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Kyle Larson’s longest winless streak in his NASCAR Cup Series championship run last year was 10 starts. The 29-year-old is currently in the midst of a 15-race drought as he hasn’t captured a checkered flag since his second start of the season at Fontana. Larson hopes to end his drought when he races the 2022 Kwik Trip 250 at Road America on Sunday. The 10-year-old veteran recorded three wins in 23 starts at Cup Series road courses, but finished 16th at NASCAR Road America last year.

Larson is 5-1 and Chase Elliott is the 9-2 favorite in Caesars Sportsbook’s latest 2022 Kwik Trip 250 odds. Ross Chastain is 7-1 while Kyle Busch and AJ Allmendinger round out the top contenders at the 2022 Kwik Trip 250 at 10-1. You’ll want to check out the NASCAR at Road America predictions from Micah Roberts, the legendary Vegas bookie who pioneered racing betting, before locking in your own Kwik Trip 2022 250 picks.

Roberts, a former Vegas bookmaker, was the first to offer expanded NASCAR betting and now distributes NASCAR winners to his subscribers on SportsLine. Roberts is the nation’s top NASCAR betting expert, and his first pick, Elliott, won that race when it was known as the Jockey Made in America 250 last season.

He also correctly predicted the winner of the 2021 Coca-Cola 600, earning Larson the win at odds of 11-2, and was on point targeting Elliott as the winner of the EchoPark Grand Prix of Texas at odds of 8- 5 the previous week. Additionally, Roberts won last year’s GEICO 500 when he predicted Brad Keselowski would win at 14-1 odds. Anyone who followed their picks cashed in tickets.

Now Roberts has analyzed the field and odds for Sunday’s NASCAR at the 2022 Road America race and has just locked in his picks and predictions. He only shares his winner and his projected ranking on SportsLine.

2022 Kwik Trip 250 Expert Picks

Shocker: Roberts is down on Kyle Busch, even though he’s a top contender for the 2022 Kwik Trip 250. In fact, Roberts says Busch, who finished third at Road America last year, doesn’t rank not even in the top 15.

“The new car hasn’t been good to him on the road courses this year,” Roberts told SportsLine. “He was 30th at Sonoma four weeks ago. He might be a driver I look to bet against in driver games.”

Another curveball: Roberts is high on Austin Cindric, even though he’s a 15-1 long shot in the final NASCAR 2022 at Road America. The 23-year-old started his first full Cup Series campaign with a bang when he captured the checkered flag at the season opener Daytona 500. Cindric, one of the top candidates for the rookie in the Cup year, posted three top-10 five starts at Road America in the Xfinity Series and finished fifth at the Sonoma road course earlier this month.

“While he was in the Xfinity Series, five of his 13 career wins came on road courses,” Roberts told SportsLine. “One of them came to Road America in 2020.” See more Kwik Trip 500 expert picks here.

How to make Kwik Trip 250 2022 predictions

Roberts is elevated on a huge long shot that “may offer the most value of any driver this week.” This driver is underrated by punters, and anyone who backs him could hit him big. You can only see who it is here.

So who wins the Kwik Trip 250 2022? And what long shot stuns NASCAR? Visit SportsLine now to see the 2022 NASCAR rankings at Road America of the nation’s top NASCAR handicapper, and find out.

2022 Kwik Trip 250 odds, lineup, field, top contenders

See the full NASCAR picks at Road America, best bets and predictions here

Chase Elliott 9-2
Kyle Larson 5-1
Ross Chestnut 7-1
AJ Allmendinger 10-1
Kyle Busch 10-1
Martin Truex Jr. 12-1
Christopher Bell 15-1
Ryan Blaney 15-1
Austin Cindric 15-1
Denny Hamlin 15-1
Joey Logan 15-1
Daniel Suarez 15-1
Kurt Busch 25-1
William Byron 25-1
Tyler Red Dick 25-1
Alex Bowman 28-1
Chase Briscoe 30-1
Chris Buescher 35-1
Kevin Harvick 35-1
Brad Keselowski 50-1
Michael McDowell 50-1
Austin Dillon 100-1
Erik Jones 150-1
Aric Almirola 200-1
Cole Custer 200-1
Justin Haley 300-1
Todd Gilliland 500-1
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 500-1
Bubba Wallace 500-1
Harrison Burton 750-1
Josh Bilicki 1000-1
Ty Dillon 1000-1
Joey Main 1000-1
Loris Hezemans 1000-1
Corey Joy 1000-1
Kyle Tilley 1000-1
Cody Ware 1000-1