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2015 Daytona 500 Betting Odds

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Feb/21/2015
2015 Daytona 500 Betting Odds

BetDSI.com has your 2015 Daytona 500 betting odds.

There are 14 drivers this year listed with odds of 20-1 or less.

One of the drivers who is a contender is Matt Kenseth who won the Sprint Unlimited for JGR. Owner Joe Gibbs has only had one winner in the Daytona 500 and that was way back in 1993.

“We’ve been here 24 years. We’ve won once,” Gibbs said, “We’ve had real good cars at different times, led laps and everything. I can’t tell you how hard that 500 is. It’s been gut-wrenching. I can’t tell you how many times we’ve been disappointed walking away from here.”

We have all of the 2015 Daytona 500 betting odds below the video preview.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. 8.5-1

 

Joey Logano 10-1

 

Kevin Harvick 10-1

 

Brad Keselowski 11-1

 

Jeff Gordon 12-1

 

Kyle Busch 12-1

 

Jimmie Johnson 12-1

 

Matt Kenseth 12-1

 

Carl Edwards 14-1

 

Denny Hamlin 13-1

 

Tony Stewart 16-1

 

Kurt Busch 19-1

 

Jamie McMurray 20-1

 

Matt Kenseth

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