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Toyota 200 rescheduled for Thursday due to rain delay

NASCAR had a rain delay on Tuesday for its Xfinity Series race. The Toyota 200 brings us some mid-day racing on Thursday. We break down how to watch.

Track driers work to dry the racing surface prior to the during the NASCAR Xfinity Series Toyota 200 at Darlington Raceway on May 19, 2020 in Darlington, South Carolina. Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images

NASCAR has been dealing with bad weather in Darlington during its restart, and while Wednesday’s Cup Series Toyota 500 was finished after a rain delay, Tuesday’s Xfinity Series Toyota 200 was postponed due to rain. The Toyota 200 will get going at noon ET on Thursday, airing live on FS1 and the Motor Racing Network.

Noah Gragson holds the pole position for Thursday’s rescheduled race, with Michael Annett joining him on the front row. Justin Haley and Ryan Sieg are behind them in row 2, followed by Riley Herbst and Brandon Brown. The order was determined by random draw given the lack of qualifying for the time being in NASCAR’s return to racing.

Kyle Busch is a heavy favorite in this race, installed at -125 to win at DraftKings Sportsbook. He’s followed by Chase Briscoe (+600), Harrison Burton (+900), Justin Allgaier (+1000), and Gragson (+1100). It’s no surprise Busch is the most expensive DFS option by a long shot at $16,000. The next closest is Allgaier at $11,000, Briscoe at $10,600, and Austin Cindric at $10,300.