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Daytona 500 Odds: Danica wins pole

 

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NASCAR Odds: The Sprint Unlimited

 

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NASCAR Betting: Ford EcoBoost 400

Brad Keselowski will be looking to pay out for his supporters on the NASCAR futures at the sportsbooks on Sunday afternoon as the Sprint Cup Series closes out its 2012 season with the Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

Keselowski took the lead on rival Jimmie Johnson in the Sprint Cup Series standings after he ended up in sixth place over the weekend at the AdvoCare 500 at Phoenix International Raceway; Johnson ran into trouble and finished back in 32nd place at that event.

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Sprint Cup Odds: AdvoCare 500

Coming off two victories in a row Jimmie Johnson is now a bigger favorite at the sportsbooks to walk away with the Sprint Cup Series championship with the circuit headed to Phoenix this weekend for its second-last race of the season.

Johnson took the checkered flag two weeks ago at Martinsville, and he followed that up with a visit to Victory Lane at the AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway on Sunday afternoon.

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Sprint Cup Odds: AAA Texas 500

Jimmie Johnson and Brad Keselowski continue to jockey for position in the NASCAR standings and on the Sprint Cup Series odds as the circuit heads down to Texas Motor Speedway for the AAA Texas 500 on Sunday.

Johnson moved ahead of Keselowski in the Chase standings over the weekend with a visit to Victory Lane in the Tums Fast Relief 500 at Martinsville Speedway. Keselowski was sixth at that race and is now two points behind Johnson in the driver standings.

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NASCAR Odds: Tums Fast Relief 500

Jimmie Johnson isn't first in the current driver standings, but he is in top spot on the NASCAR futures at the sportsbooks as the Sprint Cup Series heads to Martinsville this weekend for the Tums Fast Relief 500.

Johnson sits seven points behind Brad Keselowski with four races remaining in the Chase for the Sprint Cup, but he's the +125 favorite at TopBet to win the drivers championship this year as he heads to a track where he's won six times in the past.

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NASCAR Odds: Hollywood Casino 400

Jimmie Johnson is closing in on Brad Keselowski in the Chase for the Sprint Cup standings, and he's the favorite on the NASCAR betting lines at the sportsbooks to win the title this season.

Johnson finished in third place and Keselowski was 11th at last weekend's Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, so Johnson is now just seven points behind Keselowski heading into this week's Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway.

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NASCAR Betting: Bank of America 500

Charlotte Motor Speedway gets the NASCAR betting action this weekend, with the Chase for the Sprint Cup continuing for Jimmie Johnson and company at the Bank of America 500.

Johnson trails leader Brad Keselowski by 14 points in the driver standings heading into the Bank of America 500 this Saturday night, but he remains atop the NASCAR futures at TopBet at +150 to claim the championship this season.

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Sprint Cup Series Odds: Talladega

Brad Keselowski holds the lead in the Sprint Cup standings but not on the NASCAR futures at the sportsbooks as the Chase heads to Talladega this week for Sunday's Good Sam Roadside Assistance 500.

Keselowski won his second race in the last three weeks over the weekend, taking the checkered flag in the AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway. That pushed him ahead of Jimmie Johnson and into first place in the driver standings.

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Chase for the Cup Odds: AAA 400

Chase for the Sprint Cup betting continues at Dover International Speedway on Sunday afternoon, with Jimmie Johnson looking to continue his success at the track to pad his lead in the series driver standings.

Johnson has managed to visit Victory Lane seven times in his Cup career at Dover, including in the FedEx 400 back in June of this year. Another win at the venue in the AAA 400 on Sunday would let him increase his lead atop the Sprint Cup points race.

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