2022 NASCAR Go Bowling at The Glen Odds and Predictions

2022 NASCAR Go Bowling at The Glen Odds and Predictions

2022 NASCAR Go Bowling at The Glen Odds and Predictions

The NASCAR Cup Series returns to the road for the final road course of the regular season. This road course I can get behind at Watkins Glen. Watkins Glen is not a new addition to the Cup Series schedule. This is a classic road race and TheSportsGeek has the latest NASCAR Go Bowling at The Glen odds.

We’re going over the best Go Bowling at The Glen odds and looking for the top picks. Last week Kevin Harvick doubled up to win again to put a rubber stamp on his Cup Series playoff ticket. He was coming off a win at MIS and did it again at Richmond last week.

Two in a row to make it 60 career wins for @KevinHarvick.

Congratulations to The Closer on this milestone. pic.twitter.com/SXdJlqrRjn

— NASCAR (@NASCAR) August 14, 2022

Harvick Shines Again

Harvick having another nice run was expected, but it was tough to see him winning. He pushed back on the doubters, though, and beat Christopher Bell and Chris Buescher.

The Cup Series standings remain the same at the top, as Chris Elliott’s success in the middle of the season continues to carry him. He has four wins with nine top-5 performances. Elliott has 882 points over Ryan Blaney’s 766 points.

Blaney doesn’t have a win, but running consistently is most important for points.

Kyle Larson, who hasn’t been nearly as hot as last year, is another consistent driver higher than you’d think in the standings. Larson has 745 points, with one win and nine top-5 efforts. In the final road race, does Larson have enough? Head below for the best Go Bowling at The Glen odds and predictions.

Why is everyone saying this weekend could be a wild-card race?

Just sit back and enjoy 👇 pic.twitter.com/uKQ8egaJn8

— NASCAR (@NASCAR) August 18, 2022

Go Bowling at The Glen Odds

Chase Elliott has been quiet recently. The last time we saw him in Victory Lane was on July 24 at Pocono.

It’s been around a month which isn’t a long time, but it feels like we expect him to be there every other week. He was on fire earlier in the summer.

Elliott is the clear favorite on the Go Bowling at The Glen odds board. He is listed at +500 to win the road course race, while Tyler Reddick is the second favorite at +600.

Elliott should have a big chance at Watkins Glen, but is the value there on his odds to win?

I’m not so excited about running to the window to bet Elliott at +500. I’d like to have a better price to bet him at Watkins Glen this weekend. Let’s look for a better value bet on the road for this race.

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NASCAR Go Bowling at The Glen Odds Courtesy Of Bovada:


Chase Elliott
Hendrick Motorsports

Tyler Reddick
Richard Childress Racing

Kyle Larson
Hendrick Motorsports

Austin Cindric
Team Penske

Ross Chastain
Trackhouse Racing Team

Daniel Suarez
Trackhouse Racing Team

A.J. Allmendinger
Kaulig Racing

Ryan Blaney
Team Penske

Christopher Bell
Trackhouse Racing Team

Chase Briscoe
Stewart-Haas Racing

Chris Buescher
RFK Racing

Martin Truex Jr.
Joe Gibbs Racing

Kevin Harvick
Stewart-Haas Racing

Kyle Busch
Joe Gibbs Racing

Go Bowling at The Glen Predictions

Kyle Larson (+900)

There are weeks when Kyle Larson doesn’t have much value. Especially early in the season, Larson was overvalued often. However, when the odds are right, Larson has to be considered to win.

He only has one win this season, which is a major departure from what he accomplished last year. That said, Larson is typically running well this season. He has 745 points with nine finishes in the top-5.

Larson isn’t a road course specialty by any means, but he certainly likes them more than a superspeedway. This is a track that he’s had success at in the past as well.

He’s the defending winner at The Glen, as Larson won last year on August 1.

After finishing out of the top-10 in three straight outings at Watkins Glen, Larson has finished P1, P8, P6 in his previous three races on this track.

He didn’t have success in his latest road course assignment after finishing P35 on the Indy Road Course. However, Larson did run well at Road America earlier for P3.

Larson at +500 or +600 to win this race? No. At +900 Larson has plenty of value going into this weekend, though. Consider giving him a look to win at The Glen on Sunday.

Go Bowling at The Glen Odds

Kyle Busch (+2500)

Kyle Busch’s Go Bowling at The Glen betting odds reminds me of Kevin Harvick two weeks ago in his win at MIS. Harvick was getting immense value at a track that he’s had success at in previous races.

Busch is one of the most consistent drivers at The Glen in the Cup Series.

He is routinely finishing near the front of the grid at the checkered flag. Busch has finished in the top-10 in 12 of 16 races in his career here.

In his previous six outings on the road at The Glen, Busch has finished P4, P11, P3, P7, P6, P2. He’s coming off a top-10 showing at Richmond following a dreadful showing a week earlier at MIS.

Busch looks more likely to win than the odds suggest. He’s finished P36, P11, P36, P9 in his previous four outings, so Busch hasn’t gotten the most attention lately.

That’s fine with me because the public is ignoring him and allowing for better odds. I’m willing to back him at +2500 to win this Sunday.

Go Bowling at The Glen Odds


There are only two races left in the NASCAR regular season. Following Watkins Glen, we have Daytona to close things out before Darlington on September 4. Darlington, a notoriously tricky track, is the first playoff event.

Kyle Larson might be the most under-the-radar driver going into the playoffs. Somehow he’s not getting much respect despite going into Watkins Glen 3rd in the Cup Series standings. I’m going to give Larson respect this week with a bet to win at +900.

Busch has to be one of the better value bets to win the Go Bowling at The Glen on Sunday. The oddsmakers at Bovada have him listed as 13th most likely driver to win with Kevin Harvick. When there’s value you have to bet the best odds and Busch fits into this category.

Author: Tamara Kim