LifeLock 400 Odds

The 2009 LifeLock 400 runs this Sunday, June 14 from Michigan International Speedway and oddsmakers have made Carl Edwards the early favorite.

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Oddsmakers from online sports book SPORTSBETTING.COM have made Edwards a 5/1 favorite to win this year’s running of the LifeLock 400. Other drivers with short odds to win this week are Greg Biffle at 13/2, Kyle Busch and Jimmie Johnson at 7/1, and Tony Stewart at 8/1.

Edwards enters this race ranked No. 6 in NASCAR’s Spring Cup Series Standings with 1,762 points. In 14 starts this season, he has three top 5 finishes and seven top 10s, but is still looking for that elusive first victory. Maybe it’ll come this week at Michigan International Speedway, a track he won on in 2007 (Citizens Bank 400).

Biffle is currently ranks seventh in the standings with 1,753 points and has also failed to capture his first victory of the season. In 14 starts, he has four top 5 finishes and seven top 10s. Like Edwards, Biffle has had some success on this track in previous years, winning here June 19, 2005 (Batman Begins 400).

Stewart currently leads all drivers in the Sprint Cup Series Standings with 2,043 points. In 14 starts this season, he has one win, seven top 5 finishes and 10 top 10s. At 8/1 odds to win, he presents a ton of value.

Even though he won this event last year, Dale Earnhardt Jr. finds himself as a 30/1 long shot to win the LifeLock 400. Earnhardt Jr. has struggled so far this season, ranking 20 in the standings with 1,434 points, one top 5 finish and three top 10s.

Kasey Kahne is a driver to keep an eye on this weekend at 12/1 odds to win. He won at Michigan International Speedway two years ago (3M Performance 400) and in 14 starts this season, has one top five finish and four top 10s.

The LifeLock 400 will take place this Sunday, June 14 at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Michigan. For complete odds on Sunday’s race, as well as information about the track, see below.

Odds to win The LifeLock 400 – 2009 LifeLock 400 Odds – Michigan International Speedway, Brooklyn, Michigan – Sunday, 14

A.J. Allmendinger 175/1

Bill Elliott 250/1

Bobby Labonte 200/1

Brian Vickers 20/1

Carl Edwards 5/1

Casey Mears 100/1

Clint Bowyer 50/1

Dale Earnhardt Jr. 30/1

Dave Blaney 250/1

David Gilliland 250/1

David Ragan 60/1

David Reutimann 75/1

David Stremme 200/1

Denny Hamlin 17/1

Elliott Sadler 100/1

Greg Biffle 13/2

Jamie McMurray 50/1

Jeff Burton 50/1

Jeff Gordon 9/1

Jimmie Johnson 7/1

Joey Logano 125/1

Joe Nemechek 200/1

John Andretti 200/1

Juan Pablo Montoya 100/1

Kasey Kahne 12/1

Kevin Harvick 60/1

Kurt Busch 12/1

Kyle Busch 7/1

Marcos Ambrose 180/1

Mark Martin 15/1

Martin Truex Jr. 60/1

Matt Kenseth 9/1

Max Papis 250/1

Michael Waltrip 180/1

Mike Skinner 250/1

Paul Menard 180/1

Reed Sorenson 180/1

Robby Gordon 180/1

Ryan Newman 15/1

Sam Hornish Jr. 180/1

Scott Speed 200/1

Sterling Marlin 200/1

Tony Raines 200/1

Tony Stewart 8/1

2009 NASCAR LifeLock 400 Race Information

Race Date: Sunday June 14, 2009

Location: Michigan International Speedway – Brooklyn, Michigan

Pre-Race: 1:30PM ET

Green Flag: Approx. 2:00PM ET

TV Coverage: TNT & TNT HD

Radio Coverage: MRN (Motor Racing Network)

Track Type: D-Shaped Oval

Capacity: 137,243

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Posted: 6/10/09 1:45PM ET

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