GEICO 500 Odds

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Odds 4/29/16 – GEICO 500

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to the extremely fast track of Talladega Superspeedway. Here’s a look at the odds to win this race.

According to oddsmakers at, Dale Earnhardt Jr. is the favorite to win this race, as he has +475 odds. Other short odds to win are Jimmie Johnson (9/1) and Kyle Busch (10/1). The GEICO 500 takes place on Sunday at 1:19PM ET from Talladega Superspeedway in Talladega, Alabama.

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Dale Jr. is a three-time winner of this race and the defending champion. Earnhardt has yet to win this year, but has five top-5 finishes. Earnhardt Jr. has an average finish of 14.7 at Talladega while his driver rating is 93.8.

Johnson has won this race two times, last doing so in 2011. Johnson is a two-time winner this year with five top-5 finishes. Johnson has an average finish of 16.9 at this track while his driver rating is 89.5.

Busch was the 2008 winner of this race. He currently sits fourth in the standings with two victories and seven top-5 finishes. Busch has an average finish of 21.8 at Talladega while his driver rating is just 79.3.

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