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Nascar Sylvania 300 Gambling Picks/Preview

2010 Sylvania 300 Predictions – Betting Preview + Picks + Odds

Preview:  It’s the first race in the NASCAR Chase, but it’s the last time the Chase will kick off at Loudon, New Hampshire. 

Race: Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway (Loudon)
Date: Sunday, September 19, 2010
Time: 1:15 PM EST (scheduled green flag)
TV: 1:00 PM EST on ESPN

Thanks to NASCAR’s 2011 schedule realignment, next year’s Chase will start at Chicagoland, with Loudon moving to the second spot in the Chase lineup.

This season, the Sprint Cup Series made its first visit to Loudon in June, with Jimmie Johnson the victor.  Mark Martin won the fall race last year and Greg Biffle the year prior.  Loudon is a flat 1.058-mile track often compared to Phoenix and Richmond, so drivers who do well at those tracks are likely to excel here, too.

Brad Keselowski is on the pole for Sunday’s race, his first-ever Cup Series pole.

Safe Bets:

1. Denny Hamlin (7/2):  Hamlin won last week at Richmond and starts the Chase as the number one seed with six wins in 26 races this season.  He won here in July of 2007 and has never finished outside the top 15 in nine Loudon starts.

Hamlin starts 22nd for Sunday’s race and finished second in this race last year.

2. Tony Stewart (5/1):  Stewart starts Sunday’s race on the inside of row two and has two prior wins at Loudon, most recently in 2005.

He was the runner-up finisher here in June and has two top-5s in three Loudon starts with Stewart-Haas Racing.

Dark Horse:

1. Juan Pablo Montoya (28/1):  Montoya fits the category of drivers who do well at tracks like Phoenix and Richmond, although he hasn’t had the finishes to show for it.  JPM qualified fifth for Sunday’s race and started on the pole in this race last year, finishing third after leading 105 laps.

Summary: Look for the 12 Chase contenders to be on their best behavior Sunday as they tentatively set forth on their quest for the 2010 championship.  No one wants to make a mistake that will cost him in points and even non-Chase drivers will try to avoid ruining a Chaser’s chances.

Sunday’s weather forecast calls for partly cloudy skies with a high near 70°.

Race: Sylvania 300
Odds to win the Sylvania 300 –
New Hampshire Motor Speedway – Sept. 19, 2010

Jimmie Johnson +400
Denny Hamlin +450
Kyle Busch +500
Kevin Harvick +1000
Tony Stewart +1000
Jeff Gordon +1100
Jeff Burton +1200
Clint Bowyer +1200
Kurt Busch +1200
Juan Pablo Montoya +2000
Carl Edwards +2000
Kasey Kahne +2500
Martin Truex Jr. +3000
Joey Logano +3000
David Reutimann +3000
Jamie McMurray +3000
Ryan Newman +3000
Greg Biffle +3000
Matt Kenseth +3500
Mark Martin +5000
Dale Earnhardt Jr. +5000
A.J. Allmendinger +5000
Paul Menard +10000
Marcos Ambrose +10000
David Ragan +10000
Brad Keselowski +10000
Sam Hornish Jr. +15000
Reed Sorenson +15000
Scott Speed +20000
Regan Smith +20000
Elliott Sadler +20000
Casey Mears +30000
Tony Raines +50000
Andy Lally +50000
Travis Kvapil +50000
Todd Bodine +50000
David Gilliland +50000
Bobby Labonte +50000
Robby Gordon +50000
Mike Bliss +50000

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Becca Gladden is a freelance writer and race handicapper specializing in NASCAR.

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