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2014 Sprint Cup Odds

The 2014 Sprint Cup Series officially gets underway on Sunday, February 23rd with the 56th running of the Daytona 500. The race calendar will conclude on November 16th at the Homestead-Miami Speedway, which will serve as host for the Ford EcoBoost 400., in preparation for the upcoming NASCAR season, has released its 2014 Sprint Cup Odds. Despite discussions of a Chase for the Cup overhaul, including plans to expand the playoff field from 12 to 16 drivers and add elimination races, the favorites to win the championship are all familiar names.

At the top of the list is six-time Sprint Cup winner Jimmie Johnson. Johnson, who defeated Matt Kenseth by 19 points to win last year's Chase, is drawing +200 odds ($100 wins $200) to grab his seventh championship. Kyle Busch, who placed fourth in last season's final Chase standings, is the second choice of the offshore bookmaker at +600 odds.

Rounding out the top five favorites are the previously mentioned Kenseth, Denny Hamlin, and 2012 champion Brad Keselowski. Kenseth is lined at +700 odds while Hamlin and Keselowski are getting +800 and +1000 odds, respectively.

Of the listed drivers, Danica Patrick is considered the least likely 2014 Sprint Cup Champion with a +100000 line ($100 wins $100000).

2014 Sprint Cup Odds:

Jimmie Johnson +200
Kyle Busch +600
Matt Kenseth +700
Denny Hamlin +800
Brad Keselowski +1000
Jeff Gordon +1500
Dale Earnhardt Jr. +1500
Tony Stewart +1500
Kevin Harvick +1800
Kurt Busch +1800
Joey Logano +2000
Carl Edwards +2000
Clint Bowyer +2500
Greg Biffle +3000
Ryan Newman +4000
Martin Truex Jr. +6000
Brian Vickers +7500
Austin Dillon +10000
Jamie McMurray +10000
Ricky Stenhouse +10000
Kyle Larson +20000
Paul Menard +20000
Marcos Ambrose +50000
Danica Patrick +100000
Field (Any Other Driver) +7500

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