2019 Digital Ally 400 Odds, Preview & Expert Prediction.

2019 Digital Ally 400 Odds, Preview & Expert Prediction

Written by on May 10, 2019

Let’s take a look at the upcoming race, the 2019 Digital Ally 400 while making some NASCAR Betting Predictions.

2019 Digital Ally 400 Odds, Preview & Expert Prediction

Kansas Motor Speedway

NASCAR will be under the lights on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET when Kansas Speedway hosts the 2019 Digital Ally 400. After his big win at Dover last week, Martin Truex Jr., who already has a pair of career wins at Kansas, is going off as one of the favorites at 6-1 in the current 2019 Digital Ally 400 odds. He’s right behind 2019 NASCAR at Kansas favorite Kyle Busch (7-2) and in front of a trio of contenders — Kevin Harvick, Joey Logano, and Brad Keselowski — all going off at 7-1. With only those five receiving single-digit NASCAR at Kansas odds, there are plenty of intriguing long shots to target on Saturday in the 2019 NASCAR at Kansas grid.

Kyle Busch (7-2 odds)

Busch is still the king of the NASCAR Cup standings, as he’s head and shoulders above everybody else in terms of points. Perhaps his ongoing success this season is pointing to a victory too at Kansas Speedway, where he has always been competitive. Although he only has a win there in 22 races – he topped the Go Bowling 400 in 2016 – Busch hasn’t finished outside of the top 10 in each of his eight trips to Kansas. Last year, he was runner-up to Chase Elliott during the Hollywood Casino 400. Going into the race, Busch has +250 odds to claim the 2019 Monster Energy Nascar Cup Series Championship.

Kevin Harvick (7-1 odds)

Speaking of success in Kansas, it would be strange if we wouldn’t be mentioning Kevin Harvick’s name when discussing the favorites. After all, he’s tied with Jimmie Johnson for most wins at the track with three. While Johnson’s days as an elite performer at Kansas Speedway seems to be a thing of the past, having finished outside of the top 16 in four of his last six races there, Harvick has been consistently putting an elite performance in Kansas City of late. The Stewart-Haas Racing driver has cracked the top 10 at Kansas Speedway in five of his last starts there. Two of those were wins and two more were also top-five finishes. Harvick finished first in last year’s edition of the KC Masterpiece 400.

Clint Bowyer (18-1 odds)

Bowyer could be worth a flier. He’s going to fly under the radar heading into the Digital Ally 400, as he’s never won in Kansas City, but one thing to keep him interesting enough for bettors is the two times he finished inside the top five at Kansas Speedway and the six times he finished inside the top 10. Bowyer, however, has not placed better than 13th in any of his last three races at the track.

Ryan Blaney (10-1 odds)

Blaney has yet to win in Kansas City, but he’s been flirting with success there ever since he started racing at the track in 2014. In eight appearances at Kansas Speedway, Blaney has earned three top 5s and five top 10s. In his last race there, Blaney managed a seventh-place finish during the Hollywood Casino 400 event back in October.