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2009 Toyota/SaveMart 350 Betting Stats & Odds

Written by Gaby Varji   
Thursday, 18 June 2009 21:25
2009 Toyota-Savemart 350

Mark Martin will be looking to continue his climb up the driver standings on Sunday when he takes to the road course at Infineon Raceway for the Toyota/SaveMart 350.

Martin took advantage of Jimmie Johnson's empty gas tank and grabbed the checkered flag in the LifeLock 400 at Michigan International Speedway last time out. Martin now has three wins this season, and he moved up five spots in the standings with the result.

Jeff Gordon ended up in second at Michigan, while Denny Hamlin, Carl Edwards, and Greg Biffle followed him across the finish line. Juan Montoya, Tony Stewart, Kurt Busch, Brian Vickers, and Clint Bowyer made up the rest of the LifeLock 400 Top 10.

Jimmie Johnson goes from a +350 favorite at the LifeLock 400 last weekend to a +2000 this weekend in the Toyota Save/Mart 350.

Kyle Busch was 13th at Michigan, Dale Earnhardt Jr. was 14th, Matt Kenseth was 20th, Kasey Kahne was 21st, and Johnson had to settle for a 22nd-place result on the day.

Stewart's lead on Gordon in the driver standings is now down to 47 points after 15 events, with Johnson 142 points back in third place. Kurt Busch, Ryan Newman, Edwards, Biffle, Martin, Kyle Busch, Hamlin, Kenseth, and Jeff Burton round out the Top 12. David Reutimann is three points back of Burton in 13th place in the standings.

Martin has one Cup win at Infineon in his career; that victory came in the SaveMart 300 back in 1997. Gordon has five Cup victories on the Sonoma road course, most recently in 2006, while Stewart won there in 2001 and 2005. Kyle Busch won this race last year, and Montoya took the checkered flag in the Toyota/SaveMart 350 in the 2007 season.

After racing at Infineon the drivers of the Sprint Cup Series will close out their June schedule with the Lenox Industrial Tools 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on the 28th. July events will then be run at Daytona, Chicagoland, and Indianapolis.

 
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