Emory Healthcare Odds


Two races remain before the Chase for the Championship in the 2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series with this week’s race being the Emory Healthcare 500.

Bet the Emory Healthcare 500

Jimmie Johnson is considered the favorite to win the event and has been given 6/1 odds to win according to oddsmakers at the online sports book Sportsbook.com. Other short odds to win are Kurt Busch (8/1), Kevin Harvick (8/1), Kyle Busch (10/1), and Kasey Kahne (10/1).

Johnson is currently ninth in the standings, 444 points behind Harvick. Johnson has five wins on the year and in his career, he has won this event twice, in 2007 and 2004. Johnson has won three times at Atlanta and has an average finish of 10.8 and his driver rating is 109.5, which ranks best in the series.

Kurt Busch is 10th in the standings, 448 points out of first. Busch has two wins on the year and he won this event in 2002. Busch has won in Atlanta three times and has an average finish of 18.7 while his driver rating is 97.0.

Harvick leads the Sprint Cup series standings by 279 points over Jeff Gordon. Harvick has three wins on the year and he has one win at Atlanta. His average finish is 19.8 and his driver rating is 81.1.

Kyle Busch is third in the standings, 351 points behind Harvick. He has three wins on the year and he has one win in Atlanta. His average finish is 18.3 and his driver rating on this track is 88.7.

Kahne is 16th in the standings, 737 points outside of first. He is winless on the year, but he has two wins at Atlanta. His average finish is 16.0 and his driver rating is 93.3.

The Emory Healthcare 500 will take place Sunday, Sept. 5 from Atlanta Motor Speedway at 7:46PM ET. For complete odds and track information on this year’s event, see below.

Odds to win the Emory Healthcare 500 – 2010 Emory Healthcare 500 – Atlanta Motor Speedway – Sept. 5, 2010

Jimmie Johnson 6/1

Kurt Busch 8/1

Kevin Harvick 8/1

Kyle Busch 10/1

Kasey Kahne 10/1

Juan Pablo Montoya 12/1

Denny Hamlin 12/1

Carl Edwards 12/1

Greg Biffle 12/1

Tony Stewart 12/1

Jeff Gordon 12/1

Jeff Burton 18/1

Matt Kenseth 18/1

Jamie McMurray 20/1

Clint Bowyer 20/1

Mark Martin 30/1

David Reutimann 30/1

Martin Truex Jr 30/1

Joey Logano 35/1

Ryan Newman 40/1

Dale Earnhardt Jr 50/1

AJ Allmendinger 75/1

Sam Hornish Jr 100/1

Travis Kvapil 100/1

Bobby Labonte 100/1

Scott Speed 100/1

Paul Menard 100/1

Regan Smith 100/1

Brad Keselowski 100/1

Marcos Ambrose 100/1

David Ragan 100/1

Reed Sorenson 100/1

Elliott Sadler 100/1

Field (Any Other Driver) 50/1

2010 Emory Healthcare 500 Information

Race Date: Sunday, Sept. 5

Location: Atlanta Motor Speedway, Hampton, Geo.

Pre-Race: 6:30PM ET

Green Flag: Approx. 7:46PM ET

TV Coverage: ESPN

Radio Coverage: PRN

Track Type: Oval (325 laps)

Bet the Emory Healthcare 500

Posted: 9/1/10 9:35AM ET

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