Carfax 250 Odds

The NASCAR Nationwide Series resumes its 2009 season on Saturday, Aug. 15 with the Carfax 250 from Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Mich.

Nationwide points leader Kyle Busch is the pre-race favorite to win at MIS, as he looks for his seventh win of the season.

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Busch is a 7/5 favorite to win the race according to online sports book Other short odds to win are Carl Edwards (4/1), Greg Biffle (11/2), and Kevin Harvick (13/2).

Busch leads the Nationwide Series by 212 points over Edwards. Busch has finished first or second in the last 10 Nationwide events and has taken second in three-straight races. Busch won this event in 2004.

Edwards is the 2008 Nationwide winner at Michigan International Speedway and has finished no worse than sixth in his last eight races. Edwards has two wins on the year and has 18 top 10 finishes in 22 races.

Biffle has competed in just nine Nationwide races in 2009, but has two victories to his credit. Biffle has finished seventh in his last three races.

Harvick has driven in 14 Nationwide races this season and has one victory on the year. Harvick won the 2003 race at MIS and has seven top five finishes in 2009.

The Carfax 250 will take place Saturday, Aug. 15 from Michigan International Speedway at 3 p.m. ET. For complete odds and track information on this year’s event, see below.

Odds to win the Carfax 250 – 2009 Carfax 250 Michigan International Speedway – Aug. 15, 2009

Kyle Busch 7/5

Carl Edwards 4/1

Greg Biffle 11/2

Kevin Harvick 13/2

Brian Vickers 10/1

Denny Hamlin 10/1

Jeff Burton 14/1

Ryan Newman 14/1

Brad Keselowski 16/1

David Reutimann 20/1

Reed Sorrenson 25/1

David Ragan 28/1

Brad Coleman 35/1

Field 9/1

2009 Carfax 250 Information

Race Date: Saturday, Aug. 15

Location: Michigan International Speedway, Brooklyn, Mich.

Pre-Race: 3:00 PM ET

Green Flag: Approx. 3:46 p.m.

TV Coverage: ESPN2

Radio Coverage: MRN

Track Type: Oval (125 laps)

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Posted: 8/12/09 4:05PM ET

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