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 around 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 week. 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).