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Nascar Betting News

NASCAR Betting – Who To Avoid At Richmond

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Wednesday, 28 April 2010 20:40

Richmond Betting – Saturday, May 1, 7:30 PM ETWhen looking at Kentucky Derby odds, there is always going to be a couple of horses that you should stay away from, and the concept is the same for NASCAR betting.  Here’s who you should avoid for the Crown Royal 400 this Saturday night at Richmond, and a couple of the names on the list may surprise you. 

Richmond Betting – Saturday, May 1, 7:30 PM ET

Jimmie Johnson (+500): This may be a strange thing, to rule out the favorite who happens to be a four-time defending champion and three-time winner at Richmond, but most of the No.48 driver’s success has come in the summer race as they’re gearing up for the Chase.  Johnson has one win in the spring, but that was just one of two top-10s in eight spring races here.  He did win last year’s summer race, but that was after a 36th-place finish in the spring. 

Kurt Busch (+1200): The older Busch has two top-10s in nine spring races at Richmond, although he wasn’t that far off last year with a 12th-place run.

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NASCAR Betting – Five To Avoid At Talladega

Written by Gaby Varji   
Friday, 23 April 2010 00:05

NASCAR Betting – Talladega OddsLike Chicago in the NBA’s Bulls vs Cavaliers odds, there are a few drivers that are very unlikely to be victorious at the Aaron’s 499 at Talladega Superspeedway on Sunday afternoon. Some will be caught in the “Big One”, and some will get shuffled out of the draft, but rest assured, there will be some disappointed drivers this weekend. 

Talladega Betting – Sunday, April 25, 1:00 PM ET

Kyle Busch (+1000): Yes, he won the 2008 spring race, but that is the only top-10 in 10 Talladega races for the No.18 driver, who finished third in the Sprint Cup race last week in Texas, then followed with a win in the Nationwide series. Busch also has four DNFs here, and he just seems to have bad luck on the 2.66-mile monster that is Talladega.  

Jimmie Johnson (+1200): This is the pick that makes us most nervous, because, well, it’s Jimmie Johnson. But the No.48 driver has just one win in 16 trips to Talladega, including seven top-10s, but he also has six DNFs.

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NASCAR Betting – Top disappointments of the season… far

Written by Gaby Varji   
Thursday, 01 April 2010 11:25

Nascar OddsThose looking at Final Four odds know all about busts and disappointments, as they’ve had to endure a season with the likes of North Carolina and UConn failing to make the NCAA Tournament. It’s still too early to call any of these drivers busts as the season is just two months old, but they need to turn it around quick.

Kyle Busch

His teammate at JGR, Denny Hamlin, would also be on this list if not for his spectacular win at Martinsville, but instead, it’s just Busch, who has just one top-10 this season, and that came at Bristol, which ironically has had his worst starting position. Is Busch stretching himself too thin by trying to defend his Nationwide title, in addition to getting his trucks team off the ground? Oh yeah, he got engaged, too.

Juan Pablo Montoya

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NASCAR Betting – Darkhorses to ride at Martinsville

Written by Gaby Varji   
Thursday, 25 March 2010 09:00

NASCAR OddsMarch Madness odds players are always on the hunt for the upset, and there were plenty in the first weekend of the big dance. That can translate over to the Goody’s Fast Relief 500 on Sunday at Martinsville Speedway, where Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon and Denny Hamlin have dominated in recent years. Here’s the best NASCAR bets to step up and end their reign, at least until the fall race at the half-mile paper clip.

NASCAR Odds – Sunday, March 28, 1:00 PM ET

Tony Stewart (+1000)

Stewart won the 2006 spring race, and his 8.9 finishing average in 11 spring races at Martinsville is fourth among active drivers. He finished in the top 10 in both races last year, and he’s coming off a second-place run at Bristol last week as he failed to hold off Johnson.

Kevin Harvick (+1500)

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