2014 Las Vegas Race Odds

  Las Vegas might be the most under appreciated city on the 2014 Sprint Cup schedule. It gets one race per year, and that race is the third of the 2014 Sprint Cup season. Because it's Vegas and during Spring Break, the race is usually well attended and animated. Vegas also hosts the Sprint Cup banquet which serves as an easy to consume one week PR blitz. Vegas probably deserves a second race, in part because the odds for Sunday's race look so appealing. (more...) ...

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2014 Daytona 500 Prop Bets

The Great American Race is here, and oddsmakers clearly have too much time on their hands. Here's how your favorite drivers stacks up as of Friday. These numbers are bound to change before Sunday, but the prop bet numbers may better shape the story of Sunday' race. (more...) ...

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Texas 500 Odds

  Several NASCAR writers believe five drivers still have a real chance to win the 2013 Sprint Cup. But with three races left, those making the odds seem to think it's a three-horse race. Here's how it might impact how fans watch the Texas 500 this weekend. (more...) ...

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Can Joe Gibbs Racing Beat Vegas?

  Who would think one of the most moral men in NASCAR could develop a way to beat Vegas without even intentionally trying to do so? Joe Gibbs is the nice uncle of NASCAR, the type of person who surprises you with the depth of a Facebook post. So how could this  devout Christian find a way to beat Vegas? It's as simple as #20 and #18. (more...) ...

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2013 BOJANGLES SOUTHERN 500 ODDS

 The 2013 Sprint Cup season isn’t even one-third of the way complete, but odds makers clearly have a Fave Four.  Here’s how a sizeable shift in the numbers will influence how you should watch Saturday’s Southern 500.   Kyle Busch, Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth and Kasey Kahne are all 8/1 or lower. Denny Hamlin, who hasn’t run in a month is 8/1, but he at least has the best average finish among active drivers here. Kahne is 12th among active ...

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