NASCAR Truck Series: Fr8Auctions 208 Betting Picks and Prediction
Cup Series regular Kyle Busch won the second NASCAR Truck Series race of the season in Las Vegas. But is not among the currently confirmed entrants for the Fr8Auctions 208 in Atlanta, where he has had incredible success in the past. However, we’ll look to the field of confirmed entrants. This includes past winners and the Championship points leader looking poised to add to his lead.
We’ll review all the available important information and make our Fr8 208 Betting picks for this weekend’s Truck Series race on the NASCAR schedule.
NASCAR Truck Series Fr8Auctions 208 Odds
Unfortunately, no Truck Series odds were available to make predictions for Fr8 208 race.
We recommend watching practice and qualifying before checking your favorite online sportsbook for the most up-to-date NASCAR odds and making your Fr8 208 betting picks.
All You Need to Know About the Upcoming Fr8Auctions 208 Race
NASCAR Truck Series Fr8Auctions 208 – 135 laps (208 mi):
Three Stages – 45 Laps
Location of the Game: Atlanta Motor Speedway, Hampton, Georgia.
Date and Time: Saturday, March 18th, 2023, 11 a.m. ET.
How to Watch: FS1 | NASCAR Live
Exploring the Latest Results and Updates
While we don’t have odds for our Fr8 208 betting preview, we can look to history for some insight.
Tricon Garage-Toyota’s Corey Heim won the 2022 edition of the Fr8Auctions 208. He will be one of the potential favorites to win this weekend.
Teammate and Xfinity Series regular John H. Nemechek will be a favorite in the Truck and Xfinity Series races at Atlanta. He won the Fr8Aucitons 208 in 2016.
GMS Racing-Chevrolet’s Grant Enfinger won the 2020 race at Atlanta, although that race was in June and not March.
If Kyle Busch was confirmed to be running in the Truck Series in Atlanta, he would be a huge betting favorite, having won last week and holding Truck Series wins in Atlanta in 2008, 2009, 2019, and 2021.
Unpacking the Strategic Moves and Impressive Drives of the Fr8Auctions 208
Current Truck Series NASCAR standings leader Front Row Motorsport-Ford’s Zane Smith is fresh from a 31st-place finish in the Cup Series United Rentals Work United 500 in Phoenix last weekend and is the betting favorite heading into Atlanta.
Smith finished second in the Truck Series’ Victoria’s Voice Foundation 200, behind Cup Series regular Kyle Busch, and won the season’s first race during Speedweek at Daytona. As the defending Truck Series Champion, Smith has to be considered a potential winner every weekend.
ThorSport-Ford’s Ty Majeski sits second in the Truck Series standings, with sixth and fifth place finished this season. If Majeski’s performances stay strong, he will break out and get a win this season.
Impressive Finishes and Championship Hopes
We’ve liked Tricon’s Corey Heim’s start to the Truck Series season. Heim followed up an eight-place finish at Daytona with a fourth-place finish at Las Vegas. Heim will win races this season and challenge for the Truck Series championship, with Atlanta being a potential spot for his first win in 2023.
McAnally-Hilgemann Racing-Chevrolet’s Christian Eckes started the season strong with a third-place finish at Daytona with a sixth-place finish at Las Vegas. Eckes could break into Victory Lane, capturing his first victory since the Fall 2021 Las Vegas Race and the second win in his Truck Series career.
You should also check the Fr8Auctions 208 betting odds closer to the race for any potential Cup or Xfinity Series regulars who are confirmed entrants and could win the race, much like Busch did last weekend.
NASCAR Truck Series Fr8Auctions 208 Betting Picks
Here are our three favorite drivers we think have a chance to win and are out Fr8Auctions 208 betting picks:
- Zane Smith – Front Row Motorsports – Ford
- Christian Eckes – McAnally-Hilgemann Racing – Chevrolet
- Corey Heim – Tricon Garage -Toyota
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