Ladies and gentlemen, the NASCAR Truck Series now heads to Kansas Speedway as we prep our Trucks Best Bets for the Kansas Lottery 200. After the series took the last few weeks off, the racing action picks back up at the 1.5 mile oval where we will see the first cut-off race in the round of 10.
A lot has changed since the series last raced here back in May, but one thing that remains the same is the tire code Goodyear will bring to the track this week. Along with this specific tire code, the Truck Series also ran the same tire at Las Vegas & Texas.
I’m pumped to watch the trucks on Friday Night. From the drop of the green flag, I anticipate the action to be intense from the start. Enjoy the race, and let’s cash these Best Bets!
NASCAR Trucks Best Bets: Kansas Lottery 200 At Kansas
#66 Ty Majeski Top 5 +100 (DraftKings Sportsbook)
I highlighted the tire codes above, and a reason why is it helps to find an edge with a driver and race team. At Vegas, Kansas and Texas, Majeski finished 10th, 2nd & 5th. After finishing runner-up here in May, I’ll take the plus money for Majeski and the #66 team to follow up their performance and do it again.
#88 Matt Crafton -122 vs. #75 Parker Kligerman -106 (Barstool Sportsbook)
This intriguing matchup features a driver in Kligerman who scored a win already this season in a part-time ride. He enters this H2H as the underdog. Crafton is competing for a championship and looking to advance to the round of 8. Prior to the race, he and the #88 team are +3 points to the cutoff. As a result, this team is going to be focused on scoring the most points and pointing their way into the the next round. On the flip side, Kligerman and his team are here to win and win only. As a result, I like the #75 team at -106 on Friday over Crafton.
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NASCAR DFS Truck Picks For DraftKings: Kansas Lottery 200 At Kansas
#75 Parker Kligerman – ($8.8K)
Similar to reasons I mentioned above, Kligerman and the #75 team are here to win. Kligerman is a driver that knows how to get the most out of his truck, and at a track where he’s able to use multiple grooves, I have full confidence that’s he’ll produce at a high level in each DFS lineup I put together. At $8.8k, I’m all in!
#52 Stewart Friesen – ($8.6K)
A winner at Texas in May and someone that knows how to get it done on these track types, don’t be surprised if Friesen and the #52 team are major players here on Friday. I wasn’t able to find an edge for him in my betting card, but in DFS I can place him in each lineup and feel confident prior to the race. $8.6k is money well spent!