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Updated NASCAR 2015 Sprint Cup Futures Preview & Betting Odds

Betting On NASCAR 2015 Lines

There is a break in the action this week with no Sprint Cup series race on the schedule making it the perfect time to take a look at the recently updated futures odds to win this season’s NASCAR title.

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The new season has six point races under its belt and certain drivers have already caught my eye when it comes to betting on their odds to with the 2015 Cup.

The following is a look at my top favorite, top contender and to longshot to survive the remaining 30-race schedule including a grueling 10-race Chase to the title based on their current odds on Sportsbook.ag’s NASCAR Sprint Cup futures list.

The Favorite (odd of less than 10/1)

There is now way I would bet against the driver at the top of the list given what Kevin Harvick has already done on the track this season.

He has been listed as a +350 favorite to successfully defend last year’s Sprint Cup title and he has backed-up these odds with victories at Las Vegas and Phoenix to go along with three other second-place finishes in six point-race events.

The No. 4 car’s string of eight-straight finishes of either first or second in a Sprint Cup point race dating back to the last three races in 2014 came to an end this past Sunday after Harvick finished eighth at Martinsville.

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

I am going with Denny Hamlin as my top-valued contender at +1200 betting odds to win this year’s Sprint Cup title.

The first reason is because last week’s victory at Martinsville almost assures the No. 11 car a spot in this year’s Chase, but more importantly, because of Hamlin’s past ability to stay in the hunt for a title until the bitter end.

He almost won the title in 2010 after finishing second to Jimmie Johnson.


Going back to last season after NASCAR completely overhauled the rules for the Chase by adding elimination rounds as the playoffs wore on, Hamlin was able to make it into the four-car field for the final race of the season at Miami-Homestead. He ended-up third in the final Sprint Cup standings.

The Longshot (odds 20/1 or greater)

Going down this list in search of longer odds, I decided to go with Tony Stewart at +3500 betting odds as my top-valued longshot.

He has not been the same driver since injuries and an on-track tragedy that killed another driver completely altered his life, but he still has the racing pedigree of a champion.

A late-season run in 2011 in which the No. 14 car won five of the 10 races in the Chase earned Stewart the Sprint Cup title and you just never know when he might return to that kind of dominating form.

So far this season, he has not finished better than 14th in a Sprint Cup race, but it should only take one victory to get him into that 16-driver field for this season’s Chase and from there anything can happen.

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