NASCAR 2015 Sprint Cup Betting
The first 35 races in this season’s Sprint Cup series have all led to NASCAR’s Championship Round of the Chase this Sunday afternoon at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
NASCAR Sprint Cup- Ford EcoBoost 400 Preview and Prediction
Race: Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway
Date: Sun, Nov. 22
Time: 3 p.m. (ET)
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The final four drivers left in the original field of 16 will compete one last time for the 2015 Sprint Cup title in this season’s FordEco Boost 400. Race time is set for 3 p.m. (ET) and it will be broadcast nationally on NBC Sports Network.
Here is a look at TopBet’s betting odds to win both Sunday’s race and the 2015 Sprint Cup title for NASCAR’s version of the Final Four.
Odds to Win Sunday +350
Odds to Win Sprint Cup Title +150
It is pretty easy to see why Harvick is not only favored to win this Sunday’s race as well as this season’s Sprint Cup title given the track record he brings into this event.
The No. 4 car got hot in last season’s Chase and it sealed its title run with a victory at Homestead-Miami.
Harvick got off to a fast start this season and following his second-place run at Phoenix last Sunday to seal-up a spot in the Championship Round, he has posted three victories and an amazing 12 second-place finishes over the course of the year.
Odds to Win Sunday +600
Odds to Win Sprint Cup Title +275
Busch is an interesting choice as a second-favorite for both of these bets given his 2015 Sprint Cup resume.
Despite missing the first 11 point-race events because of a prior injury, he still managed to win four of his next 24 races including a run of three-straight victories in July.
His problems in the past when it came to winning a title was a product of some less than stellar performances in the Chase, but this season the No. 18 car posted five finishes of fifth or better in his last seven Chase events.
The main thing working against Busch’s odds this Sunday is an average finishing position of 23.1 at Homestead-Miami.
Martin Truex Jr.
Odds to Win Sunday +1000
Odds to Win Sprint Cup Title: +300
Regardless of what happens in his race, Truex Jr. should win the over-achiever award after finishing 24th in last season’s final Sprint Cup Standings.
Behind the wheel of the No. 78 car, he has only made his way to Victory Lane once this season, but he has obviously raced well enough in the Chase to earn a spot in this field.
It also helps that he has finished sixth or better in three of his last four Sprint Cup races at this track and he could be a dangerous contender this time around with a “nothing to lose” attitude.
Odds to Win Sunday +1000
Odds to Win Spring Cup Title: +350
Anyone that has been following my NASCAR picks this season knows that I tried to work Gordon into the mix as much as possible as one of my top picks only to be let down each and every time.
I had big expectations for the No. 24 car is his final fulltime season racing in the Sprint Cup series and they were not realized until a recent victory at Martinsville thrust him into the Championship Round.
This is now setting up as the perfect ending to one of the best careers ever in NASCAR racing and I am not about to get off Gordon’s bandwagon now as my top pick to win both this race and the 2015 Sprint Cup title.
Odds to Win 2015 Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway