Sprint Cup Championship Odds
LAS VEGAS, NV (TheSpread) – The 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Season is down to one race and four drivers contending for their first Sprint Cup Championship. Here is a look at the odds to win the series title.
This year’s championship is now down to four drivers contending for it all. The driver that has the best finish at Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400 from Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Harvick is a four-time winner this year in the NASCAR season, including a victory last week to get into this final race. His average finish on the year is 13.3. Harvick has never won this event.
Logano is a five-time winner in 2014, most of any of the four remaining drivers. His average finish this year has been 11.2. Logano has never won this event.
Hamlin is a one-time winner this year in the Sprint Cup Series and his average finish is 14.5. Hamlin is actually the defending champion of this race and he also won in 2009.
Newman has yet to win a race this season, but made his way to this point with consistency. His average finish on the year is 13.0. Newman has not won this race.
The 2014 Chase for the Championship concludes this Sunday with the Ford EcoBoost 400. For a look at the odds to win the Sprint Cup Championship, see below.
2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship Odds
Kevin Harvick 3/2
Joey Logano 5/2
Denny Hamlin 7/2
Ryan Newman 15/4