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Richmond - Chevy Rock & Roll 400
Truex to Win 35/1
Martin to Win 30/1
Bowyer to Win 20/1
Downside on the Bowyer play, don't really see him taking any chances for the win if running 2nd.
Some case to be made for betting Johnson/Edwards/Busch, Kyle or nobody.
Harvick has indeed discovered a rich vein of form. But 12:1. Just two points higher than Edwards? Can't do it. That 10:1 on Carl does look juicy, but then again Johnson was 20:1 for Bristol, which looked insane, and didn't get there and Bush could have been had at 8:1 for Michigan and that didn't find success either.
The evil dwellers on the other side of the counter have been lucky to avoid the wrong top3 guy lately
it may mean nothing anyways if hanna gets to richmond. edwards is probably a great bet since the likelihood of rain would mean that they would start based on points which means edwards would probably start 2nd, much better than he would if he actually had to qualify. gordon at 15 to 1 is probably a good bet too.
I found some Harvick at 15/1.
Like him at 12/1.
Last 7 races
Taking a car that was good at New Hampshire despite the 14th place finish (led 54 laps). Decent career record at Richmond.
Not a great bet, probably a small grind out type play.
Not a ton the worst of it in any event.
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