NASCAR Camping World RV Sales 301 Preview + Sprint Cup Prediction

Camping World RV Sales 301 Gambling Preview

NASCAR’s Sprint Cup series will be in Loudon, NH. this week for the running of this year’s Camping World RV Sales 301. The green flag for Sunday’s race is set to wave at 1 p.m. and it will be broadcast nationally on TNT.

NASCAR Sprint Cup- Camping World RV Sales 301 Preview and Prediction
Race: Camping World RV Sales 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Date: Sunday, July 13, 2014                      
Time: 1 p.m. (ET)                              
Broadcast: TNT
Odds By Bovada

Longshots ruled the day in the rain-delayed Coke Zero 400 at Daytona last Sunday with Aric Almirola taking the checkered flag followed by Brian Vickers and my personal longshot pick, Kurt Busch raced his way to a third-place finish.

The following is a look at my top favorite, contender and longshot to win this Sunday’s race based on odds provided by Bovada.

The Favorite (odd of less than 10/1)

Betting on Jimmie Johnson to win over the past seven Sprint Cup races has been a risk-reward proposition with three victories and four finishes outside the top five.

Last week the No. 48 car made it around the track just 20 times before going out in a wreck.

The Oddsmakers do not seem to be deterred considering that this team has been opened at 5/1 odds to make its way back to Victory Lane this Sunday. Johnson backs these lofty odds up with a stellar performance at New Hampshire over the past several years.

Since 2005 he has placed in the top 10 in 12 of 14 Sprint Cup races here including a victory in this race in 2010.

The Contender (odds from 10/1 to 19/1)

Anytime I can get double-digit odds on Matt Kenseth I am going to jump at the chance. He led the Sprint Cup series in point-race wins last season with seven and his odds to snag his first victory this year on Sunday have been set at 10/1.

The No. 20 car has come painfully close a number of times this season with six previous top-five finishes and it is currently sitting in fifth-place in the Sprint Cup standings with a total of 580 points.

What I really like about Kenseth’s odds this week is the fact that he won the second race at New Hampshire last season after finishing ninth in this race in 2013.

The Longshot (odds 20/1 or greater)

Last week’s race gives renewed hope to anyone who loves to play longshots when it comes to picking Sprint Cup race winners. Keep in mind that Daytona is one of the most dangerous tracks in the series where just finishing the race on the lead lap is considered an accomplishment.

Moving ahead to Sunday’s race, I am going with Brian Vickers at 20/1 on a combination of current form and recent success at this track.

The No. 55 car’s second-place finish at Daytona was the team’s third top-five finish of the year. Vickers has three career victories in the Sprint Cup series and one of them came last season in this race.

Odds from Bovada

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By Dave Schwab

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