Betting on NASCAR Sprint All-Star Weekend picks has been a tradition like no other, as long as you’re betting on Jimmie Johnson that is. The winner of the last two All-Star races is also the all-time leader at this event. Can he take home an unprecedented fifth checkered flag?
Odds To Win Sprint All-Star Race – Charlotte Motor Speedway -Sat, May 17th
- Kevin Harvick 5-1
- Jimmie Johnson 5-1
- Kasey Kahne 8-1
- Joey Logano 8-1
- Brad Keselowski 8-1
- Jeff Gordon 8-1
- Dale Earnhardt Jr 10-1
- Kyle Busch 10-1
- Matt Kenseth 10-1
- Tony Stewart 15-1
- Carl Edwards 15-1
- Denny Hamlin 20-1
- Greg Biffle 25-1
- Ryan Newman 30-1
- Kurt Busch 30-1
- Brian Vickers 30-1
- Jamie Mcmurray 40-1
- Martin Truex Jr 50-1
- Danica Patrick 100-1
- Field 30-1
NASCAR All-Star Race Matchup Odds
- Kevin Harvick -110 Vs. Jimmie Johnson -110
- Dale Earnhardt Jr -110 Vs. Brad Keselowski -110
- Jeff Gordon -110 Vs. Joey Logano -110
- Kyle Busch -110 Vs. Matt Kenseth -110
- Greg Biffle -110 Vs. Ryan Newman -110
- Brian Vickers -110 Vs. Jamie Mcmurray -110
**Race Consists of 90 laps total , 5 segments of 20, 20, 20, 20 & 10 LAPS
It will be a tough race. This is a non-points race, with a $1million prize up for grabs so drivers are racing for pride and money which is pretty much what they risk their lives for every weekend anyhow. This is one of the most beloved events on the NASCAR circuit because of its raw, “me versus the world” type of feel to it.
Previously known as the Winston Select (when smoking was cool, guys!), the Sprint All-Star race will run Saturday, May 17th beginning at around 9pm EST from the Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina.
The oddsmakers certainly think so. Jimmie Johnson leads all NASCAR Sprint All-Star Weekend picks at +500, odds he shares only with Kevin Harvick. A five pack of front runner sit right behind the two favorites as well. Logano, Kahne, Keselowski and Jeff Gordon all have +800 odds to win this weekend.
Those aren’t the only heavy hitters who will be trying to garner your attention on the betting board. There’s also a fan vote, which for whatever reason always seems to go to Danica Patrick. She’s the longest shot on the board at 100-to-1 to win the All-Star event, though she ha much shorter 12-to-1 odds to win the Sprint Cup Showdown.
That’s the event that runs on Friday night and makes NASCAR Sprint All-Star Weekend picks very interesting. Those who have not qualified for the All-Star race itself duel in a race-in type of event the night before. Kyle Larson and Clint Bowyer are the heavy +250 favorites in the Showdown, and nothing will stand in their way as far as I’m concerned. Not even Danica Patrick.
This is meant to be a fun filled event, drawing fans to a race that usually brings out the best in drivers. I don’t see how you can bet against Jimmie Johnson, who has dominated this track and been a constant force this season, but that’s why you’ll have to make your own NASCAR Sprint All-Star Weekend picks by scanning the betting board and taking your favorite driver.
At its very core, this is an all-star event, so have some fun with it. Take whomever you’d like, but just remember that when you take away all the glitz and glamour of the series, Jimmie Johnson has come through in NASCAR Sprint All-Star Weekend picks more than any other driver.