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Sport 2021 Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 picks, predictions: NASCAR expert fading Kyle Larson at Martinsville

21:30  08 april  2021
21:30  08 april  2021 Source:   cbssports.com

2021 Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 odds: Surprising NASCAR at Martinsville picks from proven model

  2021 Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 odds: Surprising NASCAR at Martinsville picks from proven model SportsLine simulated Saturday's 2021 Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 10,000 times and locked in surprising picksThe 2021 Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 odds from William Hill Sportsbook peg Keselowski as one of the NASCAR favorites at 4-1. Joey Logano, who won at Bristol, and Ryan Blaney, who won the last asphalt NASCAR race in March, both carry 13-2 odds. Before you scour the 2021 Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 starting lineup and making any NASCAR at Martinsville predictions, be sure to see the latest 2021 Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 picks from SportsLine's proven projection model.

A different driver has taken the checkered flag in the first seven races of the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series schedule. One of this year's recipients is Martin Truex Jr., who picked up the victory in the Instacart 500 at Phoenix. Truex will have recent history on his side when he attempts to become 2021's first two-time winner when he participates in the 2021 Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 at Martinsville Speedway on Saturday night. The 40-year-old completed a run of six straight top-10 finishes on the track with back-to-back wins, including one in this race last June.

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Truex is the 3-1 favorite in the latest 2021 Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 odds from William Hill Sportsbook. Two-time race winner Brad Keselowski is 4-1, while reigning Cup Series champion Chase Elliott is 11-2. The race is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. ET. You'll want to check out the NASCAR at Martinsville predictions from Micah Roberts, the legendary Vegas bookmaker who pioneered wagering on racing, before locking in any 2021 Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 picks.

Modifieds bring history back with return to Martinsville

  Modifieds bring history back with return to Martinsville Brett Bodine remembers the first time he watched a race at Martinsville Speedway. The Chemung, New York, driver had flown down in a single-engine plane to watch older brother Geoff compete. His first impression when he walked into the property? “I was amazed. I had never seen such a pristine piece of property at a […]His first impression when he walked into the property?

Roberts is the nation's premier NASCAR betting expert, and his top pick won the first two races of the 2020 season. In the season-opening Daytona 500, he nailed Denny Hamlin's win at 10-1 odds, and he hit Joey Logano at 13-2 odds in the Pennzoil 400 a week later. He also nailed the victory by Hamlin, who wasn't one of the top three favorites, in the Toyota 500 last May.

Roberts also crushed the 2019 NASCAR season. Those who wagered $100 on his predicted winner in each of the 40 NASCAR races (an investment of $4,000) finished with a strong profit of $2,100. In addition, those who put down $50 on each of Roberts' top four choices in each of those races (an investment of $8,000) were up a head-turning $3,400. Anyone who has followed his picks is up huge year after year.

Martinsville 101: TV times, lineup, sleepers, track facts

  Martinsville 101: TV times, lineup, sleepers, track facts After a week off from racing, the NASCAR Cup Series is rested, rejuvenated and ready to take on “The Paperclip” under the lights in Saturday’s Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 at Martinsville Speedway (7:30 p.m. ET, FOX, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio). Want the inside scoop? Here’s what you need to know ahead of the race. […]STARTING LINEUPBristol winner Joey Logano starts his Team Penske Ford right where he left off, securing the Busch Pole Award for the Saturday night showdown. Joining Logano on the front row is points leader Denny Hamlin, followed by William Byron and Ryan Blaney — both winners already this season — in row two. Chase Elliott, the most recent Martinsville winner, rounds out the top five.

Now, Roberts has analyzed the field and odds for Saturday's NASCAR at Martinsville 2021 race. He's sharing his winner and leaderboard right here.

2021 Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 expert picks

One shocker: Roberts is low on Kyle Larson, even though he's one of the top 2021 Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 contenders at 10-1. In fact, Roberts says Larson, one of seven drivers with a victory during the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season, barely even cracks the top 10.

"This never has been a good track for him," Roberts told SportsLine. "Too much breaking. Too slow for him... I wouldn't play him in any matchups or Fantasy games."

Another curveball: Roberts is high on Christopher Bell, a monster long shot at 50-1 in the latest 2021 NASCAR at Martinsville odds. The 26-year-old was less than impressive at Martinsville as a Cup Series rookie last season, finishing 28th and 15th in two starts. Bell also is coming off back-to-back poor showings at Atlanta and Bristol, but is hoping to regain the form he displayed while using the 750-horsepower race package earlier this campaign.

What drivers said after Martinsville

  What drivers said after Martinsville Post-race reaction from drivers after Sunday's completion of the NASCAR Cup Series event at Martinsville Speedway.Martin Truex Jr. – Winner: “You know what, it was never clicking. I mean, even at times where we could have decent runs, it was like fifth, sixth, seventh. I felt that was the best I could ever run here up until, like, 2015 or so. For whatever reason, I just could never get the car to do the things I wanted it to do. It came a point where people told me ‘They can’t do those things you want it to do.’ You’re like, ‘Okay, maybe it can’t do those things and I just need to figure out how to drive it the way it is.

"Bell's best performances this season have been with this week's race package, including his first Cup Series win at the Daytona Road Course and ninth place at Phoenix," Roberts said.

How to make 2021 Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 predictions

Roberts is high on a massive long shot who finished in the top 10 in this race last year. This driver is being underestimated by oddsmakers, and anyone who backs him could hit it big. You can only see who it is here.

So who wins the 2021 Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500? And which long shot stuns NASCAR? Visit SportsLine now to see the 2021 NASCAR at Martinsville leaderboard from the nation's premier NASCAR handicapper, and find out.

2021 Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 odds

Martin Truex Jr. 3-1

Brad Keselowski 4-1

Chase Elliott 11-2

Ryan Blaney 13-2

Joey Logano 13-2

Denny Hamlin 15-2

Kyle Larson 10-1

Kyle Busch 12-1

Kevin Harvick 15-1

Alex Bowman 30-1

Kurt Busch 30-1

William Byron 30-1

Christopher Bell 50-1

Matt DiBenedetto 60-1

Aric Almirola 75-1

Ryan Newman 100-1

Tyler Reddick 100-1

Bubba Wallace 100-1

Austin Dillon 125-1

Chris Buescher 150-1

Cole Custer 200-1

Erik Jones 200-1

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 200-1

Chase Briscoe 250-1

Ross Chastain 250-1

Daniel Suarez 250-1

Michael McDowell 300-1

Ryan Preece 750-1

Corey LaJoie 2000-1

Anthony Alfredo 2500-1

Justin Haley 2500-1

Josh Bilicki 5000-1

James Davison 5000-1

Quin Houff 5000-1

B.J. McLeod 5000-1

Cody Ware 5000-1

J.J. Yeley 5000-1

Rain in Martinsville: Nascar race is continued Sunday .
in Martinsville was started on Saturday night, much more but not - rainfall despite positive feedback on the Martinsville test no option just like the Food City Dirt Race two weeks ago in Bristol So it takes two attempts again in the subsequent race of the NASCAR top league to get the race across the stage. The Blue-EMU Maximum Pain Relief 500 on the Martinsville Speedway was launched on Saturday night with a delay of one and a half hours, but little later had to be interrupted.

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