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Sprint Cup Futures: Last Race of the Year

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It all comes down to this, the final NASCAR race of the year at the Homestead-Miami racetrack. Just four drivers remain in contention for this year’s Sprint Cup Championship with the field once again narrowing after last week’s race at Phoenix International Raceway that saw Kurt Busch, Kevin Harvick, Matt Kenseth and Denny Hamlin all eliminated.

Bovada has you covered for all your betting needs going into the final running of the year and has updated the Sprint Cup futures one last time before drivers put their cars in the garage for the winter.

Jimmie Johnson will go into Sunday’s race as the favorite and that seems fair. The Chevy driver may have to build an extension on his trophy case as a win this weekend would be his seventh career Sprint Cup Championship. The 41-year-old won five consecutive championships from 2006 to 2010 and his most recent win came back in 2013. Johnson can be grabbed at +200 right now.

Kyle Busch, Joey Logano and Carl Edwards round out the round of four and have odds of +250, +275 and +275 respectively to win the 2016 Sprint Cup Championship. Of those men, Kyle is the only one with prior experience winning the trophy as he is the current defender of the title.

Logano has been running hot of late. He’s won two of the last five races and has finished outside the top five in just one of those races. He has been driving better than anyone in the entire field so it would seem the smart money would be on the only Ford driver remaining.

As I mention in my article about the Ford EcoBoost 400, seven of the 17 winners that the race has produced have driven a Ford, by far the largest number of wins for any manufacturer. Given Logano’s +275 odds, and the history at the Homestead-Miami racetrack, a bet on the No. 22 car seems like a good one.

Odds to Win the 2016 Sprint Cup Championship

Odds as of November 18 at Bovada

  • Jimmie Johnson +200
  • Kyle Busch +250
  • Joey Logano +275
  • Carl Edwards +275

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Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch have swapped places on the odds list in Sprint Cup championship futures after a poor finish from Harvick at the Cheez-It 355.

Busch is now the +500 favorite to win the Sprint Cup on Bovada after posting four straight top-10 results including a win at the Brickyard. The Toyota driver currently sits second in the Sprint Cup standings and is tied with Brad Keselowski for most wins on the circuit this year.

Keselowski sits fifth on the odds board even though he leads the standings in points and has the second-most top-five finishes. The Ford driver was the Sprint Cup champion back in 2012 and will push hard to be crowned the king of NASCAR once again.

Jimmie Johnson has hung on to his +800 odds to capture the hardware for the seventh time in his career. He famously won the Sprint Cup five straight times from 2006-2010 and is sitting in sixth place in the standings right now. He has won two races this season but is coming off a last-place finish at Watkins Glen.

Tony Stewart is trying desperately to climb back into the race in his final NASCAR season but it might be too little too late for the Chevy driver. His odds have moved from +2000 to +1600 after four top-five finishes in the last five races but he still sits 11th in the rankings and will have to make up a lot of ground.

Odds to Win the 2016 Sprint Cup Championship

Odds as of August 10 at Bovada

  • Kyle Busch +500
  • Kevin Harvick +600
  • Martin Truex Jr. +800
  • Joey Logano +800
  • Brad Keselowski +800
  • Jimmie Johnson +800
  • Matt Kenseth +850
  • Carl Edwards +900
  • Denny Hamlin +900
  • Kurt Busch +1400
  • Tony Stewart +1600
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. +3300
  • Chase Elliott +3300
  • Kyle Larson +3300
  • Kasey Kahne +6600
  • Ryan Newman +7500

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Kevin Harvick remains ahead of Kyle Busch at the top of the Sprint Cup odds list as the two driver’s lines have not budged since our last update. It does look like there’s some value on the board here, with some of the drivers down the list starting to heat up.

Kyle Busch has seen his position in the standings dip a little recently due to his twelfth place finish at the Quaker State 400 and will have to overtake Harvick if he wants to win his second career Sprint Cup a year after he won his first.

Brad Keselowski has been flaming hot lately, winning the last two races on the circuit, he now sits first in the Sprint Cup standings. All these things considered the Ford driver may be a good value pick at +800 on Bovada to win NASCAR’s Championship.

Jimmie Johnson saw his odds slide to +800 after finishes worse than thirtieth place. Johnson does, however, still sit fourth in the standings and is by no means out of the race.

Joey Logano was one of the biggest movers on the board, as he was bumped up to +700 from +1000 after a fourth-place finish at Kentucky.

Here’s the complete list of odds:

Odds to Win the 2016 Sprint Cup Championship
DriverOdds
Kevin Harvick+600
Kyle Busch+650
Joey Logano+700
Martin Truex Jr.+700
Jimmie Johnson+800
Brad Keselowski+800
Matt Kenseth+900
Carl Edwards+900
Kurt Busch+1400
Dale Earnhardt Jr.+1600
Denny Hamlin+1600
Tony Stewart+2000
Chase Elliott+2500
Kyle Larson+5000
Kasey Kahne+7500
Ryan Newman+10000
Austin Dillon+10000
Greg Biffle+12500
Jamie McMurray+15000
Paul Menard+15000

Odds as of July 13 at Bovada

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Kevin Harvick is the favorite to win the Sprint Cup after three straight top ten finishes. He sits just ahead of Kyle Busch, Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth and Martin Truex Jr. who all have identical +650 odds to overtake Harvick in the standings.

Even though he now sits atop the odds list, Harvick has actually seen his line on Bovada move from +550 to +600 as the race for the Sprint Cup heats up. The Chevy driver has been fairly consistent this season, finishing in the top ten in 12 out of 15 races he’s started in.

Martin Truex Jr. has seen his odds rise from +1600 to +650 since our last update. This increase is due to the Toyota driver’s win at the Sprint Cup Series race at Charlotte.

Kyle Busch was knocked off the pole in the Sprint Cup odds after a run of terrible results – in his last three races, Busch has not finished higher than 31.

Tony Stewart is back on the list and has +6600 odds to win the Cup after a seventh place finish at Michigan. 

Here’s the complete list of odds:

Odds as of June 20 at Bovada

Odds to Win the 2016 Sprint Cup Championship
DriverOdds
Kevin Harvick+600
Kyle Busch+650
Jimmie Johnson+650
Matt Kenseth+650
Martin Treux Jr.+650
Carl Edwards+900
Joey Logano+1000
Dale Earnhardt Jr.+1200
Brad Keselowski+1200
Kurt Busch+1200
Chase Elliott+1400
Denny Hamlin+1600
Kyle Larson+2200
Kasey Kahne+6600
Tony Stewart+6600
Austin Dillon+10000
Ryan Newman+10000
Greg Biffle+15000
Jamie McMurray+15000
Paul Menard+20000

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Kyle Busch now stands alone at the top of the odds list to win the 2016 Sprint Cup Championship, ahead of Kevin Harvick and Jimmie Johnson.

Online sportsbook Bovada has Busch’s odds at +500 following two straight second place finishes in his last two races. Busch’s eight top five finishes and two wins have him in first place in the Sprint Cup standings.

Harvick has been on a bit of a slide recently, with just one top five finish in his last five races. His lone win on the season came way back on March 13 at Phoenix. As for Johnson, he’s been inconsistent over the last month, rotating top five finishes with finishes outside of the top 20 in his last four races.

Since our last update, Carl Edwards has seen his odds improve from +800 to +650, while Dale Earnhardt Jr., who’s still without a win on the season, has been bumped from +1100 to +1200. Currently ninth in the Sprint Cup standings, a championship for Junior is very unlikely at this point.

Here’s the complete list of odds:

Odds to Win the 2016 Sprint Cup Championship
DriverOdds
Kyle Busch+500
Kevin Harvick+550
Jimmie Johnson+550
Carl Edwards+650
Joey Logano+850
Matt Kenseth+850
Brad Keselowski+1000
Dale Earnhardt Jr.+1200
Denny Hamlin+1400
Kurt Busch+1400
Martin Truex Jr.+1600
Chase Elliott+3300
Kyle Larson+5000
Kasey Kahne+5000
Austin Dillon+5000
Ryan Newman+10000
Greg Biffle+10000
Jamie McMurray+10000
Paul Menard+15000

Odds as of May 6 at Bovada

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After spending most of the NASCAR season as a second fiddle on the Sprint Cup Championship odds list to Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch now finds himself in a three-way tie at the top of the odds board with Harvick and Jimmie Johnson.

After two straight Sprint Cup Series wins, Busch is at the top of the Sprint Cup standings, slightly ahead of Johnson and Harvick. Online sportsbook Bovada has the three drivers at +550 to win the Sprint Cup Championship — a descent from +700 for both Busch and Johnson since our last update.

After a disappointing 25th place finish in California at the Auto Club 400, Busch bounced back in a big way with first place finishes at Martinsville and Texas. He’s now tied with Johnson for the most wins on the year, but is six points ahead in the standings.

Harvick is coming off his worst two finishes of the season — a 17th place finish at Martinsville and tenth at Texas, while Johnson finished ninth and fourth in those races.

Here’s the complete list of odds:

Odds to Win the 2016 Sprint Cup Championship
DriverOdds
Kevin Harvick+550
Kyle Busch+550
Jimmie Johnson+550
Carl Edwards+800
Joey Logano+850
Matt Kenseth+850
Brad Keselowski+1100
Dale Earnhardt Jr.+1100
Denny Hamlin+1200
Kurt Busch+1400
Martin Truex Jr.+1600
Kyle Larson+3300
Chase Elliott+3300
Kasey Kahne+5000
Austin Dillon+5000
Ryan Newman+7500
Greg Biffle+75000
Jamie McMurray+10000
Paul Menard+15000
Clint Bowyer+20000
Danica Patrick+50000

Odds as of April 15 at Bovada

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A few more races down, and Kevin Harvick remains the favorite in Sprint Cup futures.

Harvick is standing pat at +500 at online sportsbook Bovada to win this year’s Sprint Cup Championship. He’s currently tied for points in the Sprint Cup standings with Kyle Busch at 154. Harvick won the Good Sam 500 in Phoenix, and has four top 10 finishes on the season.

Busch and Jimmie Johnson are tied for second on odds list at +700. Busch is yet to win a race but has four top five finishes, while Johnson won the Folds of Honor QuickTrip 500 in Atlanta to go along with a third place finish in Las Vegas. Johnson is second in points with 140.

The most significant mover since our last update belongs to Carl Edwards, who jumped from +1200 on the odds list to +800. Edwards has 136 points and three top five finishes.

Here’s the complete list of odds:

Odds to Win the 2016 Sprint Cup Championship
DriverOdds
Kevin Harvick+500
Kyle Busch+700
Jimmie Johnson+700
Carl Edwards+800
Joey Logano+900
Brad Keselowski+900
Dale Earnhardt Jr.+900
Matt Kenseth+900
Denny Hamlin+1100
Kurt Busch+1200
Martin Truex Jr.+2000
Kasey Kahne+3300
Kyle Larson+3300
Chase Elliott+5000
Ryan Newman+5000
Jamie McMurray+7500
Clint Bowyer+7500
Austin Dillon+7500
Greg Biffle+10000
Paul Menard+15000
Danica Patrick+50000

Odds as of March 18 at Bovada

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With two points races in the books, there’s been movement in NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship Futures, but not much.

Kevin Harvick, who currently sits in 3rd in the Sprint Cup standings with 74 points, remains the favorite at online sportsbook Bovada, coming in at +500.

Kyle Busch made the most relevant move since before the Daytona 500, going from fifth on the odds list at +800 to a tie for second with Jimmie Johnson at +650. Busch is currently at the top of the Sprint Cup standings with 78 points.

Matt Kenseth has seen his odds move in the wrong direction, as he entered the season at +700 but fell to +1000 after recording just 51 points in the first two races.

After a disappointing day at Daytona and a second place finish in Atlanta, Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s odds at capturing the Sprint Cup Championship sit at +900. 

Here’s a look at the complete list of odds:

Odds to Win the 2016 Sprint Cup Championship
DriverOdds
Kevin Harvick+500
Kyle Busch+650
Jimmie Johnson+650
Joey Logano+700
Brad Keselowski+900
Dale Earnhardt Jr.+900
Matt Kenseth+1000
Denny Hamlin+1100
Kurt Busch+1200
Carl Edwards+1200
Martin Truex Jr.+2000
Kasey Kahne+3300
Kyle Larson+3300
Chase Elliott+3300
Ryan Newman+5000
Jamie McMurray+5000
Clint Bowyer+5000
Austin Dillon+10000
Greg Biffle+10000
Paul Menard+10000
Danica Patrick+30000

Odds as of March 2 at Bovada

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With the Daytona 500 set to go Sunday, there’s plenty of value to be had when analyzing the odds to win the 2016 Sprint Cup Championship.

2014’s Sprint Cup Champion Kevin Harvick is the favorite to be this season’s top driver, coming in at +500 at online sportsbook Bovada. Harvick finished a razor-thin second to Kyle Busch in the 2015 standings, finishing with 5042 points to Busch’s 5043. Harvick finished the season with more top five finishes than any other driver with 23, and finished tied for first with 28 top 10 finishes. Harvick was also the Sprint Cup’s top earner, bringing in $9,018,421.

Jimmie Johnson, Joey Logano and Matt Kenseth all come in tied for second on the futures board at +700. Johnson has captured the third most Sprint Cup Championships of all-time, highlighted by five straight victories from 2006 to 2010, with his most recent victory coming in 2013. Johnson finished 10th in the standings in 2015, but managed to win five races.

Logano led the Sprint Cup Series with six wins in 2015 and finished sixth in the standings, while Kenseth wasn’t far behind with five wins, but finished a disappointing 15th in the standings.

Last year’s Sprint Cup Champion, Kyle Busch, comes in at +800, trailed by 2012’s champ Brad Keselowski at +900 and Dale Earnhardt Jr. at +1000. Despite being the biggest name in the sport, Earnhardt Jr. has never won the Sprint Cup.

Here’s a look at the complete list of odds:

Odds to Win the 2016 Sprint Cup Championship
DriverOdds
Kevin Harvick+500
Jimmie Johnson+700
Joey Logano+700
Matt Kenseth+700
Kyle Busch+800
Brad Keselowski+900
Dale Earnhardt Jr.+1000
Kurt Busch+1200
Denny Hamlin+1200
Carl Edwards+1200
Martin Truex Jr.+2000
Kasey Kahne+2500
Kyle Larson+3300
Chase Elliott+4000
Ryan Newman+5000
Jamie McMurray+5000
Clint Bowyer+5000
Austin Dillon+10000
Greg Biffle+10000
Paul Menard+10000

Odds as of February 12 at Bovada

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With the NASCAR season wrapping up at the Ford EcoBoost 400 on Sunday it's down to four drivers left in the Chase for the Sprint Cup, and the sportsbooks have pegged Kevin Harvick as the betting favorite.

At 5Dimes Harvick is listed at +150 against the field on the odds to win the 2015 Sprint Cup Series championship on Sunday at Homestead-Miami, with Martin Truex Jr., Kyle Busch, and Jeff Gordon the other drivers left in contention for the title.

Truex Jr. and Busch are both then pegged at +300 against the field at 5Dimes, with Gordon at +330 against the field at the sportsbook. The highest-finishing driver out of those four on Sunday will be crowned the Chase champion.

On the season Harvick has three victories and 22 top-five finishes in 35 races, while Busch has four victories and 11 top-five finishes in just 24 races. Gordon and Truex Jr. have one win each, with five top-five finishes for Gordon and eight top-five finishes for Truex Jr.

2015 Sprint Cup Champion

Odds as of November 17 at 5Dimes

  • Kevin Harvick wins 2015 Sprint Cup +150
  • Field wins 2015 Sprint Cup -190
  • Martin Truex Jr wins 2015 Sprint Cup +300
  • Field wins 2015 Sprint Cup -420
  • Kyle Busch wins 2015 Sprint Cup +300
  • Field wins 2015 Sprint Cup -420
  • Jeff Gordon wins 2015 Sprint Cup +330
  • Field wins 2015 Sprint Cup -490

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With just eight drivers remaining in the Chase for the Sprint Cup and four races left in the season it's Joey Logano that sits as the favorite on the NASCAR championship odds at online sportsbook Bovada.

Riding a streak of three straight victories into the latest round of the Chase, Logano is the +300 favorite at Bovada on the odds to win the Sprint Cup. Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch are then tied for second at +400 odds.

Carl Edwards, Kurt Busch, and Brad Keselowski are all sitting at +900 on the updated odds to win the Sprint Cup at Bovada, with Martin Truex Jr. and Jeff Gordon last on the betting lines at +900 apiece.

2015 Sprint Cup Champion

Odds as of October 28 at Bovada

  • Joey Logano +300
  • Kevin Harvick +400
  • Kyle Busch +400
  • Carl Edwards +800
  • Kurt Busch +800
  • Brad Keselowski +800
  • Martin Truex, Jr. +900
  • Jeff Gordon  +900

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Tied for the series lead with four victories so far this season, Kyle Busch sits as the betting favorite at the online sportsbooks on the odds to win the Sprint Cup as NASCAR's postseason schedule gets underway this week.

At 5Dimes Busch sits as the +350 favorite on the updated odds to win the Sprint Cup, as he heads into the playoff schedule tied with Jimmie Johnson and Matt Kenseth with a series-high four victories. Kenseth sits at +600 on the updated Sprint Cup odds, with Johnson at +875.

Joey Logano, with three wins on the season, is at +700 on those Sprint Cup odds at 5Dimes, with Kevin Harvick at +500, Kurt Busch at +750, both Denny Hamlin and Martin Truex Jr. at +800, and Brad Keselowski at +875. Harvick and Kurt Busch have both won two races this season, as has Carl Edwards - who is back at +1350 on the Sprint Cup odds.

Dale Earnhardt Jr., also with two wins on the season, has even longer odds of +2300, with Jeff Gordon (+2800), Jamie McMurray (+5800), Ryan Newman (+5800), Paul Menard (+8000), and Clint Bowyer (+11000) rounding out the updated futures.

2015 Sprint Cup Champion

Odds as of September 14 at 5Dimes

  • Kyle Busch +350
  • Kevin Harvick +500
  • Matt Kenseth +600
  • Joey Logano +700
  • Kurt Busch +750
  • Denny Hamlin +800
  • Martin Truex Jr +800
  • Brad Keselowski +875
  • Jimmie Johnson +875
  • Carl Edwards +1350
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. +2300
  • Jeff Gordon +2800
  • Jamie McMurray +5800
  • Ryan Newman +5800
  • Paul Menard +8000
  • Clint Bowyer +11000
2015 Chase for the Sprint Cup Schedule
  • September 20 - myAFibRisk.com 400 - Chicagoland Speedway
  • September 27 - Sylvania 300 - New Hampshire Motor Speedway
  • October 4 - AAA 400 - Dover International Speedway
  • October 10 - Bank of America 500 - Charlotte Motor Speedway
  • October 18 - Hollywood Casino 400 - Kansas Speedway
  • October 25 - Alabama 500 - Talladega Superspeedway
  • November 1 - Goody's Fast Pain Relief 500 - Martinsville Speedway
  • November 8 - AAA Texas 500 - Texas Motor Speedway
  • November 15 - Quicken Loans Race for Heroes 500 - Phoenix International Raceway
  • November 22 - Ford EcoBoost 400 - Homestead-Miami Speedway

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Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch sit tied atop the odds to win the 2015 Sprint Cup championship at the sportsbooks with the circuit now just weeks away from the start of the Chase for the Sprint Cup - the 10-race postseason schedule that determines the champion.

At Bet365 Harvick and Busch are the +400 co-favorites on the 2015 Sprint Cup odds, with Matt Kenseth and Joey Logano a step back of those leaders at +600, and Jimmie Johnson and Martin Truex Jr. both at +800. Brad Keselowski rounds out the top contenders at +900.

The Sprint Cup Series season continues with the Bojangles' Southern 500 on September 6 at Darlington and the Federated Auto Parts 400 on September 12 at Richmond before the Challenger Round of the Chase for the Sprint Cup begins in the myAFibRisk.com 400 at Chicagoland Speedway on September 20.

2015 Sprint Cup Champion

Odds as of August 30 at Bet365

  • Kevin Harvick +400
  • Kyle Busch +400
  • Matt Kenseth +600
  • Joey Logano +600
  • Jimmie Johnson +800
  • Martin Truex Jr. +800
  • Brad Keselowski +900
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. +1200
  • Kurt Busch +1200
  • Denny Hamlin +1200
  • Carl Edwards +1200
  • Jeff Gordon +3300
  • Ryan Newman +8000
  • Kasey Kahne +10000
  • Jamie McMurray +10000
  • Clint Bowyer +10000

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Heading into the month of August it's still Kevin Harvick that sits atop the odds to win the 2015 Sprint Cup championship at the online sportsbooks, but Kyle Busch has been closing the gap on the betting favorite on those auto racing futures over the past few weeks.

At Bet365 Harvick sits as the +400 favorite on the 2015 Sprint Cup championship odds, with Busch just behind him at +500 on those betting lines thanks to his recent hot stretch. Jimmie Johnson is then listed at +650 odds to claim the title this year, with Martin Truex Jr., Brad Keselowski, Matt Kenseth, and Joey Logano all at +900 odds to win the 2015 Sprint Cup.

2015 Sprint Cup Champion

Odds as of August 1 at Bet365

  • Kevin Harvick +400
  • Kyle Busch +500
  • Jimmie Johnson +650
  • Martin Truex Jr. +900
  • Brad Keselowski +900
  • Matt Kenseth +900
  • Joey Logano +900
  • Kurt Busch +1000
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. +1000
  • Carl Edwards +1200
  • Denny Hamlin +1500
  • Jeff Gordon +2000
  • Kasey Kahne +3300
  • Ryan Newman +8000
  • Kyle Larson +10000
  • Jamie McMurray +10000
  • Tony Stewart +10000
  • Clint Bowyer +15000
  • Greg Biffle +20000

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Heading into the month of July it's Kevin Harvick that sits as the favorite on the odds to win the 2015 Sprint Cup at the online sportsbooks, with Kurt Busch and Jimmie Johnson following behind him on the updated list of NASCAR futures.

At Bovada Harvick is the 9/2 favorite on the latest odds to win the 2015 Sprint Cup championship, with Busch at 11/2, and Johnson at 13/2. Martin Truex Jr. then holds down 8/1 odds to win the title this season, followed by Dale Earnhardt Jr. at 9/1.

2015 Sprint Cup Champion

Odds as of July 1 at Bovada

  • Kevin Harvick 9/2
  • Kurt Busch 11/2
  • Jimmie Johnson 13/2
  • Martin Truex Jr. 8/1
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. 9/1
  • Brad Keselowski 10/1
  • Joey Logano 10/1
  • Kyle Busch 12/1
  • Matt Kenseth 12/1
  • Carl Edwards 14/1
  • Jeff Gordon 14/1
  • Denny Hamlin 16/1
  • Kasey Kahne 22/1
  • Kyle Larson 50/1
  • Greg Biffle 66/1
  • Ryan Newman 100/1
  • Jamie McMurray 100/1
  • Tony Stewart 100/1

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In the month of June it's Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick tied atop the odds to win the 2015 Sprint Cup Championship at online sportsbook Bovada, with those drivers both listed at 4/1 on those updated future odds.

Kurt Busch then sits at 6/1 on those NASCAR championship betting lines at the sportsbook, with Dale Earnhardt Jr. at 9/1, both Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano at 10/1, and Denny Hamlin at 12/1 to claim the 2015 Sprint Cup title.

Carl Edwards, Jeff Gordon, and Matt Kenseth all hold down 14/1 odds to win the 2015 Sprint Cup Championship at Bovada, wtih Martin Truex Jr. at 16/1, and Kasey Kahne at 18/1. Kyle Busch trails at 20/1 on the NASCAR futures.

Odds To Win 2015 Sprint Cup Championship at Bovada as of June 20
  • Jimmie Johnson 4/1
  • Kevin Harvick 4/1
  • Kurt Busch 6/1
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. 9/1
  • Brad Keselowski 10/1
  • Joey Logano 10/1
  • Denny Hamlin 12/1
  • Carl Edwards 14/1
  • Jeff Gordon 14/1
  • Matt Kenseth 14/1
  • Martin Truex Jr. 16/1
  • Kasey Kahne 18/1
  • Kyle Busch 20/1
  • Kyle Larson 40/1
  • Greg Biffle 50/1
  • Ryan Newman 75/1
  • Tony Stewart 75/1
  • Clint Bowyer 100/1
  • Jamie McMurray 100/1

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Kevin Harvick remains the betting leader on the updated odds to win the 2015 Sprint Cup Championship at the sportsbooks, with Jimmie Johnson second on the NASCAR futures.

At Bovada the updated odds to win the 2015 Sprint Cup have Harvick set as the 7/2 favorite, followed by Johnson at 9/2, and Kurt Busch at 11/2. Dale Earnhardt Jr. (8/1), Brad Keselowski (9/1), and Joey Logano (9/1) round out the top drivers at the sportsbook, with Jeff Gordon and Matt Kenseth both at 12/1 on those latest NASCAR betting futures.

Odds To Win 2015 Sprint Cup Championship at Bovada as of May 20
  • Kevin Harvick 7/2
  • Jimmie Johnson 9/2
  • Kurt Busch 11/2
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. 8/1
  • Brad Keselowski 9/1
  • Joey Logano 9/1
  • Jeff Gordon 12/1
  • Matt Kenseth 12/1
  • Denny Hamlin 14/1
  • Carl Edwards 16/1
  • Kasey Kahne 16/1
  • Martin Truex Jr. 25/1
  • Kyle Larson 40/1
  • Ryan Newman 50/1
  • Tony Stewart 50/1
  • Jamie McMurray 66/1
  • Clint Bowyer 100/1
  • Greg Biffle 100/1

 

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