NASCAR at Phoenix 2015: Lineup, Time, Channel & Odds

Kevin Harvick will start on the pole for Sunday's CampingWorld.com 500 at Phoenix. (Getty)

Kevin Harvick will start on the pole for Sunday’s CampingWorld.com 500 at Phoenix. (Getty)

Surprise, surprise, Kevin Harvick was the fastest at Phoenix International Raceway.

Harvick continued his dominance in the early season and of the Arizona track by winning the pole for Sunday’s CampingWorld.com 500 Sprint Cup Race. He turned in a lap of 25.577 seconds (140.751 mph) on the 1 mile track.

Harvick won twice at Phoenix in 2014 and once each in 2013 and ’12. He has 6 career wins at the raceway as well as 9 top 5s and 13 top 10s.

Starting in the second spot is Daytona 500 winner Joey Logano.

Here’s what you need to know about the race:


The Basics

What:

CampingWorld.com 500

When:

Sunday

Where:

Phoenix International Raceway – Avondale, Arizona

Time:

FOX prerace coverage begins at 3 p.m. Eastern; Race Green Flag: 3:44 p.m. Eastern

Channel:

FOX


CampingWorld.com 500 Lineup

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CampingWorld.com 500 Odds

Joey Logano will start in the second position on Sunday. (Getty)

Joey Logano will start in the second position on Sunday. (Getty)

Per sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com (odds are subject to change):

Kevin Harvick #4 … 11/4
Dale Earnhardt Jr. #88 … 7/1
Jimmie Johnson #48 … 7/1
Brad Keselowski #2 … 15/2
Jeff Gordon #24 … 8/1
Joey Logano #22 … 9/1
Carl Edwards #19 … 12/1
Denny Hamlin #11 … 12/1
Matt Kenseth #20 … 12/1
Kasey Kahne #5 … 14/1
Martin Truex Jr. #78 … 20/1
Kyle Larson #42 … 22/1
Clint Bowyer #15 … 25/1
Ryan Newman #31 … 25/1
Kurt Busch #41 …33/1
Tony Stewart #14 … 33/1
David Ragan #18 … 40/1
Jamie McMurray #1 … 40/1
Greg Biffle #16 … 66/1
Paul Menard #27 … 75/1
A.J. Allmendinger #47 … 100/1
Aric Almirola #43 … 100/1
Austin Dillon #3 … 100/1
Brian Vickers #55 … 100/1
Danica Patrick #10 … 200/1
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. #17 … 200/1
Justin Allgaier #51 … 300/1
Sam Hornish Jr. #9 … 300/1
Trevor Bayne #6 … 300/1
Casey Mears #13 … 500/1
Alex Bowman #7 … 1000/1
Alex Kennedy #33 … 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
Reed Sorenson #29 … 1000/1


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ral33

Nice update on NASCAR. It gives me up to date info about NASCAR. I will definitely read your future posts.

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watCH NASCAR Sprint Cup CampingWorld.com 500 Live Streaming

Kevin Harvick’s win at Las Vegas Motor Speedway this past Sunday couldn’t have come at a better time. For after his first career win at the 1.5-mile LVMS, Harvick now heads to a race track at which the Sprint Cup Series may as well automatically concede yet another win to him.

Or maybe it should rename Phoenix International Raceway as “Harvick International Raceway” given that the defending Sprint Cup champion has won there six times. That’s six of his 29 career Sprint Cup wins, including wins in the last three races at PIR and four of the last five.

Joilla Kala

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Phoenix has resided on the Cup Series schedule since 1988, but the track looks completely different than it did 27 years ago, having undergone a reconfiguration back in 2011. The reconfiguration added progressive banking to the turns and also involved a complete redesign of the backstretch, which created a more severe dogleg with 10 to 11 degree progressive banking. The new dogleg on the backstretch also left a large paved area where the old track used to run and that feature lends itself to drivers cutting the corner to try and make passes and make up time. The results of that have about a 50/50 success/failure rate as some drivers can make great moves through there to advance their positions, while others end up with a wadded up racecar.

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