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Daytona 500 Betting Odds 2012 Changing With 7 PM Start Time

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Feb/27/2012
Daytona 500 Betting Odds 2012 Changing With 7 PM Start Time

Daytona 500 betting odds continued to alternate as the wagering window increased further due to a pushback start time of 7 pm Monday night.  Find the latest NASCAR Daytona 500 betting odds here at WagerWeb.com.  


Among the fluctuations in odds, Tony Stewart was now at 7/1 while Kevin Harvick moved to +875.  Kyle Busch was still sitting at +850 for a potential payout of $85 on every $10 bet.

This is the first time the Daytona 500 will be shown in primetime and it could prove an interesting experiment following Sunday’s rainout and the poor early Monday forecast.

The race is scheduled to air on Fox and could end up being one of the highest rated NASCAR events if the weather holds up according to planned.

All Daytona 500 updated betting odds can be found at WagerWeb.com here.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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