NASCAR Top Picks To Win The Quicken Loans 400

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NASCAR Top Picks To Win The Quicken Loans 400

NASCAR heads to the other Brooklyn with the Quicken Loans 400 running this weekend at the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Michigan. The NASCAR betting odds on favorite to win this race is Kevin Harvick at 7/2 followed by last year’s Quicken Loans 400 winner Jimmie Johnson at 5/1, Kurt Busch at 8/1 and Dale Earnhardt Jr. at 9/1. Coming off his first victory in nearly 2 years, Martin Truex Jr. is at 10/1, just behind Daytona 500 winner Joey Logano who is also listed at 9/1.

This could be the race for Harvick who is the Sprint Series points leader on the strength of two wins, ten top-5 finishes and thirteen top-10 finishes even though he hasn’t won in ten races. Since taking the checkered flag at the CampingWorld.com 500 nearly 3 months ago, Harvick has been the runner-up 6 times, including 3 of the last 4 races.

A Closer Look At My NASCAR Top Picks To Win The Quicken Loans 400

Event: NASCAR Quicken Loans 400
Date: June. 14, 2015
Start Time: 1:00 PM ET
Location: Brooklyn, Michigan
Stadium: Michigan International Speedway
TV Info: Fox Sports 1
Stream: Fox Sports Go
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Joey Logano, +1200

Kevin Harvick is at 7/2, Jimmie Johnson is at 6/1 and Kurt Busch is at 8 to 1, making Logano an overlay at 12 to 1. Joey Logano has been spectacular this season. His eleventh place finish at the Axalta ‘We Paint Winners’ 400 over the weekend broke a 3 race streak of finishing in the Top 10. The week before, Logano had finished fifth in the FedEx 400 Benefitting Autism Speaks. Two weeks ago, Logano finished second in the Coca-Cola 600. Three weeks ago, Logano won the SpongeBob SquarePants 400.

At Michigan International Speedway, Logano has driven well. He has a win, he’s won a pole, and he has 2 total Top 5 finishes. Joey Logano could be very tough to beat in the Quicken Loans 400. The double-digit odds might look a gift in the final 10 laps.

Brad Keselowski, +1200

Although Keselowski has never won a race at Michigan International Speedway, he has recorded 3 total Top 5 finishes. Keselowski, at the same odds as Logano, doesn’t represent as big of an overlay, but he’s got a big shot to take home his second victory of the Sprint Cup Season.

Out of 14 Sprint Cup Races so far this season, Keselowski has finished out of the Top 20 only 3 times. He’s recorded a total of 8 Top 10 finishes from those 14 races while he’s sneaked into the Top 5 in 3 out of 14 including winning the Auto Club 400. Team Keselowski has put forth a competitive car and driver in almost every race this year. Take the 12 to 1 on Brad Keselowski to break through with his first win in Michigan.

Carl Edwards, +1800

Edwards’ Michigan International Speedway experience makes him a contender for sure. Edwards has 2 wins and 9 total Top 5 finishes from only 21 starts at Michigan. That’s very good.
More of a reason to consider backing Edwards is that he hasn’t finished out of the Top 10 in the last 4 Sprint Cup Races. That includes finishing second in the Axalta ‘We Paint Winners’ 400 last week. He could win at decent odds.

Updated NASACAR Quicken Loans 400 Odds

  • Kevin Harvick #4 — 7/2
  • Jimmie Johnson #48 — 5/1
  • Kurt Busch #41 — 8/1
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. #88 — 9/1
  • Joey Logano #22 — 9/1
  • Martin Truex Jr. #78 — 10/1
  • Brad Keselowski #2 — 12/1
  • Jeff Gordon #24 — 12/1
  • Carl Edwards #19 — 14/1
  • Denny Hamlin #11 — 14/1
  • Kasey Kahne #5 — 14/1
  • Kyle Busch #18 — 14/1
  • Matt Kenseth #20 — 14/1
  • Kyle Larson #42 — 25/1
  • Greg Biffle #16 — 33/1
  • Jamie McMurray #1 — 33/1
  • Paul Menard #27 — 40/1
  • Ryan Newman #31 — 50/1
  • Tony Stewart #14 — 50/1
  • Clint Bowyer #15 — 75/1
  • Ryan Blaney #21 — 100/1
  • Austin Dillon #3 — 150/1
  • David Ragan #55 — 150/1
  • A.J. Allmendinger #47 — 300/1
  • Aric Almirola #43 — 300/1
  • Danica Patrick #10 — 300/1
  • Ricky Stenhouse Jr. #17 — 300/1
  • Casey Mears #13 — 500/1
  • Justin Allgaier #51 — 500/1
  • Sam Hornish Jr. #9 — 500/1
  • Trevor Bayne #6 — 500/1
  • Ty Dillon #33 — 500/1
  • Alex Bowman #7 — 1000/1
  • Brendan Gaughan #62 — 1000/1
  • Brett Moffitt #34 — 1000/1
  • Cole Whitt #35 — 1000/1
  • David Gilliland #38 — 1000/1
  • J.J Yeley #23 — 1000/1
  • Jeb Burton #26 — 1000/1
  • Josh Wise #98 — 1000/1
  • Landon Cassill #40 –.1000/1
  • Matt Dibenedetto #83 — 1000/1
  • Michael Annett #46 — 1000/1
  • Mike Bliss #32 — 1000/1