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One of the newest races on the NASCAR Sprint Cup circuit is up on the schedule this week, as drivers will head to Kentucky Speedway for the running of the Quaker State 400. The inaugural event was held back in 2011, which was on was Kyle Busch. It was Brad Keselowski who captured the checkered flag a year ago, using this win to boost his run to an eventual Sprint Cup chase season-long championship.
Keselowski would certainly like to recall on that success in 2012 here, as the defending champion has yet to get a victory this season. Last week, it was Martin Truex Jr. who raced his way into victory lane with a win at Sonoma.
When looking at the betting odds to win the 2013 Quaker State 400, both Keselowski and Truex Jr. are in the top-10 favorites, but there are some other drivers in between them.
Among them includes race favorite Kyle Busch. As you remember, Busch won the first event held here back in 2011, so there is a history with success backing these betting lines. Busch is set at 11/2 to get his first win since the middle of April. He has gone more than two months with getting a checkered flag, but oddsmakers think he is the driver to beat this week.
Behind Busch is Kasey Kahne (7/1) and Jimmie Johnson (15/2), who are paying out a very similar number. Kahne last won in March, while Johnson has claimed two of the last six races on the Sprint Cup schedule. As a result, Johnson is at the front of the Sprint Cup points standings through the event at Sonoma. With 573 points, Johnson is 25 points in front of Carl Edwards, and 45 in front of Clint Bowyer. Johnson has three wins on the season, which is the same total as Matt Kenseth. Kenseth would be right at the top had it not been for the sanctions he suffered a few months back.
Kenseth actually comes in next on the betting line at 9/1 before we then get to Keselowski at 10/1. Keselowski is installed alongside Denny Hamlin with an equal payout.
The payouts stay very consistent in their progression down the list with any of the top-15 favorites this week paying out 16/1 or better.
Drivers will navigate their way around Kentucky Speedway for 267 laps totaling 400.5 miles on Saturday night under the lights. Coverage of the 2013 Quaker State 400 can be see live beginning at 7:30pm ET on TNT. LatestBettingOdds.com has the complete betting odds to win the race listed below.
2013 Quaker State 400 Odds – Found at Bovada Sportsbook 6/28/2013