Goody's Fast Relief 500 Odds

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Odds – Goody’s Fast Relief 500 10/27/16

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series begins its final stage of the Playoffs this Sunday when drivers head to Martinsville to compete in the Goody’s Fast Relief 500.

According to oddsmakers at, Kyle Busch is favored to win the race, as he has 4/1 odds. Other short odds to win are Jimmie Johnson (5/1), Denny Hamlin (6/1) and Kevin Harvick (6/1). The Goody’s Fast Relief 500 takes place on Sunday at 1:13PM ET from Martinsville Speedway in Ridgeway, VA.

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Busch has four wins this year, which is tied for most of any driver. Busch has one win in his career at Martinsville, but he has an average finish of 14.5 at the track and a driver rating of 98.8.

Johnson has three wins in 2016. Johnson has been very strong at Martinsville, racking up 8 wins in his career. His average finish there is 7.5, while his driver rating is 117.8.

Hamlin also has three wins this year. Hamlin is a five-time winner at this track with an average finish of 9.5 and a driver rating of 108.1 there.

Harvick is one of four drivers with four wins in 2016. He comes to Martinsville with one win in his career. His average finish here is just 15.9, while his driver rating is 95.4.

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