How the Sprint Cup Odds Are Looking

December 19th, 2019 Auto Racing

As of the middle part of 2015, the Sprint Cup odds are looking pretty interesting. Two drivers are very close to each other and could make a big impact this year.

Kevin Harvick is the current leader for the Sprint Cup and is also the top driver in terms of the odds to win big. He holds 4-1 auto race betting odds to win the Sprint Cup this year.Martin Truex Jr. has 15-2 odds in spite of being the only person within fifty points of Harvick in the standings. He has finished in the top five in five of his races this year.

Kurt Busch has 11-2 odds to win so far. He has finished in the top five in five races and has three poles this season.

Jimmie Johnson can never been truly discounted as he has four wins so far this year. Johnson has 13-2 odds to win the title.

Jeff Gordon is hoping to try and make a run for one last title before he retires. He has 14-1 odds to win the title this year. He has three poles this year and two top five finishes. He did end up failing to complete one of his races this year.

Not all drivers are as lucky to have such good odds to compete for the Sprint Cup in 2015. Although Jamie McMurray has finished in the top ten seven times this season, he still has 100-1 odds to actually win the Sprint Cup. Clint Bowyer, who has about 200 points away from Harvick in the standings, also has 100-1 odds to win it all.

Tony Stewart also has 100-1 odds from racing betting oddsmakers right now. He has not finished in the top five in any race this season and also failed to finish three races. The race for the Sprint Cup should prove to be exciting as the rest of the season goes. The Sprint Cup is up for grabs and it could be anyone’s to win at this point in the season.

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