|Jimmie Johnson remains favored to win 2013 Sprint Cup Championship|
|Written by Anthony Rome|
|Tuesday, 18 June 2013 15:42|
(The Spread) - Following Greg Biffle's win in the Quicken Loans 400 over the weekend, Jimmie Johnson remains favored to win the 2013 Sprint Cup Championship.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, Johnson is a 7/4 favorite to win the 2013 Sprint Cup Championship. Kyle Busch has the next best odds at 5/1 while Matt Kenseth is 6/1 and Kasey Kahne is now 7/1. Brad Keselowski, Carl Edwards, Clint Bowyer, Biffle and Kevin Harvick are all 14/1, respectively.
Continuing with the current odds to win the 2013 Sprint Cup Championship, Denny Hamlin and Tony Stewart are both 18/1, respectively, while Dale Earnhardt Jr. is 22/1 and Jeff Gordon is 25/1. The two long shots are Joey Logano and Martin Truex Jr., who are both 33/1 to win, respectively.
Johnson is the current Sprint Cup Championship points leader at 538, while Edwards has the second most odds at 507 while Bowyer has 489 points and Harvick has 476. Kenseth rounds out the top 5 with 456 points.
Last week Johnson was 3/1 while Busch was 4/1 and Kahne was 7/1. Kenseth was 17/4, Hamlin was 10/1 and Bowyer was 12/1. Keselowski, Edwards and Harvick were all 14/1, respectively.