The Supercars Eseries returns for Round 7 tonight as the V8 drivers strap themselves in for some NASCAR action with three big races set to take place across Charlotte Motor Speedway and Daytona International Speedway!
The regular grid will be joined by just two wild card drivers as F1 young gun Lando Norris prepares for his third series appearance for Walkinshaw Andretti United.
As usual our in-house Rev Head Reverend has critically analysed the All Star grid and extracted his best betting plays to share with the punters below!
The Charlotte Motor Speedway is a 2.4km quad oval track which is on par with Luigi Raceway in terms of technical difficulty, with two straights and two lefthand turns you’d have to be Eric Zoolander to find the going tough here.
Anton de Pasquale, Lando Norris and Shane van Gisbergen took out a race each in Round 6 of the BH Supercars All Star Eseries, with the latter moving within 60 competition points of Championship leader Scott McLaughlin.
F1 prodigy Lando Norris is a huge fan of Esports and the McLaren driver is going from strength to strength behind the virtual wheel of Walkinshaw Andretti United.
After finishing 19th and 10th in his Esupercars Round 5 debut, Lando went on to win at Circuit of the Americas and claimed a top 10 spot in the following race.
Traditionally the top qualifiers have gone on to win the opening races of each Eseries round, with de Pasquale and van Gisbergen amazingly claiming all 10 pole positions between them.
This trend could be set to change in Charlotte as all ‘Car Damage’ is set to be removed for Race 1, this means contract with barriers or other drivers will not effect the performance of the online supercars, resulting in a fiercely brutal race where technical ability will be thrown out the window!
With no car damage on, the field should be brought back together with everyone a chance at snaring a win, saying that I believe the likes of de Pasquale ($2.38), van Gisbergen ($2.38) and McLaughlin ($3) have been priced far short by the bookies, with Lando representing the best value at the top of the grid.