NASCAR Betting: 2015 Spongebob Squarepants 400 Picks
The 2015 Spongebob Squarepants is on Saturday night at the Kansas Speedway. Night races are the best and we’ll be treated to a few over the next month. I can’t say I’m fond of the new race sponsor and I’m sure anyone with kids can agree with me.
Odds to Win the 2015 Spongebob Squarepants 400
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We often see the same drivers performing well in Kansas, which means many drivers are paying under 10/1 odds. This year we have a total of six drivers paying under 10/1 odds, including Kevin Harvick who is the lone favorite in the market at 4/1 odds.
Kevin Harvick +400
Jimmie Johnson +600
Kurt Busch +650
Jeff Gordon +875
Joey Logano +875
Brad Keselowski +900
Dale Earnhardt Jr +1100
Matt Kenseth +1275
Kasey Kahne +1600
Martin Truex Jr +1900
Denny Hamlin +1925
Carl Edwards +1925
Kyle Larson +3100
Jamie McMurray +3300
Ryan Newman +5500
Tony Stewart +7700
Erik Jones +8500
Clint Bowyer +9500
Austin Dillon +11000
David Ragan +11000
Greg Biffle +11000
Paul Menard +11000
A.J. Allmendinger +33500
Aric Almirola +33500
Danica Patrick +33500
Ricky Stenhouse Jr +55000
Sam Hornish Jr +55000
Trevor Bayne +55000
Ty Dillon +55000
2015 Spongebob Squarepants 400 Race Preview
Kevin Harvick (+400) has a career average finish position (AFP) of 11.50 in 18 career races. He finished 2nd place in this race last year and he won on this track in October 2013. Harvick has the best driver rating in the last two years in Kansas too (124.8).
You really can’t go wrong with Jimmie Johnson (+600) either. Johnson finished in the T10 in 11 races in a row prior to finishing in 40th place in the last race on this track. He has won here twice, but the last time he won was back in 2011, which is a long time ago.
Kurt Busch (+650) is having a solid season, but this isn’t a track he excels on. He finished 2nd here back in October 2013, but since 2012 that’s his only finish inside of the T15. Busch isn’t likely to contend and at these shorts odds there’s no way I’d bet on him.
Jeff Gordon (+875) and Joey Logano (+875) are next in the winners market. Gordon won this race last year for the third time in his career and he also finished 3rd in October 2013 here. He has a great chance to win the race and his odds aren’t bad at all.
My pick this week is Logano. He has done great in Kansas lately. In the last three races on this track he has finished in 4th place, 4th place and 1st place. It doesn’t get much better than that, plus Logano has been having a great year and his car is fast.
Logano has been inconsistent as of late, but he still has three T5 finishes in the last five races. He hasn’t won since the Daytona 500, but it’s only a matter of time before he adds another win to his resume in 2015, as he has been racing very well.
If you’re looking for a long shot, you should look at Carl Edwards (+1925). Edwards has never won at Kansas, but he has finished in the T6 nine times in 15 career races. Those are good numbers and he’s bound to get a win at some point on this track.
· My Picks: Joey Logano +875
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