Feed The Children 300 Odds

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SPARTA, KY (TheSpread) – The 2012 NASCAR Nationwide Series will be under the lights on Friday for the running of the Feed The Children 300. Here is a look at the odds for this event.

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According to oddsmakers, Denny Hamlin is the favorite for this event, as he has odds of 3/1 to win, while other short odds to win are Ricky Stenhouse, Brad Keselowski, and Kevin Harvick, who each have 4/1 odds to win.

Hamlin has driven in six Nationwide events this year. He has yet to win, but has four top 5’s and has placed second in his last three. Hamlin has 11 career victories over 134 races in the Nationwide Series.

Stenhouse is currently third in the Nationwide standings. He is 23 points out of first. In 14 races this year he has three victories and seven top 5’s. He now has five victories in his Nationwide career of 87 races.

Keselowski won this race last year. He has competed in 11 Nationwide events this year and has one victories with six top 5’s. Keselowski has won 18 races over 179 career races in this series.

Harvick won this race when it first debuted in 2001. He has competed in five Nationwide races this year, but is winless. He does have three top 5’s. For his career of 250 races, Harvick has 34 victories.

The Feed The Children 300 will take place Friday, June 29 from Kentucky Speedway at 7:45PM ET. For complete odds and track information on this year’s event, see below.

Odds to win the Feed The Children 300 – 2012 Feed The Children 300 – Kentucky Speedway – Friday, June 29, 2012

Denny Hamlin 3/1

Ricky Stenhouse 4/1

Brad Keselowski 4/1

Kevin Harvick 4/1

Kurt Busch 5/1

Elliott Sadler 8/1

Austin Dillon 12/1

Justin Allgaier 20/1

Sam Hornish Jr 25/1

2012 Feed The Children 300 Information

Race Date: Friday, June 29

Location: Kentucky Speedway, Sparta, Kentucky

Pre-Race: 7PM ET

Green Flag: Approx. 7:45PM ET

TV Coverage: ESPN2

Radio Coverage: MRN

Track Type: Speedway (200 laps)

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