Odds to Win the NASCAR Quicken Loans 400 – Jimmie Johnson is the Favorite
NASCAR heads to Michigan International Speedway this weekend for the Quicken Loans 400. Joey Logano won last weekend at Pocono but Jimmie Johnson is definitely the driver to beat in NASCAR right now.
It shouldn’t come as any surprise to see Jimmie Johnson as the favorite at +500. He won 2 weeks ago at the FedEx 400 and finished 4th this past weekend at Pocono. He has the car, he has the skills, and he has the team which makes it possible for him to have a chance every week.
Carl Edwards and Kyle Busch are right behind JJ at +700. I’m not really sure about why these two have such short odds. Edwards doesn’t have a win this season and has only finished in the top 5 twice. He does have eight top 10’s so he hasn’t run bad so far in 2012. He does have 2 wins here at Michigan International Speedway. Busch has 1 win and five top 5’s this season, along with a win here on this track. Both drivers have the credentials to win it, but I’m just not feeling them this week.
Tony Stewart hasn’t won a race since March 25th in the Auto Club 400. Smoke is about due for a win and is getting a good price at +900. Dale Earnhardt Jr. got another top 10 finish last weekend. I know I’ve said it before, but he is racing too well not to win one of these weeks. He could be a good pick at +1200. If you were to put a gun to my head for 3 drivers this week, I would take Johnson, Stewart and Jr. Enjoy the race on Sunday and good luck with your bets.
Odds to win the Quicken Loans 400:
Jimmie Johnson +500
Carl Edwards +700
Kyle Busch +700
Matt Kenseth +700
Jeff Gordon +900
Tony Stewart +900
Greg Biffle +900
Kasey Kahne +1000
Denny Hamlin +1000
Brad Keselowski +1000
Kevin Harvick +1000
Dale Earnhardt Jr +1200
Ryan Newman +2800
Clint Bowyer +2800
Martin Truex Jr +2800
Mark Martin +2300
Full odds at America's Bookie.
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