NASCAR iRacing at Dover Odds, Picks: The Finish Line 150 Driver Sharps Are Betting
Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images. Pictured: Timmy Hill, driver of the #66 Pit Boss Totota, races during the eNASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series Toyota Owners 150at Richmond Raceway
- The NASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series is back in action on Sunday, May 3 (1 p.m. ET) at Dover International Speedway.
- William Byron (+125) has the best odds to win, followed by Timmy Hill (+700).
- Learn about two best bet picks for the Finish Line 150, including one driver sharps are pounding.
Sunday’s NASCAR iRacing Finish Line 150 (1 p.m. ET on FOX, FOX Sports and FOX Sports app) at Dover International Speedway will be the second-to-last Pro Invitational Series race as drivers and teams are preparing for the sport’s return to the track on May 17 at Darlington Raceway.
While I’m excited to see traditional NASCAR racing return, I’ve enjoyed the NASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series more than I expected as both a fan and bettor.
So with our iRacing betting opportunities winding down, let’s dig into the NASCAR odds and grab these two drivers to win the Finish Line 150 at Dover.
NASCAR iRacing at Dover Odds, Picks
Timmy Hill to Win (+700)
William Byron has been the dominant driver in the series this season, and Hill has been the clear number two. Timmy has the best average finish in the Pro Invitational Series, including one win and four top-three finishes.
While Byron should certainly be the favorite, I like the value with Hill at 7-1 over Byron’s +170 odds.
In fact, PointsBet is boosting Hill’s odds to +750 as well. If you can take advantage of the odds boost, then great, but if not, 7-1 is still a really good price.
Parker Kligerman to Win (+1200)
We have NASCAR iRacing sharp action!
Kligerman actually opened at 15-1, but has been bet down to 12-1 at PointsBet and other books across the market have seen similar action.
This is why …
If you remove Talladega, which I think is reasonable considering how different pack racing is from what we’ll see on Sunday, just Hill and Garrett Smithley have better average finishes than Kligerman.
Kligerman is also a very avid sim racer with plenty of iRacing experience, meaning he’ll know how to manage tire falloff and get on and off pit road under green extremely well.
In addition, Kligerman has expectedly been putting in ample practice time at Dover this week to prepare, making him a very nice value at 12-1.
I’m comfortable betting Kligerman down to 10-1.