Chedder's 300

  • Chase Briscoe has the shortest odds to win the Cheddar’s 300 at +300.
  • Justin Allgaier (+325) and Ross Chastain (+750) round out the top 3.
  • Longshot NASCAR odds on AJ Allmendinger (+1400) could reward those betting the Cheddar’s 300.

BRISTOL, Conn. – The legendary half-mile at Bristol Motor Speedway plays host to Monday’s Xfinity Series race as drivers will attempt to conquer the track.

The Cheddar’s 300 begins at 7 p.m. EST and features Harrison Burton sitting in pole position. Burton sits fourth in the overall Xfinity series standings behind a win and four top five finishes this season already.

However, points leader Chase Briscoe still possesses the shortest odds to win at legal sportsbooks.

NASCAR Xfinity Series – Odds to Win Cheddar’s 300

  • Chase Briscoe +300
  • Justin Allgaier +325
  • Ross Chastain +750
  • Austin Cindric +800
  • Brandon Jones +800
  • Harrison Burton +900
  • Daniel Hemric +1100
  • AJ Allmendinger +1400
  • Noah Gragson +1500

Following Burton behind the starting line will be Brandon Jones, and Austin Cindric and Justin Haley in row two.

Also in tonight’s race is AJ Allmendinger, who will be making his first Xfinity Series start of the season.

While Allmendinger hasn’t competed in the Xfinity series this year, he has a strong record in the series including three wins and five top-five finishes in only 16 career Xfinity races.

At +1400, Allmendinger offers some amazing value for his track record.

Another facet of note for this race is the field will be without Kyle Busch, who will be sitting out today’s race after a fourth-place finish yesterday in the Cup Series race at Bristol.

Busch has been a dominant force in the Xfinity Series this season, with oddsmakers typically placing him as the race favorite when he competes.

His absence will certainly open up the field for other competitors.

Will the pandemic and current social justice issues have taken a toll on this countries spirit, sports like NASCAR that can still find a way to provide their quality product are as important now as ever before.

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