Sunday at Sonoma Raceway
As one of the biggest races on the NASCAR motorsports calendar, fans look forward to seeing the best of the best ride along at the Toyota Save Mart 350. This promises to be a pretty spectacular match-up, and we’ve already seen a list of some pretty interesting favorites pop up recently. All of our recommended sportsbooks offer both winner, top 3, top 5 and top 10, match up markets. We're ready for Sunday evening, some of the favorites for this one include:
Chase Elliott +225
Without doubt the big time favourite for this event, Elliott arrives here in a pretty good mood. He won two weeks back at the Circuit of the Americas, driving an outstanding race. He also picked up a 2nd-place result in the Coca Cola 600, so he arrives here in a good level of form.
Elliott is favorite because of his recent form, with four Top-5 finishes in his last five races. But nothing good lasts forever and at these odds we don't see much value.
Martin Treux Jr. +400
However, with the COVID-19 pandemic stopping the 2020 edition of this race, you cannot discount the defending champ in Martin Treux Jr. – he arrives here as the two-times champion. He’s got a trio of victories to his name this year already, though he has been pretty poor since he won out in Darlington.
Indeed, he’s not even made the Top 15 in recent races, failing to finish at the Circuit of the Americas and finishing a lowly 29th last week. With his history in this particular race, though, it would be hard to see him as anything other than a high level competitor for the title once again.
Kyle Larson +800
Kyle Larsaon comes into this one feeling pretty good about himself. His reason for such a high ranking on the ratings, though, stems from his excellent recent form. He has finished second or better in his last four races, with three 2nd-place finishes being improved upon by a victory in last weekends race. So, he turns up here knowing he has good form behind him – however, with a patch record at this race itself, it might not be plain sailing.
Kyle Busch +700
Currently 8th in the Cup series as a whole, Busch has a lot of improving to do if he wants to go all the way to the top of the rankings. His recent rides have been inconsistent to say the least. He won in Kansas, came third in Darlington, dropped to 27th in Dover, came 10th in the COTA, and then 3rd last week at Charlotte.
He’s a fine driver, but someone who definitely needs to find some extra consistency when it comes to these major events.
William Byron +1400
Hendrick Motorsports’ own mastermind is sitting 4th in the cup standings, and has enjoyed some interesting results recently. His last five from Kansas to Charlotte reads 9th, 4th, 4th, 11th, and 4th – so he’s yet to crack the podium spots again for the recent races. However, Byron has found some decent form in recent races and does look like he could continue to move up the standings as opposed to down.
With a fair amount of history with this track, too, he’ll want to at least be in the conversation for winning.
Joey Lugano +1600
If you want to back a potential shock, though, Joey Lugano is a good place to look. He’s came 17th, 13th, 5th, 3rd, and 17th in his last five races from Kansas to Charlotte. He’s got some decent form behind his back, and probably has a lot of people failing to pay attention to him. With many of the big names listed above likely to wind up facing off against one another, this could be a good chance for Lugano to streak ahead and get in ahead of the chasing pack while they all fight it out amongst one another.