Betting Odds to win FoxWoods Resort Casino 301

The Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 will take place this weekend in Loudon New Hampshire. The New Hampshire Motor Speedway is the home for this race for the 20th season. This race has been won the previous two seasons by Kevin Harvick. Before that, Denny Hamlin picked up the win. Let’s take a look at some of the betting odds for the event:

Kevin Harvick +400

The odds on favorite to win this event. He is just red hot as of late, with 22 races,4 wins, and 18 total Top 10 finishes. The guy knows how to get the job done. He is coming off a 4th place finish at the Super Start Batteries 400, leading 267 laps, and overall this season, he leads all racers with nearly 750 laps led. Harvick will be a big surprise if he is not near the front of the pack when the race comes to an end.

Denny Hamlin +450

Hamlin won the Super Start Batteries 400 at Kansas Speedway after starting 10th. He has raced in 22 big races this season, and actually leads all racers with 5 wins. He has finished in the Top 5, 11 times and in the Top 10 13 times. Hamlin does a great job of maneuvering through any track, and this is one that he knows well. Look for Hamlin at +450 to challenge Harvick until the end.

Kyle Busch +700

If you are not interested in the top two races when it comes to betting, take a look at Kyle Busch next. He has also raced 22 times this season, but amazingly has yet to win one. He is due to grab a title, and do it soon. What’s even more amazing – he has not won one with 9 Top 5 finished and 11 Top 10 finishes this season.  His last two races were 4th at O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 and 8th at Super Start Batteries 400.

Chase Elliott +900

Elliott is another guy that is looking to bounce back. He finished outside the Top 10 at the Super Start Batteries 400. That was his 2nd straight finish outside the Top 10. He does have the All Star Race title under his belt this season. He has won 2 events this season, and finished in the Top 5, 8 times.

Others in Consideration

Ryan Blaney +800

Why not Blaney? He has a win this season, and has been in the Top 5 7 times this season. Back when the O’Reiily Auto Parts 500 was raced in Texas, he was awarded the outside pole, and finished 7th. That was a bit frustrating for him, and he is due to bounce back.

Joey Logano +1200

Logano is always a threat, and at underdog pricing – this is a guy to certainly take a look at. Logano struggled last week, finishing 35th.

Brad Keselowski +900

Another guy that should be there at the finish is Brad Keselowski. His 2nd place finish at Kansas was his 9th Top 5 finish, and 16th Top 10 finish. Those are both 2nd of all racers. Keselowski is usually overlooked, and at +900 – is a good bet for the weekend.

Best of luck and enjoy the race!

Here are Dunkel’s complete rankings for the New Hampshire lineup. Driver ratings are based on past performance.

1 K. Harvick 53.645
2 C. Elliott 53.747
3 D. Hamlin 56.364
4 B. Keselowski 56.724
5 A. Almirola 58.375
6 Kyle Busch 60.639
7 J. Logano 61.129
8 Kurt Busch 61.584
9 R. Blaney 61.712
10 A. Dillon 61.781
11 C. Custer 63.249
12 M. Truex Jr 63.431
13 E. Jones 63.632
14 T. Reddick 63.706
15 C. Bowyer 63.846
16 M. Kenseth 64.138
17 M. DiBenedetto 64.518
18 M. McDowell 64.556
19 B. Wallace 66.021
20 J. Johnson 66.128
21 C. Bell 67.590
22 R. Chastain 67.590
23 R. Newman 67.591
24 A. Bowman 68.017
25 C. Buescher 68.357
26 T. Dillon 68.620
27 D. Suarez 69.146
28 J. Hunter Nemechek 69.750
29 R. Stenhouse Jr 71.842
30 C. Lajoie 73.123
31 R. Preece 74.449
32 B. Poole 77.310
33 JJ Yeley 78.327
34 J. Gase 80.312
35 T. Hill 80.739
36 Q. Houff 83.381
37 G. Smithley 83.618
38 BJ McLeod 84.175