- The Pocono Organics 325 is kicking off on Saturday, June 27, backed by Rodale Institute
- Five-time Pocono winner Kyle Busch ends up in the lead with (+500) ahead of teammate Kurt Busch
- Kurt is priced at (+2000) as of June 25, but has seen some steady performance over the years at Pocono, making him a good underdog pick
NASCAR is readying up for a big race at the Pocono Raceway on June 27 at 3:30 PM ET. The Tricky Triangle is back with another challenging racing environment for drivers, with Kyle Busch in the lead, with three titles on the track out of his last five starts.
Now that the Bubba Wallace saga has been wrapped up, NASCAR fans have nothing left but to focus on the upcoming race. We have two races to focus on for the upcoming Pocono Organics 325, one on Saturday and one on Sunday, so let’s not waste day light.
2020 NASCAR Pocono Organics 325 Betting Odds
|Martin Truex Jr.||+750|
*Odds taken June 25
Pocono Organics 325: Time and Date
- Date: Saturday, June 27
- Time: 3:30 pm ET
- Venue: Pocono Raceway, Long Pond, Pennsylvania
Where to Watch Pocono Organics 325
- TV & Live Stream: FOX Sports
- Radio: MRN
Joe Gibbs Racing Tipped for Another Title
Joe Gibbs Racing is coming in hot from five back-to-back victories at Pocono with Kyle Busch priced to the top (+500), having won three titles, and one going to Denny Hamlin and Martin Truex Jr. each. Busch, of course, makes the most sense here, as his three victories and consistently good results put him in the lead.
The man even has his own winning strategy, which is not surprising given how reliable he has been in his showings so far. Even though his Monday start didn’t impress too much, with Busch finishing 19th, his track record is definitely impressive.
Keselowski’s Always Breathing Down Winners’ Necks
While Brad Keselowski (+750) may not immediately pop in the Tricky Triangle he has been there.
Whenever you check the top-10, Keselowski has been there to try and pressure the winners. Out of his life-time starts at the raceway, he has finished five times in either 2nd or 3rd place, winning at Pocono once.
He has close to a decade in professional NASCAR, too, and even though his performance has flagged a little of late, he’s still a good underdog pick.
The Other Busch in the Room
Now, if you head for the bottom of the odds table, you will see Kurt Busch with (+2000), which means one thing, i.e. a big potential payday. Kurt has had quite a few good drives, notching up nine top-10 finishes out of his last 11 starts.
His track record in NASCAR is already impressive with 31-time NASCAR Cup Series wins and quite a bit of time clocked at Pocono Raceway specifically. He won the Tricky Triangle three times and has managed an even more impressive feat in terms of top finishes. He presently holds:
- 20 top-10 finishes
- 14 top-five finishes
These results spawn over a period of 37 starts at Pocono Raceway. In other words, yes, Kurt is pretty confident he knows what he’s doing. Question is, is it going to be his fourth title in the race?
That remains to be seen during the weekend.