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NASCAR Championship Odds – Kevin Harvick favored to win title 1/18/17

As the 2017 NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Season is set to begin later next month, here is the latest odds to win the season championship.

According to oddsmakers at, Kevin Harvick is favored to win the title, as he has 13/2 odds. Other short odds to win are Jimmie Johnson (7/1), Joey Logano (17/2), Kyle Busch (17/2) and Martin Truex Jr. (17/2).

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Harvick was the 2014 NASCAR champion and he has done very well since the playoff format took over. He finished third in 2013 and was second in 2015. Last year he finished in eighth place.

Johnson claimed his seventh NASCAR title this past year after struggling in the playoffs the previous two years. He has won at least four races in the last five seasons.

Logano has never won the NASCAR title, but finishes second last year. He has reached the playoffs each year, taking fourth in 2014 and sixth in 2015.

Busch won the NASCAR title back in 2015, which was his first championship. He finished third in last year’s title defense.

Truex has never won a NASCAR title, but has made the playoffs the last two seasons. He finished 11th last year and fourth in 2015. He had four wins a year ago, a career-best for him.

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