2020 Production Alliance Group 300 - Predictions, Odds, Favorites to Win

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The NASCAR Xfinity Series visits the Auto Club Speedway this weekend.

This year’s field of drivers does not have a lot of experience on 2-mile ovals, which should make this race quite interesting.

The entry list for this round does not have any Cup Series drivers.

Production Alliance Group 300 Quick Facts

WhereAuto Club Speedway in Fontana, CA
WhenSaturday, February 29th at 4:00 PM EST
TVFS1
Web RadioMotor Racing Network

Favorites to Win the 2020 Production Alliance Group 300

Chase Briscoe

Briscoe is coming off his first win of the season, having achieved it in dominant fashion last weekend at Las Vegas.

The Stewart-Haas driver made his first and only Xfinity Series start at Fontana last year, finishing a solid fifth.

Briscoe also has a very good record at the sister track at Michigan, with four top 10 results in four career starts between ARCA, Xfinity and the Truck Series.

The title favorite heading into 2020, the second-year driver could add a crucial second consecutive win this weekend.

Briscoe scored back-to-back top 5s to start the year, with a fifth at Daytona.

Ford cars have back-to-back wins at Fontana as well, with Briscoe’s former teammate Cole Custer winning last year’s race.

Austin Cindric

Cindric had a trouble-free race at Vegas and finished second, behind Briscoe.

The Team Penske driver is inching closer towards his first victory on an oval.

The third-year driver has two starts at Fontana, with a best finish of sixth.

Cindric could also benefit from Ford’s record at the track, with Team Penske’s Joey Logano winning the race two years ago.

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Noah Gragson

While Gragson finished 12th in his only start at Fontana, he has an encouraging record at Michigan.

The JR Motorsports driver has three top 10 finishes in three career starts between the Truck and Xfinity Series.

Gragson has never finished lower than sixth at the sister track, with his best result in last year’s season coming at the two-mile oval as well.

Having claimed his first Xfinity Series victory two weeks ago, Gragson should be a regular contender from now on.

He currently sits second in points, with two top 5 finishes.

Outside Picks for the 2020 Production Alliance 300

Daniel Hemric

Hemric’s first race in his return to the Xfinity Series did not go as planned, ending with an early DNF at Vegas.

The experienced driver will try to bounce back this weekend.

The JR Motorsports driver finished fifth at Fontana in 2018, his last full season in the series.

Hemric also finished second at Michigan that same year.

Now with a full season of Cup Series racing under his belt, he has a chance to capture his first win in a NASCAR national series.

Harrison Burton

Burton has shown remarkable progress in two starts, finishing second at Daytona and fifth at Las Vegas.

The Joe Gibbs Racing driver has seemingly left his bad year in the Truck Series behind.

The rookie will be making his first career start at Fontana this weekend.

His only previous experience on a two-mile oval was at Michigan last year, which saw him finish 11th.

However, given his form in the last two races, Burton could surprise and claim his first career win at the national level.

Justin Allgaier

Allgaier has four consecutive top 10 finishes at Auto Club Speedway, with a best result of second in 2018.

The Xfinity Series veteran is coming off a strong showing at Vegas, winning the second stage on the way to an eighth-place finish.

Allgaier crashed out at Daytona, which has left him down in ninth on the points table.

He also made two starts at the California oval in the Cup Series, scoring one 12th place, which remains as his second-best result at the top level.

2020 Production Alliance Group 300 Odds

The odds for the Production Alliance Group 300 are provided by William Hill.

WinnerWilliam Hill
Chris Briscoe+200
Justin Allgaier+350
Ross Chastain+600
Daniel Hemric+600
Austin Cindric+700
Brandon Jones+800
Noah Gragson+850
Harrison Burton+2000
Michael Annett+2500
Ryan Sieg+5000
Riley Herbst+5000
Justin Haley+5000
Field+6000
Anthony Alfredo+7500
Austin Hill+12500
Jeremy Clements+30000
JJ Yeley+50000
Joe Graf Jr.+50000

2020 Production Alliance Group 300 FAQs

What is the price of general admission at the 2020 Production Alliance Group 300?

General admission tickets start at $30.

How many drivers are competing at the 2020 Production Alliance Group 300?

Thirty-eight drivers will be racing.

What are the vehicles that will be competing?

Manufacturers include twenty-seven Chevrolet cars, six Toyota cars, and one Ford vehicle.

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