Odds To Win 2012 Coke Zero 400

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We’re off to Daytona International Speedway once again on the 2012 Sprint Cup Series, as NASCAR goes to Florida for the running of the 2012 Coke Zero 400.

Brad Keselowski comes off the most recent victory on the series, winning last weekend in Kentucky.

But when it comes to the odds to win the Coke Zero 400, Keselowski it not at the top of the list of favorites.

That title actually goes to Dale Earnhardt Jr. Earnhardt got his first win in four years earlier this season, and oddsmakers think that he can build off of that with yet another victory, this time at Daytona.

Earnhardt is going off at 9/1 on Coke Zero Betting Lines this week, ahead of Matt Kenseth and Tony Stewart.

Kenseth, who you may remember, has some recent success at Daytona international Speedway, capturing the 2012 Daytona 500 earlier this season in February. So you can bet he has some good feelings coming back to the place where he got the biggest victory of his career.

Rounding out the top-five favorites this week are Jimmie Johnson and Kyle Busch,both set at 12/1. But in fact, there are a couple of others tied at this spot in the odds, including names like Jeff Gordon and Kevin Harvick.

So as you can see, the odds are stacked pretty tight up towards the top of the list of favorites to win.

Daytona International Speedway is one of the biggest stages in the sport, and with many of the top drivers having won here, this is certainly anyone’s race.

Below, we have the full betting odds to win, so be sure to check them out in case we didn’t mention your favorite driver. Find out how they match up to win this week.

The Coke Zero 400 will be under the lights at Daytona, with coverage on TNT getting underway at 7:30 pm ET.

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