Drive for the Cure 300 Odds

NASCAR Xfinity Series Odds: Drive for the Cure 300 10/6/16

The NASCAR Xfinity Series drives under the lights on Friday night for the Drive for the Cure 300. Here is a look at the odds to win this race.

According to oddsmakers at, Kyle Busch is favored to win, as he has +150 odds to prevail. Other short odds to win are Erik Jones (+480), Daniel Suarez (+600) and Kevin Harvick (+600). The Drive for the Cure 300 takes place on Friday night at 8:16PM ET from Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, NC.

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Busch is a three-time winner of this race, last grabbing the victory in 2013. Busch has picked up eight wins this year in the Xfinity Series and placed second in three other races.

Jones finished second in this race a year ago. He comes into this weekend with four wins in the 2016 season to go along with a total of 13 top-4 finishes.

Suarez finished fourth in this race last year. He is in his second full-year of Xfinity Series racing and has two wins in 2016. He also has a total of 14 top-5 finishes.

Harvick hasn’t competed in this race since 2013, when he placed fourth. He is making just his sixth Xfinity Series appearance this year. He has yet to win a race and has just one top-5 finish.

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