Clean Harbors 200
Saturday, October 17, 2020 at 4:00 PM (Kansas Speedway)
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We head to Kansas on Saturday for the Clean Harbors 200 in the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series.
Here are five drivers to consider throwing on Saturday’s race card.
Matt Crafton, +1200 - Matt Crafton is worth a back in his current form when you consider he’s averaging a 7.25 finish in his last four races and has top-10 finishes in six of his last eight races overall. Crafton is averaging a 2.50 place finish in his two races this year at Kansas and has finished sixth or better in eight of his last nine races at the Kansas Speedway, with two of those being victories. Crafton at this price may be the best value on the board this weekend.
Brett Moffitt, +500 - Brett Moffitt has been one of the more consistent drivers as of late, producing top-10 finishes in 10 of his last 12 races. Moffitt also has success in Kansas, which includes a runner-up finish this year in the Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 200 and top-10 finishes in three of his five trips in the Truck Series overall. Moffitt is a strong contender for his second victory of the year.
Austin Hill, +350 - The last time Austin Hill finished outside of the top-10, he won, so he’s in a good spot after being an afterthought in Alabama. Hill also has a victory in Kansas this year and is averaging a finish of 3.6 in his last three appearances at the Kansas Speedway overall. You’re not going to get rich with Hill this week, but his recent success in Kansas makes him a strong play.
Grant Enfinger, +1200 - Grant Enfinger has enjoyed some of his best racing over the last couple of months, finishing eighth or better in six of his last eight races. Expect that to continue this week considering Enfinger has finished no worse than 11th in all five appearances at the Kansas Speedway. In the two previous trips this year at Kansas, Enfinger finished third both times. Enfinger also has some solid showings in Kansas at ARCA Racing Series with a few top-five finishes.
Raphael Lessard, +5000 - Raphael Lessard has only raced twice in Kansas and both of those produced finishes outside of the top-10, so there’s not a ton to like with the rookie. However, Lessard is coming off a victory at the Talladega Superspeedway, and he’s put together some of his best runs overall, finishing seventh or better in five of his last nine tries. Lessard has officially arrived and while one win doesn’t mean more are on the way, he’s worth a look at these prices after showing he can close the deal.