NASCAR MOTOR RACING NEWS
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    NASCAR Odds: We get some night racing on Saturday with the Bojangles’ Southern 500 on Fox. Jimmie Johnson has yet to win a race this season but he is the favorite to win at Darlington on Saturday night. Matt Kenseth won this race a year ago while Johnson won it two years ago. The Bojangles’ Southern 500 is the eighth race of the Sprint Cup season. So far this year we have had seven different winners and it could be eight if either of the last two winners of the race, Johnson or Kenseth gets the win on Saturday.Here is a look at Bojangles’ Southern 500 race and NASCAR predictions. 

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    NASCAR Betting Odds: NASCAR heads to Darlington this week and the action starts on Friday night with the Nationwide VFW Sport Clips Help A Hero 200 on ESPN 2. A number of the Sprint Cup regulars will be doing double duty and racing on Friday and Saturday and it is those drivers who are the top contenders. Kyle Busch, Matt Kenseth, Kevin Harvick, Joey Logano and Kyle Larson are the top choices to win the race. Nationwide regulars Chase Elliott and Regan Smith are the two drivers who might be able to bet the Sprint Cup big boys.Here is a look at Friday night’s race and NASCAR picks. 

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    NASCAR Betting Odds: Jimmie Johnson has yet to win this season in NASCAR but he is the favorite to win Sunday’s Duck Commander 500 that can be seen on Fox. There have been six different winners in the first six races of the season. If Johnson wins at the Texas Motor Speedway on Sunday it will be seven different winners. Johnson has won two of the last three races at Texas so it is no surprise to see him listed as the favorite. Other contenders listed at single-digit odds are Kyle Busch, Matt Kenseth, Brad Keselowski, Dale Earnhardt Jr., and Joey Logano.Here is a look at Duck Commander 500 Sunday’s race and NASCAR predictions. 

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    NASCAR Lines: Kyle Busch is favored to win Friday night’s O’Reilly Auto Parts 300 that can be seen on ESPN 2. Four of the big name Sprint Cup drivers will be doing double duty this weekend as Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Matt Kenseth will race on Friday in the Nationwide race and also in Sunday’s Sprint Cup race. The Sprint Cup regulars will be the top four contenders with Kyle Busch listed as the favorite at Diamond sportsbook.Here is a look at Friday’s Nationwide race and NASCAR picks. 

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    NASCAR Odds: Jimmie Johnson is listed as the 3-1 favorite at Diamond sportsbook to win Sunday’s STP 500 at Martinsville. In the first five races of the Sprint Cup season there have been five different winners but Johnson has yet to take the checkered flag. He was in position to win last week until a blown tire took him out of contention. Johnson has dominated at Martinsville, winning eight times including two out of the last three races. When it comes to Martinsville, it has been all about Johnson, Jeff Gordon and Denny Hamlin in recent years.Here is a look at Sunday’s race and NASCAR picks. 

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    NASCAR Betting Odds: ESPN will be televising the TreatMyClot.com 300 on Saturday afternoon in Fontana, California. The Nationwide race will have Kyle Busch as the solid favorite at Diamond sportsbook. Four Sprint Cup regulars are getting the bulk of the action for this race with Busch the favorite while Joey Logano, Kevin Harvick and Matt Kenseth are basically co-second choices. Busch is about 8-5 on the odds board with the other three at 5-1. No other drivers are listed at single-digit odds. Here is a look at the race and NASCAR predictions. 

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    NASCAR Predictions: Fox will be televising the Auto Club 400 on Sunday with Jimmie Johnson and Kyle Busch the top choices to win. Johnson has made Fontana his personal playground with five wins while Busch is the defending champion. Each is listed at about 5-1 in NASCAR odds at the sportsbook. Here is a look at this race and NASCAR predictions. 

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    NASCAR Betting Odds: The Food City 500 on Sunday at the Bristol Motor Speedway is the fourth race of the Sprint Cup season. Kyle Busch is listed as the favorite at BetDSI sportsbook with Brad Keselowski, Jimmie Johnson and Matt Kenseth right behind. Also expected to contend are Daytona 500 winner Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Las Vegas winner Kevin Harvick. The new format for the Chase this year has put a premium on winning races so driver are taking more chances and the racing has been exciting.Here is a look at Sunday’s Food City 500 on Fox and NASCAR predictions. 

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    NASCAR Betting Odds: ESPN 2 will be televising the Nationwide race on Saturday at the Bristol Motor Speedway. Three of the Sprint Cup regulars are the top contenders with Kyle Busch listed as the favorite. The two other drivers are Kevin Harvick and Matt Kenseth. Those three drivers have combined to win this race seven times in the past 13 years with Busch winning two of the last three years. It is hard to make a case for any of the Nationwide regulars winning this race although Elliott Sadler could be worth a look at double-digit odds. Here is a look at the Driver to Stop Diabetes 300 and NASCAR picks. 

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    NASCAR Betting: Fox will be televising the Kobalt 400 on Sunday from Las Vegas, Nevada. Jimmie Johnson is listed as the favorite at BetDSI sportsbook with odds of just over 5-1 with Kyle Busch and Matt Kenseth the co-second choices at odds of 7-1. The first two winners this season, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Kevin Harvick are both listed behind the top choices as Earnhardt Jr. is listed at 9-1 while Harvick is 10-1. The Kobalt 400 can be seen on Fox television on Sunday afternoon. 

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    NASCAR Odds: ESPN 2 will be televising the Nationwide race on Saturday from Las Vegas. The Boyd Gaming 300 has Kyle Busch listed as the favorite with Brad Keselowski and Matt Kenseth second and third in the betting. Dale Earnhardt Jr. is the other Sprint Cup regular doing double duty this weekend and he is the fourth choice in NASCAR betting. Those four drivers are the only ones listed with single-digit odds at Diamond sportsbook with everyone else in the field listed with odds of 15-1 or more. 

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    NASCAR Betting: NASCAR heads to Phoenix this weekend for the Nationwide race on Saturday and the Sprint Cup race on Sunday. It will be the first chance for teams to get a real idea of how good their cars are since last week it was restrictor plate racing at Daytona. The Nationwide race on Saturday is the Blue Jeans Go Green 200 which can be seen on ABC. A number of Sprint Cup regulars will be doing double duty this weekend with top names being Matt Kenseth, Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick and Brad Keselowski and they are the four favorites at the online sportsbook.Here is a look at Saturday’s race and NASCAR predictions. 

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    NASCAR Odds: The Profit on CNBC 500 on Sunday is the second race of the NASCAR season. This race had been sponsored by Subway in the past but that is not the case this year. The Sprint Cup race at Phoenix International Raceway on Sunday can be seen on Fox with Jimmie Johnson listed as a slight favorite with Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch close behind. It was an exciting start to the season a week ago with Dale Earnhardt Jr. winning the Daytona 500 and it figures to be another exciting race on Sunday.Here is a look at The Profit on CNBC 500 race and NASCAR picks. 

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    Daytona 500 Odds: The 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup season begins on Sunday with the Daytona 500 on Fox. The restrictor plate race is extremely unpredictable and the odds at BetDSI sportsbook reflect that fact. There are 14 drivers listed with odds between 9-1 and 18-1. Dale Earnhardt Jr. is the favorite but in a restrictor plate anyone can win. Earnhardt Jr. is listed at 9-1 but there is not much difference in his odds and those of the drivers listed at 18-1 like Carl Edwards and Joey Logano. 

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    NASCAR Betting Odds: We know who will start first and second for Sunday’s Daytona 500 but we won’t know the rest of the field for the first race of the NASCAR season until after Thursday’s Budweiser Duels. Austin Dillon will start on the pole at Daytona in the famous No. 3 that used to be the number of Dale Earnhardt. He will be joined on the front row by Martin Truex Jr. The rest of the field will be set after the two Budweiser Duels on Thursday that can be seen on Fox Sports 1.Let’s look at the races and Daytona 500 qualifying. 

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    NASCAR Betting: The Sprint Unlimited takes place on Saturday at Daytona with a field of 18 cars expected in this non-points race that starts the 2014 NASCAR season. A total of 16 pole winners from last season and two past Sprint Unlimited champions are in the field. The race is really just a showcase for the fans with the format different than a regular race and with the race not counting in points. This race on Saturday will be televised by Fox Sports 1. Let’s look at the field, the format for the race and NASCAR odds at the online sportsbook. 

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    Daytona 500 Odds: Dale Earnhardt Jr. is the early favorite to win the 2014 Daytona 500. The first race in the Sprint Cup season each year is the Daytona 500, held at the Daytona International Speedway at Daytona Beach, Florida. The first race is oftentimes unpredictable because it is a restrictor plate race which means there is a lot of close, side by side racing. There is a lot of value in NASCAR odds in the Daytona 500 with almost every driver listed at double-digit odds. Let’s look at the 2014 Daytona 500 including the current odds available at Diamond sportsbook. 

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    NASCAR Betting: The Daytona 500 is just over a month away as the 2014 NASCAR schedule will begin. Jimmie Johnson begins the season as the favorite to win the championship yet again with Kyle Busch and Matt Kenseth the co-second choices. NASCAR has been dominated by Johnson in the past decade so it makes sense he is the favorite but as was proven a couple of years ago, Johnson can be beaten. There are 10 drivers listed with odds of 20-1 or less to win the 2014 NASCAR Championship. Let’s look at the NASCAR betting odds and the 2014 NASCAR schedule. 

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    NASCAR Lines: Jimmie Johnson will look to wrap up his sixth NASCAR title on Sunday in the Ford EcoBoost 400. Johnson has a 28 point lead over Matt Kenseth so Johnson just needs to finish 23rd or better to wrap up the championship. Because Johnson likely won’t be taking any chances in this race he is not listed as the favorite at Diamond sportsbook. Kenseth is the top choice with odds of 4-1 and is followed closely by Kyle Busch who is listed at 5-1. Kevin Harvick, Kasey Kahne and Brad Keselowski are also listed at single-digit odds.Here is a look at the race and NASCAR predictions 

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    NASCAR Odds: Jimmie Johnson is the favorite to win Sunday’s AdvoCare 500 that can be seen on ESPN. Johnson leads the Chase with two races remaining with Matt Kenseth the only other driver with a chance to catch him. Kenseth is the second choice in the betting to win Sunday’s race. Diamond sportsbook has odds for Sunday’s race and they also have odds on which driver will win the Chase with Jimmie Johnson listed at -325 while Matt Kenseth is +265. Let’s look at Sunday’s NASCAR race and NASCAR odds. 

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    NASCAR Odds: Jimmie Johnson and Matt Kenseth are tied for the top spot in the Chase and they are the favorites to win Sunday’s AAA Texas 500 which can be seen on ESPN. Johnson is listed with odds of 4.5-1 while Kenseth is 5-1. The only other driver listed with single-digit odds is Kyle Busch who is 5.5-1. Johnson and Kenseth have both won at Texas twice and they are tied for the most top ten finishes at the track with 15 each. There have been two sweeps at Texas through the years as Carl Edwards won both races in 2008 while Denny Hamlin won both races in 2010. Kyle Busch won the race in April so he will be looking for the sweep this year.Let’s look at Sunday’s race and NASCAR predictions. 

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    NASCAR Betting Odds: The seventh race in the Chase is Sunday’s Goody’s Headache Relief Shot 500 at Martinsville. Jimmie Johnson is the favorite to win this race that will be shown on ESPN. Johnson has been really good at Martinsville in his career with eight career wins and he is favored to win again on Sunday. Johnson has a slim lead in the Chase with Matt Kenseth just four points back. Also in contention are Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch and Jeff Gordon who are all within 34 points of the lead. Here is a look at Sunday’s race and NASCAR picks. 

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    NASCAR Odds: It is restrictor plate racing on Sunday at Talladega with the Camping World RV Sales 500. What that means in terms of NASCAR betting is that almost anyone can win. There are 11 drivers this week listed with odds between 7-1 and 14-1. Matt Kenseth has a slight lead in the Chase over Jimmie Johnson with Kevin Harvick, Jeff Gordon and Kyle Busch still within striking distance. A win would be huge for any of the top five drivers and for the other eight drivers it is pretty much a necessity. Let’s look at Sunday’s race and NASCAR picks. 

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    NASCAR Lines: The only night race in the 10-race Chase takes place on Saturday in Charlotte with the Bank of America 500 on ABC. Matt Kenseth is the leader in the Chase standings and he is a slight favorite to win Saturday night’s race. Jimmie Johnson is right behind Kenseth in the standings and he is also right behind Johnson in NASCAR odds to win the Bank of America 500. Kyle Busch and Kasey Kahne are the third and fourth choices at the sportsbook. Here is a look at Saturday night’s race and NASCAR picks. 

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    NASCAR Odds: ESPN will be televising the Hollywood Casino 400 from the Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kansas on Sunday. Matt Kenseth is a slight favorite with Jimmie Johnson the second choice. Those two drivers are also one-two in the Chase standings with Kyle Busch in third place. Kenseth is listed with odds of 4-1 to win Sunday’s race with Johnson at odds of 4.5-1. Busch is 5-1 with Kasey Kahne at 7-1. All of the other drivers are listed with odds of 15-1 or more so there is definitely some value if you like a longshot this week.Let’s take a look at the Hollywood Casino 400 and NASCAR predictions.