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NASCAR 2015 Sprint Cup Futures Odds Update & Gambling Picks

Betting On NASCAR 2015 Future Lines

The 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup series has just about reached the halfway point of its season and with a break in the schedule this week it is a great time to take a closer look at Sportsbook.ag’s recently updated futures odds to win this year’s title.

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The following is a look at my top favorite, top contender and top longshot to make their way into this season’s Chase and keep winning all the way through the final race of the season at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Nov. 22.

The Favorite (odd of less than 10/1)

Last season’s champion Kevin Harvick remains the top favorite to win again this season at +350 betting odds, but I am looking to stretch the value with Jimmie Johnson as my top favorite at +600.

The No. 48 car is just fifth in the current Sprint Cup standings with 506 points, but it is all about winning and this team has lapped the field with four point-race victories in the first 15 events.

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Johnson stumbled to 11th in the final Sprint Cup standings last season under NASCAR’s new rules for the Chase, but things will be different this time around for team that has already proven it has the right formula to win races.

The Contender (odds from 10/1 to 19/1)

Given the fact that one victory will more than likely get you into this year’s Chase, I am going with Joey Logano as my top contender at +1000 odds to win the 2015 title.

He started the season with a bang by winning the Daytona 500 and he has held true form with a top-five finishes in over half of his first 15 point-race runs.

What I also really like about the value in these odds is the fact that the No. 22 car made it all the way into the final group of four drivers for last season’s Championship Round of the Chase at Homestead-Miami.

That experience should pay some serious dividends when things really heat up in NASCAR’s 10-race run to a title this season.

The Longshot (odds 20/1 or greater)

Picking a driver with longer odds to win a Sprint Cup title is a real shot in the dark, but I do believe there could be some solid value in Kyle Busch at +2500.

All he needs to do is win a race somewhere along the way and given his past track record and ability behind the wheel; anything could happen if he gets into the Chase.

Busch is still probably trying to fully recover from a severe leg injury that held him out of the first 11 point-race events this season.

In the four races he has run, the No. 18 car has only finished in the top-10 once with a ninth-place finish at Pocono.

However, it is going to take some time to return to the form that has accounted for 29 Sprint Cup victories since he first entered the series full time in 2005.

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