Texas Roadhouse 200 Odds

NASCAR Truck Series Odds – Texas Roadhouse 200 10/27/16

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series continues its march toward the end of 2016 with the Texas Roadhouse 200 this Saturday.

According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Matt Crafton is favored to win this race, as he has 5/1 odds. Other short odds to prevail are Chase Elliott, Daniel Suarez, Timothy Peters and William Byron, who each have 6/1 odds. The Texas Roadhouse 200 takes place on Saturday, Oct. 29 at 1:46PM ET from Martinsville Speedway in Ridgeway, VA.

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Crafton is the defending champion of this race. He has won two races this year and has finished second in two others. Crafton has only finished in the top 5 in one of his last four races.

Elliott has competed in nine truck races in his career, but those all came in 2013. He is racing for the first time since then. He has one win in his truck career.

Suarez finished 16th in this race last year and he was 18th at the spring race at this track. He has yet to win this year or in his truck career.

Peters won this race back in 2009. He is seeking his first win of the year this weekend, but has finished in the top 5 in six races.

Byron finished third at this track in the spring and he has six wins in the truck series this year.

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