Odds to Win Daytona 500 2010

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Don Shapiro
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Odds to win the Daytona 500 2010 appear below and were available at Sportsbetting.com (see website here).

This Daytona 500 has no clear cut favorite to win.

Former winners Jimmie Johnson (31/4 odds) and Tony Stewart (4/1 odds) are getting some attention.  The last three Daytona 500 champions - Matt Kenseth, Ryan Newman and Kevin Harvick - were also at the top of oddsmakers lists.

But since no one has really dominated Speedweeks like in previous years, opinions have varied as to who could end up celebrating in Victory Lane on Sunday, Mark Long of the Associated Press writes.  And this makes the odds to win Daytona 500 2010 even more enticing due to the rather large payout potential

"We've got as good a car as anybody," said pole-sitter Mark Martin, winless in 25 Daytona 500 starts. "Anybody can win this thing. It might as well be us."

Driver Carl Edwards called AJ Allmendinger a dark horse.

"They were unreal the other day in that Gatorade race," Edwards said Friday. "That'd be my pick for the guy to surprise everyone."

Edwards and Kacey Kahne agreed, though, that no one should overlook Johnson. The four-time defending series champion won a qualifying race despite being in a backup car and driving the final few laps on older tires than just about everyone else.

"Obviously, I want to win and everything," Edwards said. "But Kasey is a guy to really watch for, and Jimmie. For Jimmie to hold everybody off with old tires like that. You watch (Max Papis) and he did what all of us would normally do when you don't have tires and that's go straight backward. But Jimmie was able to win that race, so I would say Kasey and Jimmie would be the guys to watch. (Stewart is) right there, too."

But Kahne had another favorite.

"You never count out Jimmie, so that's one," Kahne said. "Kurt Busch, to me, was the best car out of every car in both races. I thought Kurt was the fastest car, and Stewart is there every week and he's there every Daytona 500. He hasn't won one, so you know he's going to be right in the mix."





AJ Allmendinger 60/1


Brad Keselowski 40/1


Brian Vickers 25/1


Carl Edwards 11/1


Casey Mears 50/1


Clint Bowyer 25/1


Dale Earnhardt Jr 19/4


David Ragan 33/1


David Reutimann 33/1


Denny Hamlin 12/1


Elliott Sadler 65/1


Greg Biffle 25/1


Jamie McMurray 22/1


Jeff Burton 20/1


Jimmie Johnson 31/4


Joey Logano 28/1


Juan Montoya 11/1


Kasey Kahne 12/1


Kevin Harvick 8/1


Kurt Busch 15/1


Kyle Busch 4/1


Marcos Ambrose 45/1


Mark Martin 8/1


Martin Truex Jr 10/1


Matt Kenseth 18/1


Michael Waltrip 50/1


Paul Menard 100/1


Regan Smith 80/1


Ryan Newman 25/1


Sam Hornish Jr 50/1


Scott Speed 80/1


Tony Stewart 4/1


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Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com 

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