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Pennzoil 400 Driver Odds – 2018 Las Vegas Motor Speedway

When: Sunday, March 4, 2018

Where: Las Vegas, Las Vegas Motor Speedway, NV

Defending Champion: Martin Truex Jr..

The Monster Energy NASCAR Series heads to Las Vegas for the next race of the season, the Pennzoil 400, a 267-lap, 400-mile race held at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, which is situated just a couple miles north of The Strip. The Las Vegas Motor Speedway is one of the most complete racing complexes in the world, which includes road paths, a 3/8 mile oval, a dirt track along with a state-of-the-art drag racing centre.

The sport’s elite will be gunning their automobiles around each turn in hopes of winning the Pennzoil 400’s special championship belt, in place of the customary trophy. This twist can be pegged to the city’s boxing traditions.

The race takes place in the Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday, March 4, at 3:30 p.m. ET and will be televised by FOX.

Last year, Brad Keselowski was out front and pulling away, apparently headed to victory in Sunday’s NASCAR race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Then suddenly a parts failure induced Keselowski to slow, allowing Martin Truex Jr. to catch and pass him with 2 laps remaining in the Pennzoil 400. The victory was Truex of the year and eighth of his career.

Jimmie Johnson holds the record for most wins in the track with four but he has not won the race. Matt Kenseth has three wins along with his last coming in 2013.

Jeff Burton, Carl Edwards and defending champion Brad Keselowski have two wins each.

Roush Fenway Racing has the most team wins with seven but none because 2011 while Hendrick Motorsports has five wins but not one since 2010. Joe Gibbs Racing, Stewart-Haas Racing and Team Penske have two wins each.

In terms of manufacturing company wins, Ford has two wins in Las Vegas while Chevrolet has seven while Toyota has two and Dodge has one.

Pennzoil 400 Race Prediction
Preview: Kevin Harvick is your favored coming into the race after his dominating win in Atlanta last week. Harvick crossed the line almost three seconds quicker than second-place finisher Brad Keselowski, a lifetime in NASCAR terms. He is putting together some of his finest performances, and the veteran will seem to cut into current point leader Joey Logano’s lead. Continue…

Which driver will take victory lane at Las Vegas Motor Speedway?
Sin City will get its first and only taste of NASCAR Sprint Cup activity, when the the Pennzoil Tools 400 cruises to Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

There are usually 36 Nascar Sprint Cup races and 35 Xfinity Series races each season, while Formula 1 typically runs 17-19 races.

This implies there are a great deal more betting opportunities in NASCAR, and better competition deep into the year.

Bet Pennzoil 400 Racebook Odds
As you believe NASCAR chances you may choose to remember that the first season results don’t mean much in the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Just because a driver won in Daytona or Phoenix International Raceway, doesn’t mean that they will succeed in NASCAR gambling odds in vegas.

The monitor differs, the air differs and there aren’t many guarantees in NASCAR odds in Vegas.

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