Pennsylvania 400 Americas Bookie Free Pick seeks to take advantage of the uniqueness of the race course at Pocono. Great to see you again this weekend at APEX NASCAR Betting. Jeff Gordon is suiting up again as Dale Earnhardt Jr’s concussion effects are still lingering. 1:30PM start on Sunday sees the broadcast on NBCSN. With the great visuals and sounds, let us enjoy the viewing experience and bolster our bankrolls to boot on this Sunday the final day of July.
Pennsylvania 400 : Matt Kenseth
Pundits are looking for a repeat of the same stellar performance that Matt Kenseth had last year. With the Pocono title, he rode a monster wave of momentum via a ton of Top Ten finishes to flourish last year. It is strange to say of almost any driver that we are disappointed that he only has to wins this year. His talent is undeniable and the entire Joe Gibbs racing team seems to be getting into peak form. Right here, he should make his move. You should also and embrace him as a primary option for most heads up wagering considerations on Sunday.
Fade Kyle Busch Here
Odd that we can stay this about the hottest drive on the circuit right now. Kyle Busch’s value is anemic. The return one can get from him is too low for his practical chances. Throw out a great deal of momentum coming in here on him. His personal history at this venue has spelled trouble. In the time trials to determine starting order, he does well including the pole last year. He just can not handle the characterstics of this course over the long race and in traffic. Only one Top Ten in his last five visits here. This is no fluke and he is the avoid in futures and the fade of the heads up wagering aspects on Sunday.
Check in with America’s Bookie for the latest prices on this event. Matt Kenseth should lead us to a tidy sum this weekend. Kyle Busch should be put on the backburner of your wagering card. Good fortune in this event. The visuals and the action at Pocono are something to behold. We will visit again later here at APEX NASCAR Betting.