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NASCAR Betting – Who To Avoid At Bristol

Written by Gaby Varji   
Thursday, 18 March 2010 07:27

Bristol Motor Speedway Beting OddsWhen making your March Madness predictions, you aim to find some darkhorses, and you usually do that in NASCAR as well. But for this week’s race, the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway, we’ll take a look at some good drivers who offer long odds, but they’re long for a reason.

NASCAR Betting – Sunday, March 21, 2:00 PM ET

Jimmie Johnson (+1000)

It’s strange to see the four-time defending champion on this list, but Bristol has been kryptonite to “Superman” over his career. Johnson has never won at Bristol, and his 16.6 average in 16 races is one of his worst. He may be getting the hang of it, as the No.48 driver finished eighth in this event, and then 12th at the summer race. But if you had to not bet on Jimmie Johnson at one place, it’s here.

Tony Stewart (+1400)

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NASCAR Betting – RCR a good bet to challenge Johnson

Written by Matt Stevens   
Wednesday, 24 February 2010 20:30

Shelby American OddsSportsbook players have been looking for a challenger to Jimmie Johnson and the Hendrick stable, and this year’s team may come in the form of a revived Richard Childress Racing, even though they’ve downsized. Here’s who should run for the checkered flag in the Shelby American at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday.

Shelby American Odds – Sunday, February 28, 2:00 PM ET

Jeff Burton, Kevin Harvick and Clint Bowyer are rated at +1500, and all three finished in the top eight last week at Fontana, behind eventual winner Jimmie Johnson.  Burton’s 9.8 finishing average in 12 races is the best among active drivers, and he has eight top-10s, along with back-to-back victories in 1999 and 2000. Harvick has three top-10s in nine trips to Vegas with a 14.0 finishing average, and Bowyer brings up the rear at 20.2, but last year’s second-place run should give him a boost of confidence. Burton and Harvick had cars that could win last week, while Bowyer was around the top 10 all day, and that’s encouraging after last year’s awful season in which all four cars missed the Chase, and they had to drop the No.07 and Casey Mears due to a lack of sponsorship.

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NASCAR Betting – Roush looks to continue spring dominance in California

Written by Matt Stevens   
Friday, 19 February 2010 07:31

NASCAR Betting OddsUS sportsbook odds (US sportsbook reviews) are banking on a battle between Hendrick Motorsports and Roush-Fenway Racing for Sunday’s Auto Club 500 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California. Hendrick is known to have the best stable of racers in NASCAR, but Roush-Fenway has won five spring races in a row at Fontana.

Auto Club 500 Odds – Sunday, February 21, 2:00 PM ET

Jimmie Johnson (+450) and Mark Martin (+750) are the favorites this week, with Jeff Gordon (+800) not far behind in this trio of Hendrick drivers. Johnson has won the fall race here three straight years and his 4.6 finishing average in eight spring races is the best among active drivers, but his only win in the spring race came back in 2002. Gordon and Martin won the first three spring races at Fontanta, and Gordon finished second in this race last year.

Defending champion Matt Kenseth (+1500) isn’t even the highest-rated Roush-Fenway driver, even though he has won this race three times. Greg Biffle (+1000) and Carl Edwards (+1000) won this race in 2005 and 2008, respectively, and both finished in the top seven last year.

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Daytona 500 Odds – Bet on Martin to steal Johnson’s Thunder

Written by Matt Stevens   
Saturday, 13 February 2010 15:31

Daytona 500 Odds - BSN SportsUS sportsbook odds (US sportsbook review) for Sunday’s 52nd running of the Daytona 500 have all four Hendrick drivers near the top of the list and for good reason, as three of the four have won the Great American Race. This year, the lone winless driver (and senior member) will join them.

Daytona 500 Odds – Sunday, February 14, 2:00 PM ET

Mark Martin (+1000)

The No.5 driver and runner-up to teammate Jimmie Johnson in the championship race last year lost to Kevin Harvick in 2007 in the closest Daytona 500 finish in the history of the event. Martin finished 16th in last year’s Daytona 500, but that was his first race with the No.5 team and now, they have some more experience. The 51-year-old has as many DNFs as he does top-10s in 25 Daytona 500s, and after a subpar effort last year, look for him to make some noise. Also, he’s starting from the pole, and the winner of the race has led the field to green nine times.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. (+800)

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