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Current Sprint Cup Odds (As Of 9/15/12)
Jimmie Johnson +265
Denny Hamlin +400
Brad Keselowski +750
Dale Earnhardt Jr. +750
Jeff Gordon +900
Kasey Kahne +1050
Tony Stewart +1200
Greg Biffle +1300
Matt Kenseth +1400
Kevin Harvick +2200
Clint Bowyer +2300
Martin Truex Jr. +2400
The 2012 Chase for the Championship odds are set, and here at Cappers Info, we are taking a look at some of the best odds to win the 2012 Sprint Cup and the NASCAR Championship on the board for the best drivers in the world!
Jimmie Johnson (+265) at SportBet.com: JJ is the deserving favorite on the Sprint Cup odds at this point, though we aren’t all that sure that he should be this much of a favorite when push comes to shove. All good things have to come to an end at some point, and that might be what happened last season when he was really never much of a contender at the end for the Sprint Cup Championship. We’ll be surprised if he isn’t in it this year, but we don’t know whether we would want to back this driver at this short of odds.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. (+750) at SportBet.com: Little E had the best year he has had in quite some time, racking up a win, a NASCAR best 17 Top 10 finishes in 26 starts, and most importantly, not a single DNF. If the No. 88 can keep himself on the track and continuously finish on the lead lap in races as he did so well for the mass majority of this season, he’ll be a legit contender for his first career Sprint Cup Championship. Little E does start nine points off of the pace right now, but he does have 10 races to make up that type of a deficit, something that could be done right away this weekend at Chicagoland.
Kevin Harvick (+2200) at SportBet.com: We know that Harvick isn’t all that much of a threat to win the Sprint Cup this year, but he is going to be starting tomorrow at the GEICO 400, knowing that he has had more success in the Windy City than any other driver here in the Chase, save for maybe Tony Stewart. That being said, we have to remember that Harvick was a consistent driver this year, though we know that he is one of the two men in the Chase for the Sprint Cup that didn’t end up winning a race in the regular season.
Jeff Gordon (+900) at SportBet.com: It could be interesting to see whether the No. 24 can keep up the success that it has had over the course of the last few weeks. Just a month and a half ago, there weren’t all that many NASCAR experts that figured that Gordon would be able to get into the Chase for the Sprint Cup, but finishing in the Top 3 in the last three races was enough to get the job done and to steal that last Wild Card spot. Gordon isn’t going to win all that many races here in the Chase in all likelihood, but he just needs to stay consistent and remain in contention race in and race out, and he could be a force.