Duck Commander 500 Odds

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Odds 4/7/16 – Duck Commander 500

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to Texas Motor Speedway on Saturday night for the Duck Commander 500. Here’s a look at the early favorites to win.

According to oddsmakers at, Jimmie Johnson is the favorite in this race, as he has 4/1 odds. Other short odds to win are Kevin Harvick (5/1), Kyle Busch (7/1) and Brad Keselowski (8/1). The Duck Commander 500 takes place on Saturday night at 7:46PM ET from Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas.

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Johnson is the defending champion of this race. He is a six-time winner at this track with an average finish of 8.4 and a series-best driver rating of 108.0.

Harvick has never won this race or on this track. He has six top-5 finishes with an average finish of 12.3 at the track. His driver rating there is 88.8.

Busch won this race in 2013. It is his only win at Texas. He has an average finish of 12.4 at the track and a driver rating of 101.9, which ranks third in the field.

Keselowski has never won this race. He has four top-5 finishes at the track with an average finish there of 16.3 His driver rating there is 86.9.

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