O'Reilly Auto Parts Challenge Odds

NASCAR Xfinity Series Odds: O’Reilly Auto Parts Challenge 11/3/16

The NASCAR Xfinity Series returns to action this weekend with the O’Reilly Auto Parts Challenge. Here is a look at the odds to win this race.

According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Kyle Larson is favored to win, as he is getting +375 odds. Other short odds to win are Erik Jones (+400), Kevin Harvick (+400) and Brad Keselowski (+650). The O’Reilly Auto Parts Challenge takes place on Saturday, Nov. 5 at 3:46PM ET from Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, TX.

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Larson has yet to win this race and has finished outside the top 5 the last three years. He has competed in 14 races this year, winning one of them while placing in the top 5 in nine others.

Jones finished fourth in this race last year and he is a series regular this season. Jones has picked up four wins this year and also has 10 other top-5 finishes.

Harvick won this race four times, last doing so in 2012. He has competed in six times this year in the Xfinity Series, but has just one top-5 finish with no victories.

Keselowski is a two-time winner of this race and the defending champion. He has competed in 13 races this year, failing to win any of them. He has finished in the top 3 four times.

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