Dual in Detroit Picks
The IndyCar Series is in action for a second straight day with the Chevrolet Dual in Detroit. Here are some drivers we like to contend for the win.
According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Simon Pagenaud is a +275 favorite to win this race while Will Power is listed at +375. Helio Castroneves, Juan Pablo Montoya and Scott Dixon are each listed at +600 to win. The 164-mile race will be 70 laps over The Raceway on Belle Isle. The race takes place today at 3:30PM ET and will air live on ABC.
Will Power has a win at this track in 2014, he also has a runner-up and fourth-place finish. After having mechanical issues on Saturday, look for Power to bounce back in a big way on Sunday. He is off to a surprisingly slow start this year, which is very uncommon for the former series champion. Look for him to get on track today.
Juan Pablo Montoya placed third in yesterday’s race and showed a lot of signs for good things today. He had previously finished 10th or worse in his last four races on this track. Montoya has four top-five finishes this year.
Sebastian Bourdais won yesterday’s race and now has 11/1 odds to win today. He also won one of the duals last year, so this track has been very good to him. Look for him to make another run at today’s victory as well.