This NASCAR odds race has had a number of sponsors throughout the years with Price Chopper taking over the role this year. NASCAR betting odds will likely have defending champion Jimmie Johnson as one of the favorites at the sports book.
NASCAR odds had Johnson winning last year’s race and that continued a trend in this race. Chevy’s have done very well, winning five of the eight all-time NASCAR odds races. The first two years this race was run it was Jeff Gordon and his Chevy winning in NASCAR odds back in 2001 and 2002. Ryan Newman gave Dodge the win in 2003 while Joe Nemecheck put Chevy back in the winner’s circle in 2004. Ford got one of their two NASCAR odds wins in 2005 as Mark Martin won. Tony Stewart won with his Chevy in 2006 while Greg Biffle won two years ago in sports betting with his Ford.
NASCAR odds should be exciting on this race that can be seen on ABC television. Last year’s race as a good one as Carl Edwards battled Jimmie Johnson for the win in NASCAR betting odds. Edwards lost the lead 47 laps from the finish and wasn’t able to catch Johnson. J.J. was well ahead of Edwards until the last two laps when Edwards made a late run. It was not enough though and Johnson was the NASCAR odds winner. Finishing behind Johnson and Edwards in sports betting results last year it was Greg Biffle in third, Jeff Gordon in fourth and Matt Kenseth in fifth.
As you look at NASCAR betting odds you have to start with Johnson since Chevy’s have had a lot of success. Fords are worth a look in NASCAR odds as well in this race, especially since they have two wins and other Top 5 finishes in this race in NASCAR betting odds. Remember that you can bet on who will win the race overall or you can choose to bet the matchups. Both options are great for betting on NASCAR.
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