NASCAR Nashville Ally 400 Outright Winner Tips: Kevin Harvick & Ricky Stenhouse Jr Well Worth Backing at Huge Odds

NASCAR Nashville Ally 400 Outright Winner Tips


Key Stat: Kevin Harvick has done well this season on courses similar to this one at Nashville

Tip Reasoning

  • Harvick was second at Richmond this season
  • He was fifth last year at Nashville
  • Kevin was also inside the top-four at both Darlington and Charlotte this year


Ally 400 Race at Nashville Superspeedway is unique in so many aspects, something the bettors do not quite like to see. This is a concrete oval 1.33-mile course and we have only seen a single race on it over the course of history. It happened last year when Kyle Larson celebrated the victory ahead of Ross Chastain and William Byron. Since this is such a unique course, we have decided to cherry-pick several other tracks that are at least similar to this one in Nashville. Flatter tracks such as the one in Richmond or concrete tracks like those in Bristol and Dover fit the category.

After analyzing each driver’s results at the racecourses similar to the Ally 400 in Nashville, we have found a huge value in backing Kevin Harvick to win at the sky-high +3300 odds. Let’s be fair straight away, it will be very hard to nail the outright winner at Ally 400 this Sunday because of the uniqueness of the course and the fact we’ve only had a single race driven here in the past. This is why there is zero value in backing the sportsbooks’ favorites here. Harvick was fifth last year in Nashville, third in Charlotte, fourth in Darlington, and second in Richmond this year.

Tip Reasoning

Key Stat: Ricky Stenhouse Jr has three top-eight finishes on tracks similar to this one at Nashville

  • Stenhouse Jr also came sixth last year at Nashville
  • He was second this year at Dover
  • The odds of +15000 look super attractive

This is an even greater longshot as you can hardly expect a man who has frequently ended below the 25th place this season to suddenly win a race. However, as odd as it sounds, we like the +15000 odds offered for Ricky Stenhouse Jr to win Ally 400 at Nashville. Ricky came sixth at Nashville last year. He also has three additional top-eight finishes in the tracks very similar to the one at Ally 400. Stenhouse JR even finished the Dover Race as a runner-up behind his teammate Chase Elliott earlier this year. When you look at the odds, this one is definitely worth backing.

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Mark loves all American sports since a very young age. He has experience working in the UK for some of the leading UK tipping sites for several years (time goes fast when you having fun), and now has the opportunity to cover Tennis, MMA, UFC, Soccer, NFL, NBA, NHL for all US readers.