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Goody's 500 Odds

The 2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to the short track of Martinsville Speedway this week for the 2010 Goody’s Fast Pain Relief 500.

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Winner of three of the last four Sprint Cup races, Jimmie Johnson, is favored to win this week.

Johnson has odds of 5/2 to win the race according to odds makers at the online sports book Sportsbook.com. Other short odds to win are Denny Hamlin (5/1), Jeff Gordon (6/1), and Tony Stewart (10/1).

Johnson won this event last year and also won in 2007. He has finished no worse than fourth in this race in the last four years. Johnson has six wins at this track in his career along with 12 top 5’s and 15 top 10’s. Johnson has a series best driver rating of 125.5 at this track with an average finish of 5.1. Johnson is third in the standings, 14 points behind Kevin Harvick.

Hamlin won this event in 2008 and finished second last year and third in 2007. Hamlin has two wins on this track in his career with six top 5’s and eight top 10’s. His average finish is 7.2 and his driver rating is 109.1, which ranks fourth in the series. Hamlin is currently 19th in the point standings.

Gordon won this event in 2005, 2003, and 1997. He has finished second in the 2006-08 races. Gordon has seven wins on this track with 22 top 5’s and 28 top 10’s in his career. His average finish is 6.8 and his driver rating is 123.0, which is second only to Johnson. Gordon is 11th in the point standings right now.

Tony Stewart won this event in 2006 and has two wins in his career at this track with eight top 5’s and 13 top 10’s. His average finish is 12.0 and his driver rating is 112.5, which ranks third in the series. Stewart is currently fifth in the standings.

The Goody’s Fast Pain Relief 500 will take place Sunday, March 28 from Martinsville Speedway at Noon ET. For complete odds and track information on this year’s event, see below.

Odds to win the Goody’s Fast Pain Relief 500 – 2010 Goody’s Fast Pain Relief 500 – Martinsville Speedway – March 28, 2010

Jimmie Johnson 5/2    

Denny Hamlin 5/1    

Jeff Gordon 6/1    

Tony Stewart 10/1    

Kevin Harvick 12/1    

Kyle Busch 15/1    

Jeff Burton 15/1    

Clint Bowyer 15/1    

Mark Martin 15/1    

Kurt Busch 18/1    

Juan Pablo Montoya 18/1    

Carl Edwards 20/1    

Dale Earnhardt Jr 20/1    

Kasey Kahne 30/1    

Jamie McMurray 35/1    

Ryan Newman 40/1    

Joey Logano 40/1    

Greg Biffle 40/1    

Matt Kenseth 60/1    

David Ragan 75/1    

Elliott Sadler 100/1    

Paul Menard 100/1    

Bobby Labonte 100/1    

Regan Smith 100/1    

Scott Speed 100/1    

Travis Kvapil 100/1    

AJ Allmendinger 100/1    

Sam Hornish Jr 100/1    

Marcos Ambrose 100/1    

Brad Keselowski 100/1    

David Reutimann 100/1    

Martin Truex Jr 100/1        

Brian Vickers 100/1

Field (Any Other Driver) 100/1   

2010 Goody's Fast Pain Relief Information

Race Date: Sunday, March 28

Location: Martinsville Speedway, Martinsville, Virginia

Pre-Race: 12:00PM ET

Green Flag: Approx. 1:13PM ET

TV Coverage: FOX

Radio Coverage: MRN

Track Type: Oval (500 laps)

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Posted: 3/23/10 2:13PM ET

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