FedEx 400 At Dover Interantional Speedway Preview And Prop Bets

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The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to Dover on Sunday afternoon for the FedEx 400.

Hendrick Motorsports has been dominant as of late and teammates Jimmie Johnson and and Kasey Kahne have won three of the last four Cup races with Johnson taking two of those wins.

Johnson will start second in Sunday’s race after his top qualifying time was overcome by the last driver to qualify, Mark Martin.

Bovada Sportsbook has fielded their Odds To Win The FedEx 400 and Johnson, points leader Greg Biffle, Kyle Busch and Matt Kenseth all enter Sunday’s race as betting odds favorites.

In addition to the overall race betting odds, Bovada has fielded some fantastic FedEx 400 Prop bets to wager on as well.  Offered are a wide variety of opportunities to bet on the race in different facets.

One wagering opportunity that is available is based on the winning car number.  A few bets are offered in this category and include wagering on the winning car number with an OVER or UNDER moneyline set on 19 1/2.  The other is will the winning car number be ODD or EVEN.  Finally, a bet can be placed on the manufacture of the winning car as well as the team of the winning car.

Another way to wager on the FedEx 400 is the finishing spot of some of the top drivers in NASCAR.  A finishing position is set for each one and a bet can be placed on whether that driver will finish OVER or UNDER with a moneyline set on each.

The final set of wagering opportunities Bovada has fielded is based on Group Pairings.  Six groups are set with five drivers in each and a bet is placed on which driver will finish highest.

Visit Bovada’s FedEx 400 Prop Bets  for a complete listing of bets and moneylines available to wager on.

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