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Nascar Betting News

Nascar Betting - Brickyard 400 Odds and Positions

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Friday, 23 July 2010 07:58

Brickyard 400 Betting Odds and PicksOn Sunday, July 25 the Sprint Cup Series will return for the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

David Reutimann won the series' last event, the 400 at Chicagoland Speedway on July 10. Carl Edwards and Jeff Gordon followed Reutimann across the finish line at that event, while Clint Bowyer and Jamie McMurray rounded out the Top 5.

Kasey Kahne, Jeff Burton, Denny Hamlin, Tony Stewart, and Paul Menard also picked up Top-10 results at Chicagoland. Kyle Busch was 17th, Jimmie Johnson was 25th, Kurt Busch was 26th, and Kevin Harvick was 34th.

Harvick holds a 103-point lead on Gordon in the driver standings after 19 races, with Johnson 188 points back in third place, and Hamlin 203 points behind in fourth spot. Johnson and Hamlin are tied with a series-high five victories on the season.

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Indy 500 Betting – Power, Patrick Lead Talented Group Of Darkhorses

Written by Gaby Varji   
Sunday, 23 May 2010 12:30

Indy 500 Betting OddsAnyone doing Belmont Stakes betting will be looking for a darkhorse, and the same thing is going on for the Indy 500 at the end of the month, as there is a solid crew of longshots that can challenge the top tier of the Indy 500 betting favorites.  

Indy 500 Betting – Sunday, May 30, 1:00 PM ET

Will Power (+1000): Power (the best name in sports, by the way) is leading in the points, and he’s the only driver to win multiple races this year, in Sao Paulo and St. Petersburg.  He’s made just two appearances at the Brickyard, coming in 13th  after starting 23rd in 2008, followed by a fifth-place result in 2009.  Only a lack of experience is keeping him from being a favorite.  

Danica Patrick (+1200): Snicker if you must, as Patrick is off to a terrible start in the IndyCar season, which has many questioning her decision to drive in NASCAR part-time.  But she loves the Brickyard with four top-10s in her five starts at Indy, and she came in third last year.  Patrick has the equipment to get the job done, and last week’s 11th-place finish at Kansas was at least encouraging.

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Harvick Points Leader Heading In To Dover

Written by Matt Stevens   
Thursday, 13 May 2010 04:14

Nascar Betting OddsRichard Childress Racing has been a sports betting bystander to the domination of Hendrick Motorsports over the past four years, but with the break out of one of its own, RCR is believing they have a chance to end the domination of the 48-car in the Sprint Cup Series standings. Of the five drivers currently atop the standings, two belong to Hendrick, while the other three include representatives from RCR, Joe Gibbs Racing, and Roush Fenway Racing. The name atop the leader board however is Kevin Harvick, who holds a 110 point-lead over Jimmie Johnson for first place after four straight top-ten finishes. What may be even more impressive than Harvick’s ability to finish, is the way in which the number-29 car has gotten to the front, including this past weekend at Darlington.

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NASCAR Speeds In To Darlington

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Thursday, 06 May 2010 10:58

Nascar Betting OddsEven with the emphasis on NHL betting, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race continues this weekend when new points leader Kevin Harvick and company start their engines at the Darlington Raceway. Harvick overtook four-time defending SCS champion Jimmie Johnson in the points race with a third place finish in last weekend’s race at Richmond. The 29-car led just one lap but managed to secure 170 points, enough to move 10 up on the 48-car after Johnson finished tenth in the race. Johnson started in third, but had his share of troubles throughout the run, extending his winless streak to five after winning three of the first five of the season. It may be coincidental, but Johnson’s run of futility had coincided with  NASCAR’s decision to switch the rear wing, and replace it with the traditional spoiler. 

Kyle Busch will look for his second sports book win on the season at Darlington after continuing his domination at Richmond. Busch led an incredible 226 laps on his way to his first trip to Victory Lane in 2010, earning 195 points to rise all the way in to third place in the SCS standings. Busch has now placed in the top-ten in the four consecutive races, and five of the last six, in an impressive season in which he has already earned two top-five’s, and after last week one of the most dominating performances of the year. That has Joe Gibbs, who has signed the 25-year old for several years to come, even happier than this week’s birthday boy.

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