MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES: PENNZOIL four hundred (267 laps, 400.5 miles around a 1.5-mile oval), Las Vegas Motor Speedway; Las Vegas. TV: Sunday, three:30 p.M. ET (Green flag approx. Three: forty six p.M. ET) — Fox (Radio: Performance Racing Network, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio Channel ninety). THIS WEEK: The third of 36 races at the season, Chevrolet groups are already starting to try and parent out in which they may be coming up brief. … With Denny Hamlin and Toyota prevailing the Daytona 500 and Brad Keselowski and Ford at Atlanta, best one Chevy motive force has finished in the pinnacle 5 — Kurt Busch at Atlanta. … Vegas may not be a fantastic area to begin as the closing win through Chevrolet there has been in 2015, and that by cutting-edge Ford driving force Kevin Harvick. This will be the 23rd collection race at Las Vegas, with Harvick prevailing right here last February and Keselowski in September, both in Fords. … Hamlin* leads the Cup standings with 87 points, observed by Harvick (79), Kyle Busch (seventy eight), Kyle Larson (seventy seven), Joey Logano (seventy five), Keselowski* (72), Erik Jones (sixty eight), Kurt Busch (63), Clint Bowyer (60) and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (60). *Denotes race winner and a playoff berth. Standings in line with NASCAR.Com BEST BETS: Harvick at 9/2 is the pinnacle Vegas pick out in his Ford over Kyle Busch and his Toyota (five/1) and a trio at 6/1 — Martin Truex Jr. In a Ford, Larson (Chevrolet) and Keselowski (Ford). For the cost, Stenhouse is 50/1 with Ford electricity, and he has appropriately run to this point this season. NASCAR XFINITY SERIES:
BOYD GAMING three hundred (2 hundred laps, three hundred miles around a 1.5-mile oval), Las Vegas Motor Speedway; Las Vegas. TV: Saturday, four p.M. ET (Green flag approx. 4: sixteen p.M. ET) — FS1 (Radio: Performance Racing Network, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio Channel ninety). THIS WEEK: This is the 24th Xfinity race at LVMS. … Kyle Larson gained this race last spring while Ross Chastain gained in September. … Full-time Xfinity Series racers are 2-for-2 this 12 months. … Christopher Bell received a closing week at Atlanta. … Bell* leads the Xfinity standings with 99 points, accompanied with the aid of Brandon Jones (95), Justin Allgaier (eighty one), Tyler Reddick (eighty), Cole Custer (seventy six), Austin Cindric (76), Jeffrey Earnhardt (seventy six), Michael Annett* (seventy one) and Chastain (sixty six). *Denotes race winner and a playoff berth. Standings in line with NASCAR.Com BEST BETS: Kyle Busch is a heavy preferred (4/5) ahead of Bell (7/2). Allgaier and Custer are strong photographs at 7/1. However, a 500/1 flyer on Chastain will be amusing. NASCAR CAMPING WORLD TRUCK SERIES: STRAT 200 (134 laps, 201 miles round a 1.Five-mile oval), Las Vegas Motor Speedway; Las Vegas. TV: Friday, 9 p.M. ET (race start is approx. Nine: 4 p.M. ET) — FS1 (Radio nine p.M. ET: Motor Racing Network, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio Channel ninety). THIS WEEK: This is the twenty-fourth time the Trucks will race at Las Vegas and is the 1/3 of 23 races for the season, the 0.33 in a row to open the season before a two-week layoff. … Kyle Busch won this race final year, with Grant Enfinger prevailing in September. … Busch gained last week at Atlanta. … After the 2-week layoff, the Trucks will return at Martinsville Speedway on March 23. … Enfinger leads the Truck standings (ninety one points), observed by Austin Hill* (ninety), Ben Rhodes (seventy seven), Johnny Sauter (73), Harrison Burton (67), Matt Crafton (60), Brett Moffitt (fifty seven), Timothy Peters (57), Stewart Friesen (fifty seven) and Sheldon Creed (fifty six). *Denotes race winner and a playoff berth. Standings consistent with NASCAR.Com BEST BETS: Kyle Busch (half of) is always the fave on this series while he’s jogging. But that leaves appropriate cash to be had in the back of Moffitt and Sauter (8/1). Peters, at one hundred/1, is going to win this kind of weeks. VERIZON INDYCAR SERIES THIS WEEK: The 2019 season begins March 10 in St. Petersburg, Fla. FORMULA ONE THIS WEEK: The 2019 season starts March 17 in Melbourne, Australia NATIONAL HOT ROD ASSOCIATION THIS WEEK: The hot rods go away Arizona after two of 24 occasions this season before heading to Gainesville, Fla., for the famed Gatornationals on March 14-17. … In Arizona final week, Billy Torrence won in Top Fuel, Matt Hagan in Funny Car and Jeg Coughlin Jr. In Pro Stock. Pro Stock Motorcycle debuts at the Gatornationals. … Torrence leads the Top Fuel factors with 178, followed by Doug Kalitta (172), Leah Pritchett (145), Steve Torrence (137) and Terry McMillen (132) rounding out the pinnacle 5. … Robert Hight leads Funny Car (205), with Hagan (160), Jack Beckman (151), Tommy Johnson Jr. (132) and Bob Tasca III (129) giving chase. … Bo Butner is on top of Pro Stock (181), accompanied by using Jason Line (157), Erica Enders (152), Matt Hartford (147) and Coughlin (one hundred forty-five).