2008 Aaron's 312 Odds


Kyle Busch will be looking to make NASCAR Nationwide Series History this Saturday in the Aaron's 312 from Talladega Super Speedway.

Busch, the winner of the last 3 NASCAR Nationwide Series races can tie the current record of 4 wins in a row with a victory at NASCAR's largest track. The current record of 4 wins in a row is held by Sam Ard who accomplished the feat in 1983.

Oddsmakers from online sports book Bodog have Kyle Busch listed as a favorite to win this weekends Aaron's 312 at 2.5/1. Busch isn't THE favorite though to win the race according to Bodog oddsmakers. That honor is reserved for Busch's teammate, Tony Stewart. For those of you betting NASCAR this Saturday, Stewart will roll off at 2/1 as of this Thursday evening. To view the current NASCAR odds up until starting time please click here.

After several weeks of offering Nationwide Series odds to win on every driver in the field Bodog has reverted back to posting odds on only a handful of drivers and bringing "The Field" bet back into play.

20 of the 42 drivers that will start the 2008 Aaron's 312 have odds to win listed and the remaining drivers will be placed in The Field pool. A Field driver to win wager would pay 14/1.

The long shots this week are Patrick Carpentier and Kevin LePage who are each listed at 50/1.

2008 NASCAR Nationwide Aaron's 312 Odds to Win - Saturday April 26, 2008 - Talladega Super Speedway Talladega, Alabama

Tony Stewart +200
Kyle Busch +250
Dale Earnhardt Jr. +300
Denny Hamlin +900
Carl Edwards +900
Clint Bowyer +1000
Greg Biffle +1100
Scott Wimmer +1800
David Reutimann +1800
Stephen Leicht +2000
Jason Leffler +2500
David Ragan +2800
Mike Bliss +2800
David Stremme +3000
Brad Keselowski +3500
Kelly Bires +4000
Mike Wallace +4000
Reed Sorenson +4000
Kevin Lepage +5000
Patrick Carpentier +5000
Field (Any Other Driver) +1400

2008 NASCAR Nationwide Aaron's 312 start time is 2:30pm eastern time. TV coverage will be provided by ABC and ABC HD.

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