O'Reilly Auto Parts Challenge Picks

NASCAR Xfinity Series Picks: O’Reilly Auto Parts Challenge 11/5/16

The NASCAR Xfinity Series is back in action today with the running of the O’Reilly Auto Parts Challenge. Here are some drivers we like to contend.

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 today at 3:46PM ET from Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, TX.

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Erik Jones is a driver we like. He comes in with 4/1 odds, but is one of the top regulars in the series. He has won four times with four other top-5 finishes. He also performed well in this race last year. Look for him to contend again today.

Brad Keselowski isn’t having the most success in the Xfinity Series, but he is a two-time winner of this race and the defending champion. This could be the race he finally puts it altogether in 2016. Look for him to push for the win.

Austin Dillon has 7/1 odds to win today and we like those odds for him. He finished third in this race last year and also has a pair of wins to his credit in the Xfinity Series this year. He also has finished in the top 5 in six other races.

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