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Profit for the truck race last night, but not the sweep we had envisioned. Here's a three-pack that should get the job done tonight! Phil Bobbitt breaks down NASCAR's Xfinity Series at Martinsville.

NASCAR Xfinity Series at Martinsville Preview and Best Bets: Call 811 Before You Dig 250

This weekend's race schedule has my internal clock feeling like I've crossed through five time zones on the day that daylight savings time kicks in. But here we are. Making bets. Life is good.

We covered the track stats for Martinsville in the Camping World Truck Series article, but let's go with the cliff notes version. This track is the shortest on the circuit at 0.526 miles and is quite flat, measuring 12 degrees of banking in the corners.

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Risk: 1.0u to win 1.5u - Noah Gragson to Finish inside the Top-3 (+150) (Bet $100 to Win $150)

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Welcome to Noah Gragson's statistically best track in Nascar. He's raced here three times in his career and improved each visit. Pretty astounding when you consider he finished third in 2020, second in the first visit of 2021, and won last October. He led in all three of those contests but absolutely dominated in October, pacing the field for 153 laps.

His 2022 form has been extraordinary as well, scoring five top-5 finishes in the first seven races. We're seeing the focused version of Noah Gragson this year, and a guy that will compete for wins at every track type.

It seems like we've missed a few times while touting Gragson and that means he owes us money. I've always been told that you're never broke when someone owes you money. Since that's the case, we're also taking a shot at the outright win with this fella. (+550 Draftkings/Fanduel/BarStool)

Risk: 1.0u to win 1.3u - Ty Gibbs to finish inside the Top-3 (+130)(Bet $100 to Win $130)

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Another week, another bet on Ty Gibbs. It's important to be consistent. There was another great 'Gibbs' that was super consistent. You could set your watch to Leroy Jethro Gibbs of the Naval Criminal Investigative Unit. The guy showed up week in and week out for 431 of 433 episodes. That's what I call answering the bell.

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Ty Gibbs ran both races last year and was pretty good. He finished 4th in the spring, but 27th in the fall. He did lead in both races, however. Let’s chalk that tough break up to a learning curve. The fact remains that he will have one of the fastest cars in the field, and he’s beginning to mature. Gibbs is also coming off of a win last week and we cashed this same prop. Back to the well, let’s get the cash!

Risk: 1.3u to win 1.0u - Josh Berry to finish inside the Top-5 (-130) (Bet $130 to Win $100)

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Martinsville holds a special place in Josh Berry's heart. It was the site of his very first win, after nabbing the late lead from Ty Gibbs. The last time we were here though, he finished 29th. That was in a Jordan Anderson car (junk) and not the JR Motorsports vehicle that he won in and will be driving this weekend. We've talked about Berry before, and we know the guy is super-talented. He's had a nice year so far, finishing in the top-10 four times in seven races...but I'm sure this date with Martinsville has been circled on his calendar as a stop where he has winning aspirations on his mind.

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Phil and Steve are lifelong buddies from the Philadelphia area. They specialize in all things motorsports and turned in a 131.3 unit profit in 2021.


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