Food City 300 Picks

NASCAR Xfinity Series Picks and Predictions 8/19/16 – Food City 300

The NASCAR Xfinity Series kicks off the racing weekend tonight with the Food City 300. Here are some drivers we like to win this race.

According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, Kyle Busch is the favorite to win this race, as he has +115 odds. Other short odds to prevail are Kyle Larson (+400), Brad Keselowski (+600), Daniel Suarez (+600) and Erik Jones (+600). The Food City 300 takes place on tonight at 7:43PM ET from Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, TN.

Bet on the Food City 300

Kyle Busch is a must-pick in the Xfinity Series. He is a seven-time winner this year and has finished second in three other races. He also has won this specific events four times. He certainly should be the favorite tonight and your money should go with him.

Kyle Larson did well in this race last year, finishing second behind Busch. He has one win this year in the Xfinity Series and also has finished in the top 5 in four of his last five races. Look for Larson to contend with Busch tonight.

Erik Jones has been a very steady contender in the Xfinity Series. He has three wins this year and a total of 11 top-5 finishes. Look for him to be in the mix against tonight. He probably needs a little luck to come through with the win, but that’s not a major stretch.

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