Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Kyle Busch favored to win 2016 Kobalt 400 pole

Kyle Busch has two Cup poles at LVMS.
LAS VEGAS — With so many additional NASCAR fans in town with loads of cash in their pocket, sports books will be amping up their wagering menu with about 90 percent more offerings than a normal Sprint Cup weekend to get some of that additional cash churned through their bet windows. One of those options that will only be offered this weekend is the odds to win Friday's Kobalt 400 pole at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

It's actually quite exhilarating to have a wager on a driver to win the pole, especially while at the track. Friday's first Cup practice (10:30 am PT) will be a huge part of the equation, but odds will be taken off the board while the session is in progress. They'll also be off Thursday morning (9 am PT) during NASCAR's five-hour mandated test session.

The best way to approach wagering on the pole is to look at last week at Atlanta in the first practice and qualifying, and then mix in some past Las Vegas Motor Speedway qualifying history, as well the past two years of qualifying on intermediate tracks.

MORE: Odds to win Sunday's Kobalt 400

There have been 11 different drivers to sit on the Las Vegas pole, led by Kasey Kahne with three (2004, 2007 and 2012). Kyle Busch won the pole in 2008 and 2009 — he's the only driver in 18 LVMS races to win the race from the pole (2009). Jeff Gordon, in the No. 24 Chase Elliott is driving this season, set the track qualifying record last season at 194.679 mph.

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