Kyle Busch has a chance to win once this week and one needs look no further to describe why.
The 33-year-old driver is a 2/1 preferred to win the Toyota Owners 400, which would be the very best odds any motorist has had to win a race yet this year.
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He will have good competition, although That can be Busch’s race to lose. As good as Busch has been all year, Joey Logano has quietly been solid with a win and many top 10s and Denny Hamlin has just two victories to go with a slew of high finishes, as well.
Those two drivers have combined to win five races at Richmond and have a fantastic chance to maintain Busch from victory lane this past week.
We’re going to require Logano to win his second race of the season and career event at Richmond coming from a third-place finish last week .
The Toyota Owners 400 can be seen Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET on FOX.