Busch won the NACSAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series race.
On Saturday, he went a lap down. He came back to win the race, holding off a late fee in Christopher Bell, Tyler Reddick and John Hunter Nemechek.
Kyle Busch has won at every race track around the schedule. He is a safe bet everywhere. However, he has added motivation to complete the sweep.
Kevin Harvick was the odds on favorite to win this weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. He is the defending winner at LVMS. But, following final practice his 5.5-1 odds dropped to 10-1.
Harvick will start in the pole. However, he also said that he did not have the quickest car. He stacked up 15th in the clinic and 29th in final practice.
Jimmie Johnson also sits at 30-1 odds. He’s a four time champion in this track. His last win came in 2010.
Richard Childress Racing has shown speed this weekend. Austin Dillon has spanned both practice sessions. However, he sits at 30-1 odds. His last win came in the 2018 Daytona 500.
Austin Dillon at the NASCAR garage area at Las Vegas Motor SpeedwayLAS VEGAS, NV — MARCH 02: Crew members push the #3 Dow SILASTIC Silicone Elastomers Chevrolet through the garage area during a rain-delayed practice for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Pennzoil 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on March 2, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Sarah Crabill/Getty Images)
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Daniel Hemric is the other portion of the Richard Childress Racing stable. He was 2nd fastest in both practice sessions. 2nd into teammate, Austin Dillon.
Alex Bowman almost claimed the pole. He missed getting to the lineup to begin his qualifying lap with a fraction of a moment. Had he reached the line at the time, Bowman would be starting from the pole today.
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