American Ethanol E15 225 Picks

NASCAR Truck Series Picks – American Ethanol E15 225 9/16/16

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series is back in action tonight for the American Ethanol E15 225. Here are some drivers we like to contend for the win.

According to oddsmakers at, Kyle Busch is the clear favorite, as he has -125 odds to win. Other short odds to win are William Byron (+400) and Daniel Suarez (+550). The American Ethanol E15 225 takes place tonight at 8:49PM ET from Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, IL.

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Kyle Busch is pretty much a must-play when he competes in this series. Though he has never won this race before, he is still a consistent winner when he competes. He has been in three races this year, winning one while taking second in another.

William Byron is a steady contender in truck races this year, his first year of competition. He has won five races in 2016 while placing in the top 5 in three others. He should be right in the mix tonight.

Matt Crafton is the truck series veteran and he has +700 odds for this race. I like those odds for him. He has experience on this track and comes into tonight with two wins in 2016 along with two other runner-up finishes. He should be able to contend with the top drivers and possibly grab the win with a little luck.

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