- The NASCAR Xfinity Series race set to run Tuesday night from Darlington raceway has been postponed due to inclement weather.
- The Toyota 200 will now be held on Thursday at noon EST.
- Kyle Busch still has the shortest odds for victory at -140 with the next shortest odds being Chase Briscoe at +600.
DARLINGTON, S.C. – Tuesday’s Xfinity Series race was all set to go last night before Mother Nature made her all-powerful decision to postpone the contest.
After rain dumped across the state of South Carolina, NASCAR was forced to act.
The new set time for the race will be Thursday at noon EST since Darlington Raceway has to play host to the Cup Series race Wednesday night.
Those wondering how this affects their bets will be pleased to know that most of the odds have remained the same. Any previous action taken on the race will still be held by the books but bettors will now have some more time to revisit their bets and take a closer look at some new intriguing head-to-head matchups.
As far as the overall winner goes, Kyle Busch still possesses dominatingly short odds at -140.
Toyota 200 @ Darlington Raceway – Winner
- Kyle Busch -140
- Chase Briscoe +600
- Harrison Burton +800
- Justin Allgaier +1000
- Noah Gragson +1000
- Brandon Jones +1200
- Austin Cindric +1600
- Ross Chastain +1600
- Daniel Hemric +2000
- Riley Herbst +2000
- Field +3300
Harrison Burton remains a strong betting choice at +800. The 19-year-old leads the Xfinity series in points and has looked electric through the first four races of the season.
Another longshot to consider is Ross Chastain.
Bettors looking to sneak in a late postponement bet should check out the available Head-to-Head matchups available, specifically Noah Gragson and Brandon Jones.
Race – Driver H2H
- Brandon Jones -160
- Noah Gragson +120
While Brandon Jones is the more experienced driver, Noah Gragson is starting in pole position Thursday due to the random draw format instituted by NASCAR.
Jones will start in the 4th row in the 8th position and will have a lot of ground to cover if he hopes to catch Gragson at the front. At +120, Gragson is a solid bet to watch to maintain his lead.
Be sure to check out the full head 2 head offerings at your sportsbook for the latest legal betting odds as we head into Thursday’s race.
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