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Alsco Uniforms 250 Predictions, Picks, Betting Odds (Xfinity Series)

  • Based on limited data, Ty Gibbs should be the favorite in Xfinity return to Atlanta.
  • Landon Cassill is an excellent value bet on NASCAR’s newest superspeedway.
  • RCR driver Austin Hill already has shown a knack for racing at the repaved track. 

Alsco Uniforms 250 Betting Odds

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Driver Odds
AJ Allmendinger +650
Ty Gibbs +650
Noah Gragson +650
Tyler Reddick +750
Austin Hill +750
Justin Allgaier +1000
Josh Berry +1000
Sam Mayer +1200
Daniel Hemric +1400
Landon Cassill +1600
Ryan Truex +1600
Brandon Jones +1800
Riley Herbst +1800

Our Picks for the Alsco Uniforms 250

Ty Gibbs to win the race at +650

Ty Gibbs to beat Josh Berry at -125

Landon Cassill to finish first (+1600), second (+650) and third (+400) as a long-shot bet

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Alsco Uniforms 250 Predictions

Ty Gibbs Looks for Season Sweep at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Saturday

After racing for years on degraded asphalt, NASCAR Xfinity Series drivers found a freshly repaved surface at Atlanta Motor Speedway when they returned to the track in March.

The new asphalt transformed the speedway from a typical 1.5-mile intermediate track to a short version of a superspeedway, with NASCAR’s superspeedway competition package in place.

Ty Gibbs won the first race on the new asphalt. Saturday’s race marks the first time the series will return to a track for a second event this season, and we like Gibbs to double up at +650 to win, despite the small sample size on the renovated speedway.

The driver of the No. 54 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota is coming off a confidence-building victory last Saturday at Road America, and we expect him to win for the fifth time this season and the ninth time in 35 career Xfinity Series starts.

We also like Gibbs to beat JR Motorsports driver Josh Berry heads-up at -125.

It’s Landon Cassill’s Time to Shine on Newest Superspeedway in Atlanta

OK, we know AJ Allmendinger is a co-favorite at +650 in Saturday’s Also Uniforms 250, but we think his Kaulig Racing teammate, Landon Cassill, is a better value at +1600.

It’s also true that Cassill has never won a NASCAR national series race. That said, he has consistently shown a knack for racing in the draft on superspeedways.

Yes, in previous races, Cassill has often served as a “domestique”—in Tour de France terms—to his Kaulig teammates, but on the Xfinity Series’ first trip to Atlanta in March, he drove the No. 10 Chevrolet to a fifth-place finish, just two spots behind Allmendinger.

We think Cassill is severely undervalued at +1600 and advocate bets to win, to finish second (+650) and third (+400) on Saturday—provided your risk tolerance isn’t too great.

Atlanta Is a Superspeedway; Therefore, Austin Hill Has to Be Considered

This one is pretty simple. Austin Hill consistently shows his strength on superspeedways, and repaved Atlanta now falls into that category.

True to form, Hill drove his No. 21 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet to victory in the Xfinity Series season opener at Daytona International Speedway.

He followed that with a second-place run at Atlanta in March. Additionally, Hill has notched two of his eight NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victories on superspeedways.

If you don’t favor Ty Gibbs to win, Hill is the logical second choice to at +750.

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Race Alsco Uniforms 250 NASCAR Xfinity Series race
Location Atlanta Motor Speedway
Time Saturday, July 9, 5 p.m. ET
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Award-winning motorsports writer Reid Spencer has served as lead writer for the NASCAR Wire Service for 16 years, having also spent a four-year stint as NASCAR columnist and beat writer for Sporting News. He is currently serving as president of the National Motorsports Press Association. Email: [email protected]

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