2018 NASCAR New Hampshire odds, picks: Advanced computer model releases surprising predictions for Foxwoods 301

The one-mile oval at New Hampshire Motor Speedway is set to host the 2018 Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET following the race was moved up an hour due to the danger of inclement weather. Kyle Busch tops the 2018 Dragon Energy Cup standings and is also the 2018 NASCAR in New Hampshire favorite, going off in 9-4. Martin Truex Jr., who won at Kentucky last week, and Kevin Harvick are right behind him 5-2 and 7-2 NASCAR at New Hampshire chances. respectively. Before you make your own 2018 Foxwoods 301 picks, you are going to want to determine what the team at SportsLine must say.
Their version, assembled by DFS pro Mike McClure, has an established track record in a number of sports. Additionally, it powers McClure’s DFS projections, which have led him to nearly $2 million in career winnings. Grew up around race tracks. Significant racing events in this way have been in his blood, and his model has been crushing its 2018 NASCAR picks.
It nailed two of the past 3 winners — Kyle Busch at Chicago and Martin Truex Jr. at Sonoma. It called four of the top five finishers at last week’s Quaker State 400.
It also predicted the 1-2 finish for Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick at the O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 and Harvick’s win in the KC Masterpiece 400. Additionally, it nailed five of the top 10 at Bristol and two of the top five in the Daytona 500, just to name some of its large calls. Anyone following its selections this year is way, way up.
Now that the 2018 Foxwoods 301 field is locked, SportsLine mimicked the event 10,000 times and the results were surprising.
1 surprising pick from the model for NASCAR in New Hampshire: Kyle Larson, going off at 18-1 Foxwoods 301 chances and not one of the top favorites, makes a solid run at the checkered flag.
Larson has become the runner-up in three of the past eight starts at New Hampshire, such as both races last year, and has a strong history at this course. He has finished in the top 10 in two of his last three Monster Energy Cup races entire (Kentucky, Chicago) and is a target for anybody searching for a massive payday.
Another shocker: Truex Jr., fresh off his win in the Quaker State 400 last week, barely cracks the top five at the 2018 New Hampshire 301 although he’s the second-biggest favorite.

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