|2013 Sprint Cup Championship Updated Odds - Johnson Remains Favored|
|Written by Anthony Rome|
|Tuesday, 23 April 2013 09:02|
(The Spread) - After Matt Kenseth took home the checkered flag in the 2013 STP 400 over the weekend, oddsmakers have updated the odds for the Sprint Cup Championship.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, Jimmie Johnson remains favored at 13/4, while Kyle Busch is now 4/1 and Kenseth goes from 15/2 to 7/1. Brad Keselowski is 15/2 to win the 2013 Sprint Cup Championship, while Kasey Kahne is 8/1 and both Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jeff Gordon are 12/1, respectively.
Continuing with the current odds, both Carl Edwards and Clint Bowyer are 14/1 to win the 2013 Sprint Cup Championship, respectively, while Greg Biffle is 16/1. Denny Hamlin is 20/1, Kevin Harvick and Martin Truex Jr. are both 25/1, respectively, and Tony Stewart is 30/1. Joey Logano is the lone driver with 50/1 odds.
The three long shots to win the 2013 Sprint Cup Championship are Jamie McMurray, Juan Pablo Montoya and Ryan Newman, who are all 100/1, respectively. McMurray was 75/1 to win a week ago.
As previously mentioned, Kenseth won the STP 400 over the weekend while Kahne finished second. Johnson finished third, Truex Jr. finished fourth and Bowyer took fifth. Keselowski, McMurray, Aric Almirola, Mark Martin and Paul Menard rounded out the top 10.