Monday, March 21, 2016

Any value on Sprint Cup futures during off Easter weekend?

Jimmie Johnson is 7/1 to win his seventh Sprint Cup.
We've had five official NASCAR Sprint Cup races so far on the season and six straight weeks of action since Daytona Speedweeks began, so let's take a little Easter break, regroup and think about what we've really seen so far and how it relates to who might win the Sprint Cup at Homestead in November.

Action will resume on Sunday, Apr. 3 from Martinsville Speedway.

If you look at the updated Sprint Cup odds below from the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, you'll notice that they haven't changed too much since posted in December.

Kevin Harvick started out as the 5/1 favorite (Bet $100 to win $500) and even though he's the only driver that's finished in the top-10 of all five races, his odds haven't changed.

Basically, Harvick is doing exactly what most thought he'd be doing, which is why there really isn't much of a reason to bet any of these drivers to win the Championship so early, or at least not much reason to bet any of the favorites right now. Those odds aren't going to change much from now until the 10 race Chase kicks off Sept. 18 at Chicagoland Speedway.

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J S Davis said...

Given what we have seen on the track so far, if I had to choose one driver to win the Championship, I would have to take Jimmie Johnson; with a nod towards Joey Logano also as I feel that he is currently in the peak years of his career. My final four at this point would be: JJ, Joey, Harv, and Kyle B.

Fireballr7 said...

pretty good 4