STP 300 Betting Odds For Nationwide Series

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The NASCAR Nationwide circuit goes to Chicagoland Speedway in Illinois for the running of the STP 300. Some of the big names won’t be in the field this week, as the Sprint Cup Series has the week off and will resume on July 29 for the Brickyard 400.

But you will definitely see a solid field, with Danica Patrick among those competing for the checkered flag on Sunday.

Oddsmakers are jumping on this one too.

Patrick is not at the top of the list of favorites to win the STP 300 on betting lines available at Bovada Sportsbook this week though. That distinction goes to Kyle Busch. Busch leads the way on the betting line this week, going off at 21/10 on the payout. He is just in front of the net closest favorite. That would be Ricky Stenhouse Jr., who is set at 11/4 on the payout to take the checkered flag at Chicagoland.

Coming in just behind the top-two favorites this week is Austin Dillon at 11/4. So you can definitely start to see how the betting line is very top heavy, favoring Busch and Stenhouse pretty big to get the victory and giving another driver relatively little chance.

Patrick is probably the headliner when it comes to the names in the race along with Busch, as she is alway a big time draw every time she enters.

But at 30/1, Patrick is well back on the betting odds to win the STP 300 on Sunday.

It looks like it’s going to be Busch or Stenhouse if you read into the betting odds, with a chance for a solid payout on either.

Below, you can find the full field betting odds to win the STP 300 in the Nationwide Series as seen on Bovada, so be sure to check them out and see how the lines stacked up for the race on Sunday. Coverage of the STP 300 will begin at 3pm ET on Saturday on ESPN.

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