Dodge Challenger Odds

2007 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion Jimmie Johnson is the favorite to win the Dodge Challenger 500 this weekend at Darlington Raceway according to Oddsmakers at online sports book Bodog.

Johnson has two wins at Darlington in his career and has the only win so far in 2008 for his team, Hendrick Motorsports.
Bodog Oddsmakers have listed Johnson at 6/1 odds to win the 2008 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Dodge Challenger 500.

In 8 career starts at Darlington Johnson has finished in the top 10 every time and has an average finish of 6.8 which includes five top 5 finishes.

Rounding out the top three are Carl Edwards at 6.5/1 who only has four starts at this track to Johnson’s eight with an average finish of 15 and Denny Hamlin who is also at 6.5/1.

Neither Edwards nor Hamlin has ever won at Darlington. Hamlin’s average finish is 6.0 in only two Sprint Cup Series starts.

Prior to Dodge Challenger 500 Pole Qualifying, odds to win were available on 45 different drivers at Bodog although only 43 cars will start Saturday’s race.

Long shots currently listed at 20/1 include: Bill Elliott, Michael McDowell, John Andretti, Kyle Petty, David Gilliland and Joe Nemechek. Kyle Petty has the best average finish out of these drivers at 22.3. Michael McDowell has never been to this track before. A winning wager on any of these drivers would pay $2000 for every $100 bet.

Last years 2007 Dodge Avenger 500 winner Jeff Gordon is currently listed at +700 odds to win.

This year’s Dodge Challenger 500 will be held at 7pm on Saturday May 10, 2008. Television coverage will be provided by FOX and FOX HD.

2008 NASCAR Sprint Cup Dodge Challenger 500 Odds to win – Darlington Raceway Darlington, South Carolina
Updated odds will be available after qualifying by clicking here: NASCAR Odds

Jimmie Johnson +600
Carl Edwards +600
Denny Hamlin +650
Kyle Busch +700
Jeff Gordon +700
Dale Earnhardt Jr. +750
Tony Stewart +1000
Greg Biffle +1400
Clint Bowyer +1600
Matt Kenseth +1600
Jeff Burton +2000
Kevin Harvick +2000
Mark Martin +2000
Martin Truex Jr. +2500
Ryan Newman +2800
Kasey Kahne +3000
Kurt Busch +3000
Casey Mears +5000
David Ragan +5000
Juan Pablo Montoya +6500
Jamie McMurray +7500
Reed Sorenson +10000
David Reutimann +10000
Brian Vickers +10000
Scott Riggs +10000
Michael Waltrip +10000
Elliott Sadler +10000
Bobby Labonte +10000
Travis Kvapil +12500
Paul Menard +12500
Robby Gordon +12500
Regan Smith +15000
Patrick Carpentier +15000
Sterling Marlin +15000
Ken Schrader +15000
J.J. Yeley +15000
Dave Blaney +15000
Sam Hornish Jr. +15000
A.J. Allmendinger +15000
Bill Elliott +20000
Michael McDowell +20000
John Andretti +20000
Kyle Petty +20000
David Gilliland +20000
Joe Nemechek +20000

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