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Nascar Betting News

Price Chopper 400 Betting News & Odds

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Saturday, 03 October 2009 21:54

price chopper 400Mark Martin and Jimmie Johnson are neck and neck atop the Chase standings as the Sprint Cup betting Series heads to Kansas Speedway for Sunday's Price Chopper 400.

Johnson edged Martin for the checkered flag last time out in the AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway. Martin leads Johnson by 10 points in the driver standings after two Chase for the Sprint Cup events.

Matt Kenseth, Juan Montoya, Kurt Busch, Jeff Gordon, A.J. Allmendinger, Kasey Kahne, Tony Stewart, and Ryan Newman rounded out the Dover Top 10. Carl Edwards was 11th, Greg Biffle was 13th, Brian Vickers was 18th, and Denny Hamlin was 22nd.

Montoya sits in third in the driver standings, 65 points back of Martin. Busch, Stewart, Hamlin, Newman, Gordon, Biffle, Vickers, Edwards, and Kahne, in order, make up the rest of the Top 12.

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Nascar Betting Odds: AAA 400

Written by Matt Stevens   
Thursday, 24 September 2009 23:38

AAA 400 Betting Odds at BSN SportsMark Martin will continue his quest for the Sprint Cup title on Sunday afternoon when the Chase hits the track at Dover International Speedway for the AAA 400.

Martin took the checkered flag in the first Chase event of the season last time out, the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. That win puts Martin 35 points ahead of second-place Jimmie Johnson in the driver standings as the circuit heads to Dover.

Juan Montoya, Denny Hamlin, Johnson, and Kyle Busch rounded out the Top 5 in the Sylvania 300. Kurt Busch, Ryan Newman, Elliott Sadler, Greg Biffle, and Clint Bowyer made up the rest of the day's Top 10 at New Hampshire.

Brian Vickers finished 11th at New Hampshire, while Tony Stewart was 14th, Jeff Gordon was 15th, Carl Edwards was 16th, and Kasey Kahne ended up in 38th after completing only 66 laps.

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Nascar Betting Odds - 2009 Sylvania 300 Picks

Written by Gaby Varji   
Friday, 18 September 2009 20:30

Sylvania 300 Betting Preview at BSN SportsThe drivers of the Sprint Cup Series betting will take the track at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday afternoon in the first race of this year's Chase, the Sylvania 300.

Denny Hamlin heads into the Chase on a roll, as he grabbed the checkered flag last time out in the Chevy Rock & Roll 400 at Richmond International Raceway. Kurt Busch, Jeff Gordon, Mark Martin, and Kyle Busch rounded out the Top 5 at that event.

Clint Bowyer, Brian Vickers, Sam Hornish Jr., Kevin Harvick, and Ryan Newman made up the rest of the Top 10 at Richmond. Jimmie Johnson finished 11th, Kasey Kahne was 12th, Greg Biffle was 13th, Carl Edwards was 15th, Tony Stewart was 17th, Juan Montoya was 19th, and Matt Kenseth ended up well back in 25th place.

Kenseth's poor finish at Richmond knocked him out of the Chase; he dropped from 12th place to 14th place in the driver standings. Also missing the cut was Kyle Busch despite his fifth-place showing over the weekend. Vickers replaced Kenseth in the Top 12.

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Chevy Rock & Roll 400 Betting Odds & Standings

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Thursday, 10 September 2009 21:44

Sprint Cup Series Betting Odds at BSN SportsThe drivers of the Sprint Cup Series get one last chance to qualify for the Chase on Saturday night when they race in the Chevy Rock & Roll 400 at Richmond International Raceway.

Kasey Kahne boosted his Chase chances immensely last time out, taking the checkered flag in the Pep Boys Auto 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Sunday night. Kahne jumped five spots to sixth place in the driver standings with that victory.

Kevin Harvick, Juan Montoya, David Reutimann, and Mark Martin followed Kahne across the finish line in Atlanta. Denny Hamlin, Brian Vickers, Jeff Gordon, Ryan Newman, and Greg Biffle made up the rest of the day's Top 10 drivers.

Tony Stewart was 11th in the Pep Boys Auto 500, while Matt Kenseth was 12th, and Kyle Busch was 13th. Jimmie Johnson, Carl Edwards, and Kurt Busch all turned in disappointing results in Atlanta - they were 36th, 37th, and 38th, respectively.

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