Careers for Veterans 200 Odds

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BROOKLYN, MI (TheSpread) – The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series kicks off the weekend of racing with the Careers for Veterans 200 on Saturday afternoon.

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According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Kyle Busch is favored to win this race, as he has 3/2 odds. Other short odds to win are Joey Logano (3/1) and Ryan Blaney (15/2).

Busch has competed in five truck races this year. He has won all five of them and started in pole position for four of the five races.

Logano has competed in just one truck series race this year, finishing third while starting in fifth position.

Blaney is the current truck series points leader by 7 points. He is winless on the year, but has seven top 5s with an average finish of 7.4.

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The Careers for Veterans 200 will take place Saturday, August 16 at 12:49PM ET from Michigan International Speedway. For complete odds and track information on this year’s race, see below.

Odds to win the Careers for Veterans 200 – 2014 Careers for Veterans 200 – Michigan International Speedway – Saturday, August 16

Kyle Busch 3/2 

Joey Logano 3/1 

Ryan Blaney 15/2 

Darrell Wallace Jr. 9/1 

Matt Crafton 9/1 

Timothy Peters 14/1 

Johnny Sauter 16/1 

Ron Hornaday 18/1 

German Quiroga 22/1 

Jeb Burton 28/1 

Joey Coulter 33/1 

Justin Lofton 40/1 

Field (Any Other Driver) 11/1

2014 Careers for Veterans 200 Information

Race Date: Saturday, August 16

Location: Michigan International Speedway; Brooklyn, MI

Pre-Race: Noon ET

Green Flag: 12:49PM ET

TV Coverage: Fox Sports 1

Track Type: Speedway (100 laps)

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