NASCAR MOTOR RACING NEWS
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    NASCAR Betting Odds: The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the site for Sunday’s John Wayne Walding 400 on ESPN. Jimmie Johnson is listed as a slight favorite to win the race with Brad Keselowski the second choice. Two other drivers, Kevin Harvick and Jeff Gordon are also listed at single-digit odds. Chevrolets have done really well at the Brickyard, winning 15 of the 20 Sprint Cup races including the last 11. This race has been a good predictor of the ultimate Sprint Cup champion, as the winner at the Brickyard has gone on to win the championship eight times.Here is a look at Sunday’s race and NASCAR predictions. 

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    NASCAR Betting Odds: ESPN will be televising the Nationwide Lilly Diabetes 250. Many of the Sprint Cup regulars did not race last week in the Nationwide Series since the Sprint Cup Series was off but that is not the case this week. A number of drivers will be pulling double-duty this weekend and they are in the top spots in the betting odds. They are Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick, Matt Kenseth and Joey Logano. Other Cup regulars in the race are Paul Menard, Josh Wise and David Ragan.Here is a look at Saturday’s race and NASCAR predictions. 

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    NASCAR Odds: The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series has the weekend off so the Nationwide Series gets the spotlight with Saturday night’s EnjoyIllinois.com 300 on ESPN 2 at Chicagoland Speedway. Very few of the Sprint Cup regulars are making the trip to Chicago but one driver who will be making the trip is Kasey Kahne. He will be the favorite to win the race with Kyle Larson likely the second choice in the NASCAR betting odds at the offshore sportsbook.Here is a look at Saturday night’s and NASCAR picks. 

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    NASCAR Odds: The favorite to win Sunday’s Camping World RV Sales 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on TNT is Jimmie Johnson. He is listed at 5-1 with Jeff Gordon, Brad Keselowski and Kevin Harvick the co-second choices with odds of 8-1. The only other driver listed at single-digit odds is Dale Earnhardt Jr. with odds of 9-1. The NASCAR betting odds on J.J. could be a little short considering he has not won this race since 2010. This race has also been a race where favorites have flopped in recent years with longshots winning in each of the past three seasons. Here is a look at Sunday’s race and NASCAR predictions. 

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    NASCAR Odds: Kyle Bush is the favorite to win Saturday’s Nationwide Sta-Green 200 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Five Sprint Cup regulars are doing double duty this weekend at Loudon and three of the five should be the top three choices in the NASCAR betting. Kyle Busch is the favorite with Brad Keselowski and Matt Kenseth the second and third choices. Also in the mix among the Sprint Cup regulars could be Kyle Larson and Paul Menard. The Nationwide regulars with the best chance figure to be Regan Smith, Eliott Sadler, Chase Eliott and Ty Dillon. Here is a look at Saturday’s race on ESPN 2 and NASCAR predictions. 

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    NASCAR Odds: The Subway Firecracker 250 takes place on Friday at Daytona on ESPN 2 with Kyle Busch listed as the favorite. This Nationwide race has been dominated in recent years by Sprint Cup ringers who cross over and do double duty for the 4th of July weekend. Matt Kenseth was the winner of this race last year while Kurt Busch won it two years ago. Kyle Busch is the favorite on Friday with 2011 winner Joey Logano listed as the second choice in the betting.Here is a look at Friday’s race and NASCAR predictions. 

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    NASCAR Betting Odds: NASCAR heads to Kentucky this weekend with the Sprint Cup Series on Saturday night. Jimmie Johnson is the favorite to win Saturday’s Quaker State 400 on TNT. He is listed with odds of 4-1 which is just slightly lower than those on Kevin Harvick. There have only been three previous races at Kentucky Speedway in the Sprint Cup series with Kyle Busch, Brad Keselowski and Matt Kenseth winning. Johnson dominated last year’s race but he spun out on the last restart which allowed Kenseth to get the win. Here is a look at Saturday’s Quaker State 400 and NASCAR picks. 

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    NASCAR Odds: Marcos Ambrose is the top choice to win Sunday’s Toyota - Save Mart 350 at Sonoma. In recent races it has been all Jimmie Johnson but when NASCAR goes to road courses it is normally Ambrose who is listed as the favorite. There are six drivers listed with single-digit odds at BetDSI sportsbook with Ambrose the favorite with odds of 5-1. Jeff Gordon is listed at 6-1 and if followed by Kevin Harvick, Kurt Busch, Jimmie Johnson and Tony Stewart. Here is a look at Sunday’s race and NASCAR predictions. 

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    NASCAR Odds: It is road course racing this week in the Nationwide Series with the Gardner Denver 200 at Road America on ABC. This race has been very unpredictable in the past so there is no clear cut favorite on Saturday. Because the Sprint Cup Series is in California on Sunday there are no Sprint Cup ringers who will be doing double duty this weekend. That should give drivers like Regan Smith and Elliott Sadler a good chance to get a win in this race. Here is a look at the Gardner Denver 200 and NASCAR picks. 

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    NASCAR Odds: TNT will be televising the Quicken Loans 400 on Sunday from Michigan. Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick are the top two choices in the betting with odds of 6-1 at Diamond sportsbook. The only other driver listed with single-digit odds is Brad Keselowski who is 10-1. Greg Biffle won this race last year while Dale Earnhardt Jr. won the race two years ago. They are both in the mix as contenders behind the top two of Johnson and Harvick. Here is a look at Sunday’s Quicken Loans 400 and NASCAR Picks. 

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    NASCAR Lines: Kyle Busch is favored to win Saturday’s Ollie’s Bargain Outlet 250 on ESPN. The Nationwide race has three Sprint Cup ringers who are doing double duty and the odds reflect that fact with Kyle Busch, Joey Logano and Dale Earnhardt Jr. the top choices in the betting. Heading into the 13th race of the Nationwide season it is Regan Smith who holds a four point lead over Elliott Sadler in the standings with Chase Elliott in third and Trevor Bayne in fourth place. Here is a look at the Ollie’s Bargain 250 and NASCAR picks. 

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    NASCAR Betting Odds: Jimmie Johnson is the favorite to win Sunday’s Pocono 400 that can be seen on TNT. It was a slow start to the season for Johnson but he has now won two straight races and it could be three in a row considering how well he has done at Pocono in the past. Johnson is listed as the 5-1 favorite at BetDSI sportsbook. There are four other drivers listed at single-digit odds with Kevin Harvick at 7-1, Jeff Gordon at 8-1 and Brad Keselowski and Kyle Busch at 9-1. Here is a look at Sunday’s race and NASCAR predictions. 

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    NASCAR Odds: Jimmie Johnson broke his winless streak last week by winning at Charlotte and he will try to make it two straight in this week’s FedEx 400 at Dover. Johnson is the 4-1 favorite in this race on Sunday that can be seen on Fox. Six drivers are listed with single-digit odds at Diamond sportsbook with Kevin Harvick the second choice with odds of 5-1. Matt Kenseth is the third choice in the betting at odds of 7-1 and he is followed by Brad Keselowski, Jeff Gordon and Kyle Busch. Here is a look at the FedEx 400 and NASCAR predictions. 

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    NASCAR Odds: Fox will be televising the Coca-Cola 600 on Sunday with Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick the top two choices in the betting. Both are listed with odds of 6-1 at Diamond sportsbook. Six other drivers are listed at less than 10-1. If you like auto racing then Sunday is a great day because you can watch and wager on the Indianapolis 500 early in the day and then continue throughout the afternoon and evening with the Coca-Cola 600 which takes place in Charlotte. Here is a look at Sunday’s race and NASCAR picks. 

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    NASCAR Betting Odds: It is all about the money this weekend in NASCAR with one million dollars up for grabs in Saturday’s Sprint Cup All-Star race. 19 drivers have already qualified and another three will qualify on Friday with the top two finishes in the Sprint Showdown getting in the field along with the fan vote winner. Clint Bowyer and Kyle Larson are the favorites to win Friday’s Sprint Showdown while Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick are the top choices to win Saturday’s All-Star race.Let’s look at both races and NASCAR picks. 

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    NASCAR Lines: Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick are the favorites to win Saturday’s 5-Hour Energy 400 at Kansas Speedway. Johnson is still looking for his first win of the season and it could be he gets it on Saturday night in a race that can be seen on Fox. Johnson and Harvick will have to hold off Matt Kenseth and Jeff Gordon who are third and fourth on the odds board. Also expected to be in contention for the win are Brad Keselowski, Kyle Busch, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Joey Logano. Here is a look at Saturday’s race and NASCAR picks. 

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    NASCAR Betting Odds: It is restrictor plate racing on Sunday at Talladega in the Aaron’s 499 on Fox. That means close racing, an unpredictable finish and a lot of wrecks. Dale Earnhardt Jr. has done as well as anyone lately at Talladega and he proved earlier this year he is still very good in restrictor plate races as he won at Daytona. He is the top choice in the betting odds at the online sportsbook. Jeff Gordon is the NASCAR point’s leader and he is among a large group of drivers listed as the co-second choice. Here is a look at Sunday’s Aaron’s 499 race and NASCAR predictions. 

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    NASCAR Odds: The top choice to win Saturday’s Aarons 312 at Talladega is Kasey Kahne. Not many of the Sprint Cup regulars are doing double duty this weekend so Kahne is the top choice. His toughest competition could come from Nationwide regular Chase Elliott who has already won twice this season. The other two Sprint Cup regulars who are racing on both Saturday and Sunday are Kyle Larson and Trevor Bayne so they could be in contention on Saturday. Here is a look at the Aarons 312 that can be seen on ESPN and NASCAR predictions. 

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    NASCAR Betting Odds: It is night racing at Richmond on Saturday with Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch the top choices to win the Toyota Owners 400. Each is listed with odds of 6-1 with Denny Hamlin, Jimmie Johnson and Brad Keselowski right behind with odds of 7-1. Harvick won this race last year and he is off to a great start this year as he is the only driver to have won two races. There have been seven different winners in the first eight races of the NASCAR season. Here is a look at the Toyota Owners 400 race and NASCAR picks. 

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    NASCAR Odds: We get some night racing this week in NASCAR beginning with the Nationwide race on Friday night. It will be the ToyotaCare 250 at Richmond, Virginia on ESPN News. The race has a schedule start time of 7 pm Eastern Time. This is a Nationwide race but the Sprint Cup regulars who cross over oftentimes win this race. Brad Keselowski won this race last year while Kurt Busch won the race in 2012 with Denny Hamlin winning in 2011.Here is a look at Friday’s race and NASCAR predictions. 

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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.