Ford 200 Odds

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will see its 2009 season come to an end on Friday night with the 2009 Ford 200 from Miami-Homestead Speedway.

Nationwide leader Kyle Busch is favored to win Friday’s event.
Bet The 2009 Ford 200

Busch has 9/4 odds to win according to oddsmakers at the online sports book SPORTSBETTING.com. Other short odds to win are Kevin Harvick (3/1), Ron Hornaday (4/1), and Todd Bodine (7/1).
Busch has raced in 14 events this season and has seven wins to his credit. Busch finished second in last week’s Lucas Oil 150 after winning his previous five events.

Harvick has raced in five events this year and won two of them. Harvick has finished in the top five in all five races he has participated in.

Hornaday has already locked up the season championship as he is 215 points ahead of Matt Crafton. Hornaday won this event in 2002 and has six wins this year. Hornaday has finished in the top six in five of his last six races.

Bodine is a two-time winner of this event and sits fourth in the standings. Bodine has two wins this year and has finished in the top five in four of his last five races.
The Ford 200 will take place Friday, Nov. 20 from Homestead-Miami Speedway at 7:30PM ET. For complete odds and track information on this year’s event, see below.
Odds to win the Ford 200 – 2009 Ford 200 – Homestead-Miami Speedway – Nov. 20, 2009
Kyle Busch 9/4    

Kevin Harvick 3/1    

Ron Hornaday 4/1    

Todd Bodine 7/1         

Mike Skinner 8/1    

Matt Crafton 8/1    

Colin Braun 8/1    

Aric Almirola 12/1    

Johnny Sauter 12/1    

Mike Bliss 12/1    

Brian Scott 18/1    

David Starr 25/1    

Rick Crawford 25/1

Field 7/1   
2009 Ford 200 Information
Race Date:
Friday, Nov. 20
Location: Homestead-Miami Speedway, Homestead, Fla.
Pre-Race: 7:30PM ET
Green Flag: Approx. 8:18PM ET
TV Coverage: SPEED
Radio Coverage: MRN
Track Type: Oval (134 laps)
Bet The 2009 Ford 200
Posted: 11/19/09 4:05PM ET

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