American Ethanol 200 Odds

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NEWTON, IA (TheSpread) – The 2012 Camping World Truck Series will drive under the lights of Iowa Speedway on Saturday for the running of the American Ethanol 200.

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According to oddsmakers, James Buescher is the favorite to win, as he has 23/4 odds. Other short odds to win are Ty Dillon (117/20) and Johnny Sauter (61/10).

Buescher is fourth in the current truck standings. He is 9 points out of first. He has two wins and four top 5’s this year. Buescher has two career wins in his truck career.

Dillon is tied for second in the point standings. He is 4 points out of first. He has two top 5’s on the year, but is winless. Dillon has driven 11 races in his truck series career and has yet to record his first win.

Sauter is 13th in the point standings, 86 points out of first. Sauter has one win and two top 5’s on the season. Sauter has five career truck wins over 94 total races.

The American Ethanol 200 will take place Saturday, July 14 from Iowa Speedway at 8:47PM ET. For complete odds and track information on this year’s event, see below.

Odds to win the American Ethanol 200 – 2012 American Ethanol 200 Iowa Speedway – Saturday, July 14, 2012

James Buescher 23/4

Ty Dillon 117/20

Johnny Sauter 61/10

Timothy Peters 31/5

Matt Crafton 143/20

Ron Hornaday 143/20

Todd Bodine 163/20

Nelson Piquet Jr. 49/5

Jason Leffler 12/1

Parker Kligerman 15/1

Joey Coulter 22/1

Justin Lofton 22/1

Jason White 26/1

Miguel Paludo 26/1

Field (Any Other Driver) 33/4

2012 American Ethanol 200 Information

Race Date: Saturday, July 14

Location: Iowa Speedway, Newton, IA

Pre-Race: 8PM ET

Green Flag: Approx. 8:47PM ET

TV Coverage: SPEED

Radio Coverage: MRN

Track Type: Oval (200 laps)

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