch, top-five: -120

Best Finish Position — Race: Brad Keselowski -110 over Joey Logano

Kyle Busch and Kyle Larson both to finish in top five: +175

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