The New Hampshire Motor Speedway will serve host for the best drivers this weekend with another running of the New Hampshire 301 or the Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 as it is called this year (just stick to the former, please). Who will top the event? Let’s see what the experts have in store for us.
Expert Picks and Predictions for the New Hampshire / Foxwoods 301 Nascar Race Running on July 22, 2018
JB Racing News Reviews
|JB Racing News Reviews||Kyle Larson|
We begin with JB Racing News Reviews, which is not losing its hope on Kyle Larson. Larson has yet to win a race this season, but he might be due for one this coming weekend. Last year, Larson had a pair of second-place finishes in New Hampshire. While he has not won there in his career. he has four top 5s in eight career races at the said track with an averaged finish of 10.50. As for JB Racing News Reviews’ other picks, they are predicting Brad Keselowski to go fifth, Clint Bowyer fourth, Martin Truex third, and Kevin Harvick second, Larson is +800 to win the race.
Beyond the Flag
Over at the Beyond the Flag, Dustin Smith did not name pick to win the event, but he did lay out five names in a group he believes the winner will come from. He began with Kyle Busch, who has three career wins at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. He also had Clint Bowyer, who has two wins there. Smith added Ryan Blaney, who has zero wins in the series so far, but finished second last week in Kentucky. Then Smith mentioned Larson, who is also winless so far, but as mentioned earlier, has two runner-up finishes in New Hampshire last year. Lastly, Smith named Denny Hamlin, who has three wins and nine top 5s in Loudon.
|Dustin Smith||Kyle Busch, Clint Bowyer, Ryan Blaney Kyle Larson, Denny Hamlin|
Motor Racing Network
Three experts over at Motor Racing Network each has different drivers they are laying their money on. For Pere Pistone, it will be Keselowski, who has yet to place first this season but has finished inside the top 10 in each of his last three races at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Tyler Burnett, meanwhile, is pulling for Kyle Busch, winner of five races this year to date. Lastly, Jeff Wackerlin believes that Martin Truex Jr. is just too hot right now to stop. Truex won last week’s race in Kentucky, finished second in Daytona, fourth in Chicago, and first in Sonoma – all over the course of his last four races.
|Pete Pistone||Brad Keselowski|
|Tyler Burnett||Kyle Busch|
|Jeff Wackerlin||Martin Truex Jr.|
Ryan Simpson – TopBet Writer
Resident writer Ryan Simpson once again weighs in with his NASCAR pick for this sponsor flipping event in New Hampshire. His prediction? Martin Truex Jr.and his trusty Camry, both of which are coming off a win in Kentucky last week to boost Truex’s win total to four. Simpson states that the driver will be hungrier than ever, knowing that a win in New Hampshire will push him closer to the top of the standings.
|Ryan Simpson||Martin Truex Jr.|
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