Sharpie 500 Odds

For the second week in a row oddsmakers have made Carl Edwards the favorite to win this weekends NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race.

Oddsmakers from online sports books Bodog and SBG Global have made Edwards a 4.5/1 favorite to win the 2008 Sharpie 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Edwards short odds are well deserved as he is the defending champion of this race. In 8 career starts at Bristol Edwards has an average finish of 15.4 with 1 win, 2 top 5’s and 3 top 10’s.

Bet on The 2008 Sharpie 500

Edwards swept last weekends NASCAR Nationwide and Sprint Cup Series races at Michigan International Speedway.

Behind Edwards is NASCAR Sprint Cup Series points leader Kyle Busch. Busch is a 5/1 odds to win favorite to win the Sharpie 500. Busch won the Craftsman Truck Series race on Wednesday at Bristol – his 17th NASCAR win of 2008 - and has a previous Sprint Cup Series win at Bristol in 2007. In 7 career starts at Bristol Kyle Busch has an average finish if 14.0 with 1 win, 2 top 5’s and 4 top 10’s.

Rounding out the top 5 Sharpie 500 odds to win favorites are Denny Hamlin, Tony Stewart and Dale Earnhardt Jr., all currently listed at 8/1 odds to win the 2008 Sharpie 500.

Earnhardt Jr. and Stewart both have previous Sprint Cup Series wins at Bristol. In 5 career Sprint Cup Series starts at Bristol Hamlin has an average finish of 16.6 and has only been able to manage 2 top 10’s.

Odds to Win 2008 Sharpie 500 - Sharpie 500 Odds

Carl Edwards +450

Kyle Busch +500

Denny Hamlin +800

Tony Stewart +800

Dale Earnhardt Jr. +800

Kevin Harvick +1000

Kasey Kahne +1000

Matt Kenseth +1000

David Gilliland +1000

Dave Blaney +1000

Jeff Gordon +1200

Greg Biffle +1500

Kurt Busch +1500

Jeff Burton +1800

Jimmie Johnson +2000

Clint Bowyer +3000

Ryan Newman +4000

Martin Truex Jr. +4000

Brian Vickers +5000

Elliott Sadler +6000

David Ragan +7500

Sam Hornish Jr. +10000

Travis Kvapil +10000

Mark Martin +10000

Paul Menard +10000

Reed Sorenson +10000

Michael Waltrip +10000

Juan Pablo Montoya +10000

Joe Nemechek +10000

Jamie McMurray +10000

Casey Mears +10000

David Reutimann +10000

A.J. Allmendinger +10000

Bobby Labonte +10000

Scott Riggs +20000

Tony Raines +20000

Brad Coleman +20000

Terry Labonte +20000

Regan Smith +20000

Johnny Sauter +20000

Mike Skinner +20000

Patrick Carpentier +20000

Marcos Ambrose +20000

Robby Gordon +20000

Bet on The 2008 Sharpie 500

Bet on the 2008 Sharpie 500

2008 NASCAR Sprint Cup Sharpie 500 Race Information

Race Date: Saturday August 23, 2008

Location: Bristol Motor Speedway – Bristol, Tennessee

Pre-Race: 7:00pm Eastern

Green Flag: Approx. 8:18pm Eastern

TV Coverage: ESPN & ESPN HD

Radio Coverage: Motor Racing Network (MRN)

Race Distance: 250 Miles/500 Laps

Track Type: 0.553 Mile Oval – 36 Degree Banking

Defending Race Winner: Carl Edwards

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