Alsco 300 Picks

Alsco 300 – 7/8/16 NASCAR Xfinity Series Picks and Predictions

The NASCAR Xfinity Series is in action tonight in Kentucky. Here are some drivers we like to contend for the win in the Alsco 300.

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According to Oddsmakers at, Kyle Busch is the favorite tonight, as he has 1/1 odds to win. Other short odds to prevail are Erik Jones (3/1) and Daniel Suarez (9/2). The Alsco 300 takes place tonight at 8:46PM ET from Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Kentucky.

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Kyle Busch is a must-pick in Xfinity races that he competes in. He is a former champion of this race as well. Of the eight Xfinity races he has been in in 2016, Busch has won four of them and placed second in three others. He will certainly contend for the win tonight.

Brad Keselowski has 7/1 odds for this race and he has some momentum from a strong weekend in Daytona last week. He has already won this event three times in his career, including last year. Look for him to push Busch for the win tonight.

Austin Dillon has 8/1 odds for this race and he was the 2012 winner of this event. He has had plenty of success in the series, winning four races a year ago. He also holds a win this year while finishing in the top 5 in four other races. Dillon is a perfect dark horse to win.

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