UNOH 200 Odds

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BRISTOL, TN (TheSpread) – The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races under the lights on Wednesday night for the UNOH 200. Here is a look at the odds to win this event.

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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 Brad Keselowski (7/2) and Timothy Peters (8/1).

Busch has won this event four times, including in 2013. He has competed in six truck races this year, winning five of the six. His last race saw him finish fifth.

Keselowski has never won this race. He has competed in just two truck races this year, placing third in one and fifth in the other.

Peters won this race in 2012. He is currently seventh in the point standings, 52 points out of first. He is winless on the year with four top 5s and an average finish of 11.2.

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The UNOH 200 will take place Wednesday, August 20 at 8:46PM ET from Bristol Motor Speedway. For complete odds and track information on this year’s race, see below.

Odds to win the UNOH 200 – 2014 UNOH 200 – Bristol Motor Speedway – Wednesday, August 20

Kyle Busch 3/2 

Brad Keselowski 7/2 

Timothy Peters 8/1 

Darrell Wallace Jr. 9/1 

Johnny Sauter 9/1 

Ryan Blaney 9/1 

Matt Crafton 12/1 

Ron Hornaday 18/1 

Cole Custer 22/1 

Jeb Burton 22/1 

John Hunter Nemechek 22/1 

German Quiroga 33/1 

Field (Any Other Driver) 12/1

2014 UNOH 200 Information

Race Date: Wednesday, August 20

Location: Bristol Motor Speedway; Bristol, TN

Pre-Race: 8PM ET

Green Flag: 8:46PM ET

TV Coverage: Fox Sports 1

Track Type: Speedway (200 laps)

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