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Friday night features the 2022 Truck Series Championship as four drivers will battle it out to be crowned champion at Phoenix Raceway. NASCAR expert and handicapper Phil Bobbitt is here breaking down the race and giving us the best bets for it here.
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NASCAR Predictions, Odds, Picks: Should We Ride With Ben Rhodes at the Lucas Oil 150 Championship Truck Race?

NASCAR Truck Series Lucas Oil 150 Championship Start Time and Where to Watch

  • Date: November 4 2022
  • Game Time: 10:00 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: FS1

Click Here for Lucas Oil 150 odds

It's that time of year again. One last TRUCK NIGHT IN AMERICA!

Four men will be battling it out for the chance to bag up the 2022 Truck Series Championship. Chandler Smith, Zane Smith, Ty Majeski, and Ben Rhodes have the ultimate prize in their sights. Rhodes is the defending champion, and we'd even bet he does it again. So...

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NASCAR Truck Series Prediction

0.5u to win 6.0u - Ben Rhodes to outright win the Lucas Oil 150 (+1200) (Bet $100 to Collect $1300) Click here for the best odds, available at Bet365

1.0u to win 1.75u - Ben Rhodes to finish inside the Top-5 (+175) (Bet $100 to Collect $275) Click here for the best odds, available at Bet365

Shop around for these props. The outright win number was mostly universal, but we only currently see the top 5 at one store. You may see a better number after tomorrow afternoon's qualifying session.

Ben Rhodes, huh? 2022 hasn't been quite the year he had hoped for. Rhodes hasn't won since Bristol dirt in the fifth race of the year. Although, he did point himself into Championship 4 by virtue of a second-place finish at Talladega and a sixth-place finish at Homestead. Rhodes is rightly the longshot to take the crown, but we're banking on a little late-season magic from this ThorSport squad.

We would like to see nothing more than another Ben Rhodes drunken press conference. It makes for fantastic entertainment. To make it a reality, he will have to find some speed.

Ben Rhode's pit crew is the third overall ranked squad this season and the best amongst the remaining playoff drivers. We're examining the previous two seasons of race data from Phoenix, Martinsville, Richmond, and Gateway. Our guy is ranked second in average starting position amongst series regulars and has the number one average running position at the 90% completion mark. This wily veteran knows how to put a tactical race together.

Ben Rhodes is also ranked first in average finish (7.3) and average running position (6.9). He leads an average of 11.9 laps per race on this track type and logs 8.4 fasties. Rhodes is as steady as they come in this series.

The playoff drivers are usually given ample room to pass, and drivers who are out of the championship fight don't get too racey. We absolutely love the Top-5 prop, and it acts as a tactical hedge to the outright win wager. It will not be surprising to see the championship-4 running 1/2/3/4 to decide this thing amongst themselves.

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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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