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Odds to Win the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship

Hang on NASCAR fans; we are only about 6 weeks away for the beginning of the 2013 Sprint Cup season with the Daytona 500, which runs on February 24th.

He came oh so close last year, and Jimmie Johnson is the favorite going into this season at 5/1. We know he can do it as he has won the Sprint Cup Championship 5 times in the past. He finished the 2012 season in 3rd place, 40 points back of the champion, Brad Keselowski.

Speaking of the 2012 champion, Kesewlowski, he is 8/1 to take the title this year along with Denny Hamlin, Kyle Busch and Kasey Kahne. The champ won by 39 points after a great run in the Chase. Denny Hamlin finished in 6th place last year, 71 points back of the winner but looked like for a while there that he had a good shot at winning it all.

The oddsmakers must have seen something I didn’t last year with Kyle Busch listed at short odds. They seemed to favor him in races last season yet he finished out of the top 12. Kasey Kahne had a very strong season, finishing 4th, 55 points back of Kesewlowski. Hang on and watch football for the next few weeks and once the Super Bowl is finished it won’t be long at all. Before you know it we will hear the engines roaring and the season will be on.

2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship Odds To Win

Jimmie Johnson 5/1
Brad Keselowski 8/1
Denny Hamlin 8/1
Kyle Busch 8/1
Kasey Kahne 8/1
Matt Kenseth 10/1
Tony Stewart 10/1
Jeff Gordon 10/1
Greg Biffle 12/1
Clint Bowyer 12/1
Carl Edwards 12/1
Martin Truex Jr 15/1
Dale Earnhardt Jr 15/1
Kevin Harvick 20/1
Joey Logano 40/1
Ryan Newman 60/1
Kurt Busch 100/1
Marcos Ambrose 200/1
Paul Menard 200/1
Danica Patrick 300/1
Aric Almirola 300/1
Ricky Stenhouse 300/1
Juan Montoya 300/1
Jamie McMurray 300/1
Jeff Burton 300/1
Field (Any Other Driver) 50/1

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