NASCAR Betting: AAA 400

Jimmie Johnson has some work to do in the Sprint Cup Series standings as the circuit takes on Dover International Speedway this weekend at the AAA 400.

Johnson, the five-time defending Sprint Cup champion, has slipped to 10th place in the driver standings after two Chase events, and he's down to 13/2 odds on the NASCAR betting board at Bovada to come up with his sixth title in a row.


NASCAR Betting: Sylvania 300

Kevin Harvick sits atop the oddsmakers' betting board to win the Sprint Cup championship as the series heads to New Hampshire Motor Speedway for this weekend's Sylvania 300.

Harvick, who sits in first place in the driver standings this week, is the 7/2 favorite at Bovada to claim the Sprint Cup when the Chase comes to an end in two months. Defending champion Jimmie Johnson is next at 4/1 odds, with Kyle Busch and Tony Stewart both sitting at 5/1 odds to win the series title this season.


Sprint Cup Odds: Wonderful Pistachios 400

Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Tony Stewart will be looking to beat the NASCAR odds this weekend and lock down Chase berths as the Sprint Cup Series stages the Wonderful Pistachios 400 at Richmond International Raceway.


Sprint Cup Odds: AdvoCare 500

There's a three-way tie atop the odds list at the sportsbooks for this week's Sprint Cup Series event, the AdvoCare 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

Carl Edwards, Jimmie Johnson, and Kyle Busch are all listed at 8/1 odds at Bovada to take the checkered flag in the AdvoCare 500 on Sunday night.


NASCAR Odds: Pure Michigan 400

Jimmie Johnson and Carl Edwards are the co-favorites on the NASCAR betting lines to take the checkered flag in the Pure Michigan 400 at Michigan International Speedway this weekend.

At Bovada it's Johnson and Edwards at the top of the Sprint Cup betting board to win Sunday afternoon's Michigan event at 7/1 odds, with Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch both sitting at 8/1 odds to visit Victory Lane at the race this weekend.


Sprint Cup Betting: Watkins Glen

With just five races left before the Chase begins NASCAR betting heats up this weekend at the Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips at the Glen at the road course at Watkins Glen International on Sunday afternoon.

And with road course racing comes some interesting names at the top of the Sprint Cup Series odds board, with Marcos Ambrose at 9/2, Tony Stewart at 13/2, and Juan Pablo Montoya at 15/2 at Bovada to take the checkered flag this weekend.


NASCAR Betting: Gordon, Hamlin top odds

Jeff Gordon and Denny Hamlin have nine Cup wins between them at Pocono Raceway, and they're the oddsmakers' co-favorites for Sunday's Good Sam RV Insurance 500 at the track.

Gordon and Hamlin both sit at 5/1 on the Sprint Cup Series betting board at Bovada for Sunday's race. Gordon won the 5-Hour Energy 500 at Pocono in June and has five total Victory Lane trips in Cup events on the track. Hamlin has picked up four Cup wins at Pocono Raceway since 2006.


NASCAR Odds: Brickyard 400

Jimmie Johnson has won three Sprint Cup races at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in his career, and he'll be looking for his fourth victory on the track this weekend as the oddsmakers' favorite at the Brickyard 400.

Johnson sits at 6/1 at Bovada to visit Victory Lane at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday and pay off on the NASCAR odds. Johnson, currently in second in the Sprint Cup Series standings, won this race in 2009, 2008, and 2006.


NASCAR Odds: Lenox Industrial Tools 301

Denny Hamlin and Jimmie Johnson are the oddsmakers' co-favorites to take the checkered flag on Sunday afternoon in the Sprint Cup Series' Lenox Industrial Tools 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

Hamlin and Johnson are both set at 11/2 on the NASCAR odds at Bovada for the series' first race on the New Hampshire track this season; Johnson won this event last season and in 2003, while Hamlin visited Victory Lane in the Lenox Industrial Tools 301 back in 2007.


Quaker State 400 Betting Odds

Carl Edwards has dropped out of the top spot in the Sprint Cup Series driver standings, but he's still the sportsbooks' favorite to visit Victory Lane on Saturday night in the Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway.

Edwards ran into problems last weekend at Daytona's Coke Zero 400 and ended up back in 37th place. That gave Kevin Harvick (who finished seventh) the opening he needed to take over first place in the Sprint Cup driver standings after 17 events.



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