Harvick vs. Stewart Odds

2011 nascar sprint cup stp 400 matchup odds kevin harvick tony stewart

KANSAS CITY, KS (TheSpread) – Kevin Harvick has more wins than any drive this year, but can he finish ahead of Tony Stewart in the 2011 STP 400 on Sunday?

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According to oddsmakers at online sports book Bodog Harvick is favored in this matchup with odds of -130 to beat Stewart while Stewart has odds of +100 to beat Harvick.

Harvick will start ahead of Stewart in the race as he qualified 10th while Stewart will start 13th. Harvick is currently second in the point standings with three wins and five top 5’s while Stewart is ninth in the point standings with just one top 5. Stewart is winless on the year.

At Kansas Speedway, Stewart appears to have the edge as he has two wins and five top 5’s in 10 career races at this track. His average finish there is 12.3 while his driver rating is 103.3. For Harvick, he is winless at Kansas with one top 5. His average finish at this track is 14.6 while his driver rating is 87.1.

2011 STP 400 Matchup Odds – Tony Stewart vs. Kevin Harvick – June 5, 2011

Tony Stewart +100

Kevin Harvick -130

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