Toyota Owners 400 Odds

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Odds 4/22/16 – Toyota Owners 400

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series moves to the short track of Bristol Motor Speedway on Sunday for the Toyota Owners 400. Here’s a look at the odds for this race.

According to oddsmakers at, Kyle Busch is favored to win this weekend, as he has +425 odds to win. Other short odds to win the race are Kevin Harvick (+600) and Denny Hamlin (+650). The Toyota Owners 400 takes place on Sunday at 1:13PM ET from Richmond International Raceway in Richmond, Virginia.

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Busch is fifth in the point standings, 25 points out of first. He has two wins on the year. Busch is a four-time winner of this race. His average finish at Richmond is 7.4, while his driver rating is a series-best 110.4.

Harvick is once again the Sprint Cup points leader. He has a 1-point lead on the field with one win in 2016. Harvick won this race back in 2013 and he has three wins in his career at Richmond. His average finish there is 10.8 and his driver rating is 110.1.

Hamlin is ninth in the point standings right now, 65 points out of first. He has one win in 2016. Hamlin has two wins to his credit at Richmond with an average finish of 10.8 and a driver rating of 108.8.

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