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Jeff Gordon Looking to Steal the Show at Brickyard 400

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With three top ten finishes in his last four races, oddsmakers have Kyle Busch tabbed as a +550 favorite for this Sunday’s Combat Wounded Coalition 400 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, aka the Brickyard 400. Busch won this race last year and currently sits second in the Sprint Cup standings.

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NASCAR Odds: 2016 Sprint Cup

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.

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NASCAR: Coke Zero 400 Race Odds

As drivers get ready to start their engines and grillers get ready to start their barbecues, bettors can now predict who they think will take down the Coke Zero 400 at the Daytona International Speedway this Independence Day weekend.

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NASCAR Betting News

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NASCAR: Sprint All-Star Race Odds

The Sprint All-Star race goes down this Saturday night from the Charlotte Motor Speedway and the top of the odds board is about as tight as the finish at this year’s Daytona 500.

Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch — the drivers with the most Sprint Cup points — are tied as favorites as +600 at online sportsbook Bovada, with Jimmie Johnson a hair away at +650.

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NASCAR Odds: AAA 400 Drive for Autism

With finishes outside of the top 15 in three of his last four races, oddsmakers like Jimmie Johnson to get back on track in this weekend’s AAA 400 Drive for Autism race at the Dover International Speedway.

Entering the race as a +400 favorite at online sportsbook Bovada, Johnson has won the race five times before, including back-to-back wins in 2014 and 2015. The race, which dates back to 1969, has never seen a driver win in three straight years.

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NASCAR Odds: Toyota Owners 400

Kyle Busch followed up two straight wins with a disappointing 38th place finish in last week’s Sprint Cup Series race at Bristol, but oddsmakers like him to return to his winning ways in this weekend’s Toyota Owners 400 race at the Richmond International Raceway.

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NASCAR Odds: Duck Commander 500

Jimmie Johnson is the favorite entering a third straight race this week, as the current Sprint Cup standings leader has the best odds to win Saturday’s Duck Commander 500 at the Texas Motor Speedway.

Johnson, who online sportsbook Bovada has pegged at +400, won the race last year but in the 19 year history of the race there’s never been a back-to-back winner.

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NASCAR: STP 500 Race Odds

The STP 500 goes down this Sunday from the Martinsville Speedway in Ridgeway Virginia, and a multiple time winner enters the race as the favorite.

Jimmie Johnson, who won the race in 2013, 2009 and 2007 is second on the odds board at +500 at online sportsbook Bovada. It’s been a strong start to the season for Johnson who has two wins under his belt — most recently winning the Auto Club 400 in California on March 20.

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NASCAR Odds: Auto Club 400

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For the first time in the last few races, someone other than Kevin Harvick is favored entering a race, with Jimmie Johnson at the top of the odds list for this Sunday’s Auto Club 400 from the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California.

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