NASCAR Sprint Cup Odds

NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship Odds 11/15/16

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Season is down to four drivers looking to win it all on the final race of the season. Here is the latest odds to win the Sprint Cup Championship.

According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, Jimmie Johnson is listed as the slight favorite with +200 odds. Other short odds to prevail are Kyle Busch (+260), Carl Edwards (+300) and Joey Logano (+300). These 4 remaining drivers will contend for the title in a winner-take-all-race on Nov. 20 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

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Johnson is a four-time winner this year. He is also a six-time Sprint Cup Series champion, last winning in 2013. He has yet to win at Homestead to end the year, but hasn’t been in a situation where everything was at stake.

Busch has four wins on the year and also is the defending series champion. He won the title last year by claiming the victory in this race.

Edwards is a three-time winner in 2016. He has yet to win the Sprint Cup title in his career, finishing second in 2011. He won this race in 2008 and 2010.

Logano also has three wins this year. He has never won the Sprint Cup title in his career, with his best finish being fourth in 2014. Logano hasn’t won this race either, with his best finishing being fourth last year.

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