SRX Odds, Picks & Predictions: Best Bet for Saturday Night’s Race at Nashville Fairgrounds
Photo by Kathryn Riley/SRX via Getty Images. Pictured: SRX drivers Hailie Deegan and Bobby Labonte
SRX is back in action on Saturday night with its fourth race of the season.
Tonight’s event gets underway at 8 p.m. ET (CBS) at Nashville Fairgrounds and includes many of the series regulars, like Tony Stewart, Ryan Newman and Marco Andretti. New stars like Matt Kenseth and Josef Newgarden are also joining the field.
Before we get into my best bet for tonight’s race at Nashville, let’s take a look at live SRX odds via DraftKings Sportsbook.
*Odds as of Saturday afternoon
- Tony Stewart: +350
- Ryan Newman: +400
- Matt Kenseth: +600
- Josef Newgarden: +600
- Greg Biffle: +800
- Helio Castroneves: +1000
- Marco Andretti: +1000
- Bobby Labonte: +1500
- Cole Williams: +1500
- Tony Kanaan: +2000
- Ryan Hunter-Reay: +2500
- Paul Tracy: +5000
- Michael Waltrip: +10000
SRX Betting Pick
For tonight’s SRX race at Nashville, I’m looking at Cole Williams, who won his spot in this event via fan vote.
To be completely upfront and honest, I don’t know much about Williams.
I also don’t have any specific or proprietary data that suggests he’ll perform well at this track or in these style of race cars.
However, I’m leaning specifically on speeds from Saturday’s practice session.
According to Tom Bowles from Frontstretch.com, Williams was blazing fast in practice, besting the second-fastest driver, Greg Biffle, by almost a quarter-second.
Some @SRXracing shakedown times from @RaceFairgrounds practice. @colewilliams46 showing speed. Can he be the first Local All-Star to win a Main Event this season?
Also, strong start for @josefnewgarden as he prepares for his #SRX debut. Will he fun to watch! pic.twitter.com/U8BuTFe7Ub
— Tom Bowles (@NASCARBowles) July 9, 2022
That’s a big gap, especially when we’re talking about short-track racing.
As mentioned above, Williams is not considered a favorite for tonight’s SRX race at Nashville evidenced by his 15-1 odds, which ranks in a tie for eighth best among the 13-car field.
Again, I’m nothing close to an expert when it comes to SRX racing.
However, I’m very willing to grab a driver who had the field covered in practice at 15-1 odds with just 12 other cars to beat.
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