Racing fans are rejoicing because Jeff Gordon at Combat Wounded Coalition 400 is a reality this Sunday. Good Morning and welcome back to APEX NASCAR Betting. The rumor of Jeff Gordon’s return has come to fruition. The fabled Brickyard is the backdrop for this NASCAR event. Will he be a factor or just taking a few laps out of retirement? Let us see if the tugs on the heartstrings can also be profitable to our bankrolls for our wagering ventures.
Combat Wounded Coalition 400 : Kevin Harvick’s Crew
We are looking at a near 3:19 PM start for this on NBC. Kyle Busch is your defending champion. First factor in this is the rumored cracking of the whip by Kevin Harvick. He is becoming increasingly frustrated by his crew’s botches in the pits. It has put him under consistent pressure as he continually has to make up ground each and every week. Changes are supposed to be in place. Hope to see if it pans out for him in this one.
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Next up on the lineup has to be Jeff Gordon. Interest is at a fever pitch for this one because he has come back to replace a concussion inflicted Earnhardt. Enough notice has been given for the car and driver to get to know each other but it is a real long shot for him to come through. Many in some head to head aspects but he is a pass on the futures to win here. So who does well here then? Brad is on a roll taking the summer by storm. Kevin Harvick’s changes will probably result in an increase in wagering value. For a left field pick, Greg Biffle should be worthy of your attention. Read up on the piece at I Got Sportsbook on how to bet NASCAR on the three candidates we have given you for this race.
Biffle does well at the Brickyard. His speed has been on the increase over the last few weeks. He has good value at inflated futures to win the race. Greg is certainly worth investing in at America’s Bookie for heads up wagering considerations. So rail him, Brad, and Kevin for Sunday’s big race. Good fortune in your sports investments and we shall see you next time here at APEX NASCAR Betting.