Toyota Owners 400 Betting Guide: Odds, Top 5 Drivers, Race Winner

On Saturday, April 13th, NASCAR will be live Beneath the lights for the Toyota Owners 400, at the Richmond Raceway in Richmond, Virginia.

This is actually the 9th race of this season and Kyle Busch has a commanding lead at the top of the standings. With 3 wins on the season, as well as the race’s defending champ, Busch is the odds on favorite to win this Saturday night according to the majority of betting sites.

Race Profile

The Richmond Raceway was a part of NASCAR since the 1950s. It is one of the places to host NASCAR races and it’s a place where a lot of the legends of NASCAR were born. Lee Petty, Richard Petty’s father, won the race in 1953. NASCAR has run races at Richmond every year.

The track comes with an asphalt surface with a distance of .75 miles. It is a basic oval with front stretch, 4 turns, and a backstretch. The spring Richmond race returned into Saturday nights where it has traditionally been held for decades, after being transferred around on the calendar over the past few decades.

The Toyota Owners 400 breaks down as follows:

Total Miles: 300
Total Laps: 400
Phase 1: First 100 laps
Stage 2: Second 100 laps
Last Stage: Staying 200 laps
The race starts at 7:30 PM ET and it’ll air on FOX.

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