2015 Sylvania 300 Betting Odds – NASCAR

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2015 Sylvania 300 Betting Odds – NASCAR

Carrie Stroup here with your 2015 Sylvania 300 betting odds for NASCAR

New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Loudon, NH

New Hampshire hosts the Sylvania 300 on Sunday and the drivers will be amped up with only two races left until the contender round begins. New Hampshire Motor Speedway features a track that runs 1.058 miles and has variable banking at 2/7 degrees on the turns and one degree banking on the straightaways.

Denny Hamlin won last week’s myAFibRisk.com 400 race and that put him in second in the Chase rankings and he’s now guaranteed a spot in the next round. Hamlin was racing on a torn ACL, which made the feat even more impressive. Joey Logano will be very excited to get back to Loudon, as he won the Sylvania 300 in 2014. A few other drivers that will be looking forward to this race are Jeff Gordon, Ryan Newman and Clint Bowyer. The three of them have all won this event twice and that type of experience will give them plenty of confidence this weekend.

With only nine races left this season, let’s take a look at who could be improving their chances of winning the Chase by coming up with a win on Sunday.

Joey Logano (+700) - Joey Logano was the winner of the Sylvania 300 just a year ago and will be looking to defend that crown on Sunday. Logano isn’t only a good pick this weekend because of that, though. He is entering this race in tremendous form, finishing sixth just a week ago at Chicagoland and racking up six top-10 finishes in a row. He was the winner in two of those six races and will be looking to keep his excellent racing up with another win at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

Denny Hamlin (+1000) - As previously mentioned, Denny Hamlin is coming off of a victory last week and it’s never a bad thing to tail the hot driver. Hamlin is getting some pretty favorable odds at 10-to-1 and he knows what it takes to get the job done, especially at this track. Hamlin was the winner of the Sylvania 300 back in 2012 and should not be slept on heading into this race. His torn ACL did not seem to bother him at all, but that could change at any given time.

Jeff Gordon (+2000) - Jeff Gordon has not won a single race on the year, but he has not been driving poorly. He has still totaled 13 top-10 finishes on the year and has as good a chance as anybody to come away as the winner on Sunday. Gordon won the Sylvania 300 in back-to-back years in 1997 and 1998, and he has been driving well recently also. Gordon finished in just 14th a week ago, but he finished in seventh at the Federated Auto Parts 400 on Sep. 12. He’ll be looking to finally break through with a victory this weekend and he’s a good play at 20-to-1.

Ryan Newman (+6000) - Like Gordon, Ryan Newman has won the Sylvania 300 twice in his career and he is getting absurd 60-to-1 odds this coming weekend. Newman looked great at the myAFibRisk.com 400 just a week ago, finishing in fourth place at the race. He comes into this one after finishing in the top 10 in three of the past five races and is a major bargain at these odds. He is certainly worth placing a unit or two on, as he is due for a victory this season.

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