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NASCAR: Bank of America ROVAL 400 Vegas Odds, Pick (October 10)

  • Final race of the round of 12 stage in the NASCAR Cup Series takes place this weekend
  • The Bank of America ROVAL 400 takes place in North Carolina on a road course

The final road race of the NASCAR Cup Series season takes place this weekend at the Charlotte Motor Speedway track. It is the final race of the Round-of-12 stage, with just four races left following the conclusion of this event in North Carolina on Sunday.

Race Schedule

  • When: Sunday, 10th October
  • Where: Charlotte Motor Speedway (Road Course), North Carolina
  • How To Watch: NBCSN

Bank of America ROVAL 400 Odds

RacerVegas Odds
Chase Elliott+225
Kyle Larson+450
Martin Truex Jr+700
Denny Hamlin+800
Kyle Busch+1000
William Byron+1200
Christopher Bell+1400
AJ Allmendinger+1800
Joey Logano+2000
Ryan Blaney+2200
Kevin Harvick+2500
Alex Bowman+2500
Kurt Busch+2800
Ross Chastain+2800
Chase Briscoe+3300
Brad Keselowski+4000
Matt DiBenedetto+5000
Tyler Reddick+5000
Michael McDowell+6600
Chris Buescher+8000
Aric Almirola+10000
Austin Dillon+10000
Daniel Suarez+10000
Erik Jones+10000
Cole Custer+15000
Ricky Stenhouse Jr+15000
Ryan Newman+20000
Bubba Wallace+20000
Ryan Preece+20000
Corey Lajoie+30000
Justin Haley+30000
Joey Hand+30000
Anthony Alfredo+50000
Quin Houff+100000
Garrett Smithley+100000
Kyle Tilley+100000
Cody Ware+100000
Timmy Hill+100000
Josh Bilicki+500000

Race Preview

Event Details & Winners

The second of the two races that are held at Charlotte Motor Speedway in the NASCAR Cup Series takes place this weekend. The other race held here takes place on Memorial Day, as the drivers compete in the Coca-Cola 600. This race is run annually in September and has long been a race as part of the playoffs. The race was moved to the spot on the calendar that it is now in 2020 after realignment, with rain delays constantly hindering the running of the race.

Drivers will compete over 109 laps in the Bank of America ROVAL 400, which covers a total distance of 399.954km. The first two stages of the race are made up of 25 laps, before the final 59 laps are completed in the final stage in North Carolina. Jimmie Johnson is the most successful driver with four wins, while Chevrolet have been the winning manufacturers on 23 previous occasions.

Leading Contenders

There is little surprise to see Chase Elliott at the top of the betting for the Bank of America ROVAL 400 this weekend, as the reigning World Series champion has won the last two editions of this race. Elliott is currently seventh in the Drivers’ Championship, having won just two races this season. His most recent victory came in the Jockey Made in America 250.

Kyle Larson and Martin Truex Jr are the next two names in the betting. Larson is still breathing down the neck of Denny Hamlin at the top of the standings, but failed to close the gap after finishing 37th in the YellaWood 500 last weekend. Truex Jr won this race in 2017 before the change in the circuit in 2018. His last victory in the Cup Series came in the Federated Auto Parts 400, but he was 12th last weekend.

Bank of America ROVAL 400 Pick(s)

Who will win the Bank of America ROVAL 400 this weekend:

It is hard to look past the favorite this weekend, as Elliott has an excellent record in this race in North Carolina. A third straight win this weekend could be on the agenda for the reigning Drivers’ champion.

Free Pick:

  • Chase Elliott
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