North Education Lottery 200 Odds

NASCAR Truck Series Odds – North Carolina Education Lottery 200 5/18/17

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series drives under the lights on Friday night for the North Carolina Education Lottery 200. Here is a look at the odds to win the race.

According to oddsmakers at, Kyle Busch is favored to win, as he is getting odds of -110 to win. Other short odds to win are Matt Crafton (+550), Christopher Bell (+650) and Johnny Sauter (+650). The North Carolina Education Lottery 200 takes place on Friday at 8:30PM ET from Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, NC.

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Busch is a six-time winner of this race. His last victory came in 2014. Busch has competed in two truck races this year. He picked up a win last weekend in Kansas.

Crafton is the defending champion of this race. He also won in 2008. He has competed in all four truck races this year. He has one runner-up finish, but also two finishes outside the top 10.

Bell finished eighth in this race last year. He has competed in all four races this year, winning one of them while finishing in the top-5 in two others.

Sauter finished third in this race a year ago. This year, he has competed in all four races and placed second in two of them and third in another.

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