NASCAR Odds: Quicken Loans 400

Joey Logano will be looking to win at long odds on Sunday afternoon as the Sprint Cup Series races at Michigan International Speedway in the Quicken Loans 400.

Logano paid out for his supporters on the NASCAR lines at TopBet last week with a visit to Victory Lane in the Pocono 400 at Pocono Raceway, a result which moved him up to 15th place in the Sprint Cup standings.


Hamlin, Johnson lead Pocono 400 odds

With six combined Sprint Cup wins at Pocono on their resumes Denny Hamlin and Jimmie Johnson are the co-favorites at the sportsbooks to win the Pocono 400 on Sunday afternoon.

Hamlin, who has won four times at Pocono in the past, and Johnson, a two-time winner at the venue in Cup events, are both listed at +400 on the NASCAR odds at TopBet to get the win this week.

Those two drivers are then followed by each of Tony Stewart, Jeff Gordon, and Kyle Busch on the list at +800 to take the checkered flag in Sunday's race at Pocono Raceway.


Johnson favored at FedEx 400

Jimmie Johnson will be looking to make a move up the standings on Sunday afternoon as he hits the track at Dover as the favorite on the NASCAR odds to win the FedEx 400.

Johnson sits in fifth place in the current Sprint Cup Series standings, behind Greg Biffle, Matt Kenseth, Denny Hamlin, and Dale Earnhardt Jr. However, he's won six Cup races at Dover in his career, including three victories over the past three seasons on the track.


Coca-Cola 600 Betting Preview

After running in the All-Star Race last weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Jimmie Johnson and the rest of the NASCAR drivers are set to tear up the same track this Sunday as they chase down the checkered flag at the Coca-Cola 600.

Johnson has yet to claim a Sprint Cup event this season, but observers believe the All-Star Race winner has turned the corner and is ready to go after the Chase title after his five-year reign ended last season. He is a three-time champ at the Coca-Cola 600, but it has been six years since he’s won the race.


NASCAR Betting: All-Star Race

The Sprint Cup Series will offer bettors something a little different on Saturday night, as the circuit ditches its regular schedule for the week to offer up its annual All-Star event.

That means it'll be a large cash prize - and not the usual standings points - that'll be the incentive for the Sprint Cup Series drivers as they take to the track at Charlotte Motor Speedway under the lights on Saturday.


NASCAR Betting: Daytona 500 Odds

The Great American Race was rained out Sunday but is schedule to go Monday and the Daytona 500 odds is even fuller than yesterday.

Jimmie Johnson and Dale Earnhardt Jr. opened as the co-favorites on the NASCAR betting lines to win the 2012 Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway.


Daytona 500: Danica Patrick Odds

Danica Patrick has a guaranteed starting spot in the Daytona 500 this weekend, but she's still listed as a longshot at the sportsbooks to visit Victory Lane at Daytona International Speedway.

Patrick is well back at 75/1 odds to win the Daytona 500 this weekend at Bovada as she embarks on a full-time NASCAR career. That has her well back of the current race favorites: Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kevin Harvick, and Kyle Busch are all set at 10/1 odds right now to take the checkered flag on Sunday.


NASCAR Betting: Ford 400

There are only two drivers left on the Sprint Cup betting board as NASCAR wraps up its 2011 schedule on Sunday with the Ford 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

It's down to either Carl Edwards or Tony Stewart for this year's drivers championship, with Edwards holding down a slim three-point lead in the standings on Stewart heading into the final race of the season. That has him as the -145 favorite at TopBet to win the title this year, with Stewart set as the +115 underdog.


NASCAR Betting: Kobalt Tools 500

Tony Stewart has taken the checkered flag in each of the last two Sprint Cup Series races, and he's now tied with Carl Edwards atop the NASCAR betting board to win the championship with just two events left in the season.

Stewart has earned back-to-back wins at Martinsville and Texas and now sits just three points back of Sprint Cup leader Edwards in the driver standings. Edwards retained the lead by finishing second behind Stewart in the AAA Texas 500 over the weekend.


NASCAR Betting: AAA Texas 500

Time is running out in NASCAR's Chase for the Sprint Cup, with just three races left on the schedule starting with Sunday's AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway.

And after seven Chase events it's Carl Edwards who sits atop the standings and the NASCAR odds board at Bovada. Edwards is holding down an eight-point lead on Tony Stewart in the driver standings, and he's the 10/11 favorite to win the Sprint Cup Championship at the end of the season.



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