The 2018 NASCAR Playoffs hit the road Sunday as in a 17-turn Street course at Charlotte Motor Speedway, for the Bank of America Roval 400 at Two p.m. ET.
Kyle Busch, who took the checkered flag in Richmond last week, is your favorite on the most current 2018 NASCAR at Charlotte chances board in 3-1. Martin Truex Jr. is at 5-1 while Chase Elliott, Kevin Harvick and Brad Keselowski are at 8-1. NASCAR at Charlotte 2018 is the third race of the Playoffs, which conclude in November in sunny Miami.
With this much on the line and numerous legitimate contenders in the area, you will want to check out what former Vegas bookmaker and NASCAR handicapper Micah Roberts has to say before making your own 2018 NASCAR at Charlotte picks.
Roberts has nailed both races of the NASCAR playoffs up to now. He predicted for Keselowski to win at Vegas two weeks ago at 12-1 odds. Last week at Richmond, he stated Kyle Busch was because of his seventh win of the season, and Busch did this, taking the checkered flag after starting out from the 11th spot.
Recently, he explained Harvick would predominate at Michigan, and he won with ease. Before that, he was around Busch at Pocono, pointing to not only his 26 career starts at the track, but also his motivation to triumph following a late bump from Harvick the week earlier. The outcome: Busch rallied for the checkered flag from 28th.
Before this season, he had been all-in on Harvick in the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 despite two other drivers using the same field-leading odds. The end result: Harvick dominated, resulting in 181 of 325 laps and cruising to victory by 2.69 seconds.
At the Food City 500,“ Roberts stated Busch“possessed“ Bristol and would come away with the win — he rallied to complete .63 seconds before Larson to the checkered flag.
In the 2017 playoffs, Roberts chose nine of 10 winners. There was no fluke: In 2016, he told readers to back Denny Hamlin at 15-1 in the Daytona 500. The result: Hamlin edged Truex for the checkered flag. Roberts also nailed Hamlin in 40-1 to succeed at Watkins Glen later that year.
Now, he has examined the NASCAR in Charlotte street course from every possible angle and then secured in his picks. You can see his whole projected leaderboard for the road course battle at SportsLine.
We can tell you he isn’t going with the favorite in Busch, despite his four road wins, tops among all active drivers. Busch can be on a roll having won last week, but Roberts has other drivers he favors on this course.