Every week the Las Vegas Hilton Superbook posts Chances on the NASCAR Sprint Cup races.
And every week that they stick with the strong favorites or deviate much in their amounts. Jimmie Johnson is nearly always the favorite as he is this week at 7-2 chances to win. Kyle Busch and Jeff Gordon are recorded at 7-1 chances to win that is also consistent from week to week. Gordon hasn’t won a race over a year and he is listed as instant favorite every week.
Why is Gordon recorded as a second favourite weekly? Betting in Las Vegas is all about the General Public. The people bets Gordon every week and therefore is always listed at short odds. Kyle Busch and Jimmie Johnson’s odds are plausible but there are a number of legitimate driver to find at a fantastic price.
Kansas Price Chopper 400 Won’t Be Regular Cookie Cutter Race
The Kansas Price Chopper 400 is the third race in the NASCAR Chase and already many NASCAR prognosticators are devoting the NASCAR championship to Jimmie Johnson. There are plenty of drivers in contention now and one win by Jimmie Johnson in the next week of the NASCAR Chase is going to make a great deal of difference.
Kansas Speedway is a unique speedway from the NASCAR Chase. The comparatively slight banking of 14 percent lends itself to unique styles and much better racing than the high banked mile and a half cookie cutter tracks featured in the NASCAR Chase. Drivers with guts and auto control will do well on a track which allows drivers push deep to the corners and get back to the throttle fast.
Some Driver Odds Made Some Intriguing Movements in Kansas Price Chopper 400
Some of the intriguing price changes for the Kansas Price Chopper 400 were related to performances from last week at Dover for the Dover AAA 400. AJ Allmendinger went from a 200-1 shot a couple of weeks back into a 30-1 to acquire this weekend. Another interesting odds move was Dale Earnhardt Jr inflating to 75-1 to acquire the Kansas Price Chopper 400. The following three motorists and a single long shot are favorites to bring home the hardware from the Kansas Price Chopper 400.
Tony Stewart 12-1
Tony Stewart is the defending race winner of the Kansas Price Chopper 400 and he must have some excellent notes from this race out of this past year. Stewart’s rear it in sprint car style ought to play well here in Kansas. The sole problem relating to Stewart is that the weather is only going to be 60 degrees. Tony Stewart is the best bet to win Kansas Price Chopper 400 at 12-1.