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NASCAR 2015 Sprint Cup Futures Preview & Betting Odds

Betting On NASCAR 2015 Lines

This past season, NASCAR completely revamped the rules for the Sprint Cup series 10-race Chase to the title and the result was some of the most exciting racing in the history of the sport.

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NASCAR Sprint Cup Futures

With the countdown to February’s Daytona 500 in full gear, it is a perfect time to take a closer look at Sportsbook’s NASCAR futures odds to win the 2015 Sprint Cup title.

The Favorites (odd of less than 10/1)

It is no big surprise that six-time Sprint Cup Champion Jimmie Johnson has been opened as next season’s odds-on favorite to win another title at 9/2 betting odds. From 2006 to 2010 the No. 48 car completely dominated this series with five title runs and Johnson made it six by winning again in 2013.

This past season he fell to 11th in the standings so this team’s motivation level will be sky-high to get back on top in 2015.

Both Jeff Gordon and Kevin Harvick have been listed as 6/1 second favorites to win the 2015 Sprint Cup. Gordon has been racing in this series since 1993 and the last time he won a title was in 2001, but the No. 24 team is coming off its most successful season in years.

Gordon made his way to the Winner’s Circle four times and he ended-up sixth in the final standings.

Harvick came extremely close to claiming the Sprint Cup title in 2010, but he sealed the deal this past season with a stirring victory at Homestead-Miami to claim the 2014 title.


Under the new rules of the Chase it is all about wining come playoff time and the No. 4 car proved it could rise to the task when it needed to the most.

The betting odds for the other two favorites have Brad Keselowski listed at 7/1 followed by Joey Logano at 8/1.

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

Matt Kenseth went from leading the Sprint Cup series in victories in 2013 with seven to getting completely shutout in last season’s 36-race run. Despite the drought, he still raced well enough to finish seventh in the final standings.

Heading into next season, he is listed at 10/1 odds to get back to his winning ways and guide the No. 20 car to the title.

If you looking to bet on a driver that flew completely under the radar last season while still managing to finish ninth in the standings then Carl Edwards is your man at 12/1 odds.

The problem with Edwards is his inability to win on a consistent basis with just five combined checkered flags in his last four seasons.

Kyle Busch has also been listed at 12/1 odds to win the 2015 Sprint Cup title after finishing 10th in last season’s standings, followed by Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Denny Hamlin at 15/1.

The Longshots (odds 20/1 or greater)

Kyle Larson and Tony Stewart head-up this group at 20/1 odds to win next year’s Cup, but there is some tremendous value much farther down the list with Ryan Newman sporting 40/1 odds.

He was able to race his way into last season’s final four heading into the season finale at Homestead-Miami and despite the fact that the No. 31 car failed to win a race last season, this team still managed to finish second in the final Sprint Cup standings.

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