Betting Odds To Win Nationwide Series F.W Webb 200

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The NASCAR Nationwide Series goes to New Hampshire Motor Speedway this week for the running of the F.W Webb 200. Up until 2009, you could always count on a different winner at the the race, with their never being a repeat winner.

But the last three years at this track has belonged to just one driver.

That would be Kyle Busch, who has won the F.W Webb 200 every year since 2009, and will be looking for a fourth-straight victory in New Hampshire on Saturday.

It then should come as no surprise that Busch is set atop the betting odds to win the 2012 F.W Webb available at Bovada Sportsbook. Busch is set at 5/2 on the betting line to win for the fourth time in a row, nearly twice the favorite as any other driver in the field.

Kevin Harvick comes in as the second overall favorite this week, going off at 4/1 to get the win. Harvick has had success at this race before, taking the checkered flag back in 2007. And anytime a driver has a history over winning at a particular track, it will breed confidence.

But behind Busch and Harvick, these odds do jump up rather significantly.

Brad Keselowski , Ricky Stenhouse, and then the Field round out the top-five favorites to win the F.W Webb 200.

So it’s pretty clear that the odds are very top heavy this week, as it is rare that a wager on the Field creeps into the top-five on the betting line. It does speak to the nature of the outcome of this race the last several seasons, with the smart money appearing to be on Busch and Harvick, as they occupy four of the last five wins here at New Hampshire, with the exception of 2008.

Coverage of the 2012 F.W Webb 200 gets going at 3:30pm ET on Saturday July 14, with coverage on ESPN.

Below, we have the full field betting odds to win the race as seen on Bovada, so be sure to check them out and see how the rest of the odds stack up.

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