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Through the Gears: Phoenix Betting Preview

As NASCAR heads to Phoenix Raceway for the final race of the 2023 season, one NASCAR Cup Series driver will be crowned champion. Your weekly host, Mark Harris, is joined by one of the best data analysts in the industry, Ryan with iFantasyRace.

To kick off the episode, Ryan gives some insight into all things iFantasyRace.

It’s only fitting that the first topic of conversation is the four championship-eligible drivers. The two give their opinion on how to bet the four drivers, as well as who ultimately will come out on top.

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As the focus is on the contenders vying for a trophy, the betting markets are wide open for the best of the rest.

Harris then gives out his best bet in a market that the books are giving extremely generous odds because of the unique outright market in the championship race.

Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.

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Vegas has it
I would switch Byron and Blaney. But tell you what. Bell is driving a Gibbs Toyota, I’d place a wager on him at the right price.


Wrong it’s Larson,Byron,Bell,Blaney. Larson is -150 favorite. All the other drivers are +200 to +275. 75% chance that a guy’s last name begins with A “B”. Larson is always the weekly Favorite to win but Larson and team have had 3 weeks to work and massage on that car. Larson shows up in the biggest moments.


Wrong, I know what the odds were when I made my bets. Bell was +400 when I wagered.


Saturday morning 8am Vegas time and my first post is still right on Vegas odds. Except Bell is now +380. I know what I’m talking about……..


The WWE is on the grounds. All bets are off.

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