FedEx 400 Odds


DOVER, DE (TheSpread) – The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads east this week for the FedEx 400 from Dover International Speedway. Here is a look at the odds to win this race.

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According to the latest oddsmakers, Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick are co-favorites to win this week, as each has 7/2 odds, while Brad Keselowski has been given 6/1 odds. The FedEx 400 takes place on Sunday, May 31 at 1:15PM ET from Dover International Speedway.

Harvick is the current points leader by 41 on the field. He has two wins and eight top 5s on the year. Harvick has never won at this track and his average finish there is 15.2, while his driver rating at the track is 86.5.

Johnson sits fifth in the standings right now, 80 points behind Johnson. He has three wins and seven top 5s this season. Johnson is a nine-time winner at Dover, with an average finish of 8.2 and a driver rating at the track of 122.3.

Keselowski is sixth in the standings, 92 points out of first place. He has one win and three top 5s this year. Keselowski is a one-time winner at this track with an average finish of 13.2. His driver rating at Dover is 92.1.

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