Buckle Up 200 Odds

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DOVER, DE (TheSpread) – The 2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series gets back to racing on Saturday with the running of the Buckle Up 200. Here is a look at the odds to win the race.

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According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Kyle Busch is the favorite to win, as he has 2/1 odds. Other short odds to win are Joey Logano (3/1) and Matt Kenseth (5/1).

Busch won this race back in 2010. He has competed in nine Nationwide races this year, winning two of them. His average finish this year is 2.6

Logano has won this race the last two years. He has competed in two Nationwide races this year, but he has yet to win either. He placed fourth in one and fifth in the other.

Kenseth is looking to win this race for the first time. He has competed in eight Nationwide races this year, but is seeking his first win. His average finish this year is 6.5.

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The Buckle Up 200 will take place Saturday, May 31 at 2:15PM ET from Dover International Speedway. For complete odds and track information on this year’s race, see below.

Odds to win the Buckle Up 200 – 2014 Buckle Up 200 – Dover International Speedway – Saturday, May 31

Kyle Busch 2/1 

Joey Logano 3/1 

Matt Kenseth 5/1 

Kyle Larson 11/2 

Chase Elliott 10/1 

Elliott Sadler 12/1 

Regan Smith 12/1 

Trevor Bayne 20/1 

Ty Dillon 25/1 

Brian Scott 33/1

Field (Any Other Driver) 12/1 

2014 Buckle Up 200 Information

Race Date: Saturday, May 31

Location: Dover International Speedway, Dover, DE

Pre-Race: 1:30PM ET

Green Flag: 2:15PM ET

TV Coverage: ESPN

Track Type: Speedway (200 laps)

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