2015 Sprint Unlimited Odds


DAYTONA BEACH, FL (TheSpread) – The 2015 NASCAR Season will get started next weekend with its annual exhibition race, the Sprint Unlimited. Here is a looka t the odds to win this race.

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The Sprint Unlimited is an exhibition race held at Daytona International Speedway. It is divided into three segments of 30 laps, 25 laps and then a 20-lap finish. A team is required to take a mandatory pit stop after the second segment. According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch are the favorites to win this race, as each has 10/1 odds. Seven other drivers have been given 12/1 odds to win.

Earnhardt Jr. has won this event twice, last doing so in 2008. Dale Jr. placed eighth in the point standings last year, but had four wins and was among the points leaders all season prior to the Chase.

Harvick is a three-time winner of this event, last claiming the win in 2013. Harvick is coming off his first-ever Sprint Cup Championship in 2014. He tallied five wins last season.

Busch is a one-time winner of this event, claiming the victory in 2012. Busch placed 10th in the final standings of 2014. He had just one win last year.

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