NASCAR Betting Preview: Henry Ford Health System 200

  • Austin Hill is favored to win the Henry Ford Health System 200 with +300 odds.
  • Christian Eckes has +500 odds to win the race.
  • Brett Moffitt’s odds at winning the race are at +600.
  • Matt Crafton has longshot +1200 odds to win.

BROOKLYN, Mich. – NASCAR fans and bettors are in for some great action Friday as the Grander RV and Outdoor Truck Series continues today with the Henry Ford Health System 200.

The race is set to begin at 6:00 p.m. EST from the Michigan International Speedway.

Online sportsbooks have weighed in believing that Austin Hill is the favorite with +600 odds and rightfully so.

Odds To Win Trucks Henry Ford Health System 200

  • Austin Hill +300
  • Christian Eckes +500
  • Brett Moffitt +600
  • John Hunter Nemechek +1000
  • Sheldon Creed +1000
  • Zane Smith +1000
  • Matt Crafton +1200
  • Ben Rhodes +1400
  • Chandler Smith +1600
  • Grant Enfinger +1600

In all ten races he has been in this year, nine of them have been top-10 finishes including five top-five finishes and even a win at the Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 200 back in July.

Hill currently leads all drivers in points by a landslide with 394 points. He also leads in both top-five and ten finishes.

Hill is the safest option here to bet on as he has been consistently good since the start of the series.

Christian Eckes follows Hill on the oddsboard as he has had some strong outings this year as well. Eckes has five top-ten finishes to his name including three in the top-five.

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Though he can sometimes show some inconsistency, his top finishes back up his odds. Another factor weighing in here could be that he is ranked third in points amongst all drivers with 344 points.

Bettors can see this and bet on Christian Eckes NASCAR odds confidently.

Looking at Brett Moffit, this is someone who bettors will have a hard time getting their heads wrapped around.

Moffit has been far from adequate this year as he has just three top-ten finishes, in fact, his last five races have all been outside of the top-ten. The only thing that is slightly holding his odds up is that he is fifth in points with 325.

Bettors would find better luck betting on the favorites or possibly on a longshot such as Matt Crafton. He has been spectacular lately as he has notched four top-five finishes in a row including a win at the E.P.T 200 in Kansas.

With those finishes backing him up, bettors should be more and more convinced to bet on his odds. He also is sixth amongst all drivers in points with 321. If Crafton could pull off his second win in a row, bettors could be met with a nice payout.