NASCAR Betting odds
Who is the favorite to win overall in this year's
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Nascar betting odds

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Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. NASCAR Betting odds Who is the favorite to win overall in this year's NASCAR betting season? The Chase is drawing near! Grab some nascar betting odds today at There are seven races remaining before The Chase begins and Jimmie Johnson is the favorite to win everything. Johnson may not be the current leader in the driver standings, but as the reigning three-time Cup champion, he's clearly the Cup favorite at +200. Johnson currently sits third in the standings and considering how he has totally dominated The Chase the last three seasons, he'll likely be the Cup favorite as long as he remains in the Top 12. The driver that has probably the best chances of ending Johnson's championship run is Denny Hamlin. He's tied with Johnson for the series lead in wins this season at five, and he's right behind Johnson on the Sprint Cup futures at +400. Hamlin had a great run during The Chase last season with two wins and six top five finishes, but that was still only good enough for fifth in the final standings. That's what happens when Johnson wins four Chase races and posts seven top five finishes. The current leader in the standings is Kevin Harvick, but oddsmakers only have him at +900 to win his first championship. Harvick has never been consistent in The Chase that's why he hasn't won a championship. The last time he was in the Chase in 2008 he didn't win a single race, and he only cracked the top five once. He'll need a much better performance to knock off Johnson and the rest of the big dogs.

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