The race is 312 miles long and will be televised on ABC on November 11th for fans of NASCAR odds.
Amazingly enough five of the last seven races for fans of NASCAR odds at Phoenix have been won from a starting position outside the top 10. Last year’s winner for NASCAR odds fans was Kevin Harvick who started 2nd. Kyle Busch was the winner for NASCAR odds fans in 2005. Dale Earnhardt Jr. won for NASCAR odds fans in 2003 and in 2004.
NASCAR betting fans saw Matt Kenseth win in 2002. Jeff Burton won in 2001 and in 2000 for fans of NASCAR odds. Fans that are betting NASCAR probably remember that Dale Earnhardt, Jeff Burton and Davey Allison are the only drivers with more than one victory at Phoenix. They have each won there twice. If you are betting NASCAR odds you should know that Mark Martin leads all drivers with eight top-five and 13 top-10 finishes in 20 races at Phoenix.
Fans looking at NASCAR odds know that last year’s race was dominated by Kevin Harvick. He was able to keep Jimmie Johnson at bay and win the race for fans betting NASCAR. The end of the race was filled with cautions, (four in the last 30 laps) and a red flag made the finish for fans looking at NASCAR odds quite exciting.
Fans of NASCAR odds remember that Denny Hamlin passed four-time champion Jeff Gordon on the final lap for third place last year. Carl Edwards was fifth while Mark Martin finished sixth, Kasey Kahne seventh, Kurt Busch 8th, Dale Earnhardt Jr. ninth and Jeff Burton 10th. Harvick started the race from the number two position alongside pole winner Jeff Gordon but got out front quickly and led more than half of the first 200 laps. Fans of NASCAR odds remember that late in the race Harvick was battling alternator problems and needed a push from a safety truck to restart his car after the red flag with four laps to go. He held off Johnson in the three lap finish to give him a season sweep of both events for fans of NASCAR odds at Phoenix last year.