NASCAR Odds, Picks & Predictions: The All-Star Race Prop Offering Value for Sunday

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  • For the first time since 1996, NASCAR Cup Series cars will race at North Wilkesboro Speedway for Sunday night's All-Star Race.
  • NASCAR odds for the All-Star Race are also available, which should be a very popular race among motorsports bettors.
  • With this in mind, we examine the latest NASCAR odds for Sunday's All-Star Race, including a pick with value for North Wilkesboro.

While it's awesome to see cars racing around North Wilkesboro Speedway from a NASCAR fan's perspective, it's also important to stay disciplined from a betting standpoint.

There are plenty of wagering opportunities available based on the latest NASCAR odds for Sunday's All-Star Race (8 p.m. ET, FS1), so it would be easy to get carried away.

However, in my opinion, this is still a difficult race to handicap considering that Cup cars have not raced here since 1996. Yesterday's heat races, which could have provided very valuable data, were also run in the rain with NASCAR's wet weather package.

Still, there was 50 minutes of practice on Friday afternoon, and after examining these speeds, I'm keying in on one All-Star Race prop bet with +290 NASCAR odds.

NASCAR Odds All-Star Race

*Odds as of Sunday morning

The Toyotas, as a group, were very solid in practice on Friday, especially on longer runs.

Tyler Reddick posted the fastest 15-lap average overall, with Denny Hamlin, Bubba Wallace and Christopher Bell also ranking among the top-seven cars.

In 20-lap average, all four of these drivers posted top-six times as well.

Because of this, I'm taking a stab at Toyota as the winning manufacturer for tonight's All-Star Race at +290 NASCAR odds (Caesars).

Yes, there are only five Toyotas locked into the field, but remember, this race will only have 24 total cars, so the disadvantage is less than in a normal points race.

And while we can't necessarily count on it, more help could be on the way.

Ty Gibbs, who posted the fourth-fastest 25-laps average in practice, is on pole for the All-Star Open and could very well race his way into the All-Star Race itself, giving Toyota a sixth, and very fast, car in that event.

For all of these reasons, I believe there is enough value to warrant a wager on Toyota to win at +290 NASCAR odds.

The bet: Toyota Winning Manufacturer (+290) via Caesars

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