NASCAR at Watkins Glen 2018 odds and picks: Advanced model locks in surprising predictions for GoBowling at The Glen

After opening at 3-1, Kyle Busch is the 3-2 preferred for NASCAR in Watkins Glen 2018, which conducts Sunday at 3 p.m. ET. It’s the second road course race of the year and Denny Hamlin, listed at 10-1 NASCAR in Watkins Glen odds, won the pole Saturday. Busch leads all active drivers with four road course wins, including two at Watkins Glen, but his final win at The Glen was back in 2013. Martin Truex Jr. won GoBowling at The Glen last year and is listed at 4-1 odds. Prior to making any 2018 NASCAR at Watkins Glen choices, you need to see exactly what SportsLine’s innovative computer model must say.

The model, built by DFS expert Mike McClure, has an established history in a number of sports. It also forces McClure’s DFS projections, which have led him to over $1 million in career winnings.

McClure, who has a mechanical engineering degree, grew up around race tracks. Big racing events in this way have been in his blood, and his model has been beating its 2018 NASCAR picks.

The model has already made several enormous calls this year, nailing the 1-2 finish for Busch and Harvick in the O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 also as Harvick’s win at the KC Masterpiece 400. It also nailed five of the top 10 at Bristol and two of the top five at Daytona, simply to name a few. Anybody following its picks this season is way, way up.

Now the 2018 NASCAR at Watkins Glen area is secured, SportsLine simulated the occasion 10,000 times and the results were so unexpected.

1 sudden pick from the model for GoBowling at The Glen 2018: Chase Elliott, getting the third-best NASCAR at Watkins Glen odds to triumph at 6-1, does not sniff the top 10. He’s a driver to prevent on Sunday despite his stellar starting place of third.

Elliott remains in search of the first career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series win. He’s cracked the top 10 in four of his past seven starts, but was just 19th in Chicago and 34th in Daytona last month. Last year at Watkins Glen, Elliott again started close to the top in fourth, but finished a disappointing 13th. He clocked the fastest speed (124.520 miles ) in the last clinics for GoBowling at The Glen 2018, but the model says he is a popular to fade.

Another shocker: Truex Jr., obtaining the second-best odds at 4-1, does not even finish in the top five.

He has had lots of success on road tracks, such as winning final year. But he is a risky pick at these odds because he has an average finish position of 12th in Watkins Glen in his career and has completed 10th or worse in three of his past six races here. There are better values out there in this affluent Go Bowling at The Glen field.

Instead, the model is targeting two huge underdogs with chances longer than 30-1 who are poised to make a serious run in the checkered flag, including a monster long shot. Anyone who bets on such underdogs could hit it rich.

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