The following is a list of the odds for NASCAR drivers to win the 2014 Sylvania 300, which is taking place on Sunday, September 21, 2014, at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, New Hampshire. Race time is 2 pm and the race is on TV on ESPN.
As you can see below, the heavy favorite to win the 2014 Sylvania 300 is Brad Keselwoski. That’s because Brad Keselowski has won the last two NASCAR Sprint Cup races, including last week when he captured the first of 10 Chase for the Sprint Cup playoff races.
In addition to listing the drivers odds, I’m also listing how many times each driver has won this race and won at New Hampshire over the track.
Personally, I will not be betting Brad Keselowski this week at such low odds. Too many things can happen in a NASCAR race for me to almost ever take the low odds offered this week on Keselowksi. He might win again this week but it won’t be with my money on him.
NASCAR odds for 2014 Sylvania 300, Brad Keselowski heavily favored
1. Brad Keselowski – 4 to 1
At 4 to 1 odds, Brad Keselowski is the heavy favorite to win the Sylvania 300 this week. Brad Keselowski recorded his first win at New Hampshire back in July this year, and Keselwoski has also won at Chicago, Richmond, Kentucky, and Las Vegas in 2014.
T-2. Kevin Harvick – 6 to 1
Kevin Harvick won the Sylvania 300 in 2006 for his only win over the track. Harvick has wins at Phoenix and Darlington this season.
T-2. Jeff Gordon – 6 to 1
Jeff Gordon has won this race twice and has three wins over the track but his last win in New Hampshire was in 1998. Jeff Gordon has wins at Michigan, Indianapolis and Kansas City in 2014.
4. Kyle Busch – 7 to 1
Kyle Busch has yet to win this race, but he does have a win at the track (2006), and he has one win in 2014 at California.
5. Jimmie Johnson – 8 to 1
Jimmie Johnson won this race in 2003, has three wins over the track, and wins in 2014 at Michigan, Dover, and Charlotte. Jimmie Johnson has not won since June. Is he due?
6. Joey Logano – 9 to 1
Joey Logano has never won this race but has a win over track (2009). Logano has wins at Bristol, Richmond, and Texas in 2014.
T-7. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. – 12 to 1
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. has yet to win a race at New Hampshire. Earnhardt, Jr. swept both races at Pocono and also won the Daytona 500 in 2014.
T-7. Denny Hamlin – 12 to 1
Denny Hamlin won this race in 2012, has two wins over the track and he won at Talladega this year.
T-7. Matt Kenseth – 12 to 1
Matt Kenseth recorded his first win at the Magic Mile last year in this race, but Kenseth is winless in 2014.
10. Kasey Kahne – 20 to 1
Win-less in race, has one win at track, and one win this season (Atlanta).
T-11. Kurt Busch, Clint Bowyer, Kyle Larson – 25 to 1 each
Kurt Busch won race in 2004, has three wins over track and won at big odds this season at Martinsville. Bowyer has two wins in race and over track and won NASCAR Sprint Showdown this year. Larson is win-less at track and on season.
14. Tony Stewart – 30 to 1
Tony Stewart won this race in 2011, has three wins over track, no wins in 2014. Who knows how his psyche is this week as Grand Jury meets?
T-15. Carl Edwards, Jamie McMurray, Ryan Newman – 40 to 1
Edwards has no wins track but wins at Bristol and Sonoma in 2014. McMurray no wins track but won NASCAR All-Star Race this year. Ryan Newman is win-less in 2014, but has won this race twice (2002, 2005) and has three wins over track.
18. Greg Biffle – 45 to 1
Won race in 2008 for only win over track, win-less in 2014.
19. Brian Vickers – 50 to 1
No wins race, won over track in 2013, no wins in 2014.
20. Austin Dillon – 75 to 1
Win-less race, track, year.
21. Martin Truex – 80 to 1
Win-less race, track, year.
T-22. Ricky Stenhouse, Paul Menard – 100 to 1
Pair is win-less race, track, year.
24. Danica Patrick – 300 to 1
Ditto for Danica, but at least she is really hot.
- Field of All Other Drivers – 100 to 1