NASCAR Las Vegas 2015: Time, Channel, Odds & Lineup

Jeff Gordon has won 2 of 3 poles this season. (Getty)

Jeff Gordon has won 2 of 3 poles this season. (Getty)

There’s a first time for everything.

<a href="Jeff Gordon://”>Jeff Gordon won the pole Friday for this weekend’s Kobalt 400, his first-career top qualifying finish at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. And in the process he set a track record with a 27.738 second lap (194.679 mph) around the 1.5 mile paved surface.

But then Gordon’s rough early season got even rougher.

Saturday during final practice, Danica Patrick spun out and Gordon smacked into her, damaging his car. Gordon will have to use his backup car Sunday and force him to start at the back of the pack.

It has been that kind of year so far for the veteran. He began in position No. 1 in the schedule-opening Daytona 500, but crashed on the final lap and finished 33rd. Gordon also crashed late last week in Atlanta and came in 41st place.

Daytona winner Joey Logano finished second to Gordon Friday. Gordon’s Hendrick Motorsports teammates Kasey Kahne and Dale Earnhardt Jr. were 3rd and 4th, respectively.

Here’s what you need to know about the Kobalt 400:


The Basics

What:

Kobalt 400

When:

Sunday

Where:

Las Vegas Motor Speedway – Las Vegas, Nevada

Time:

FOX prerace coverage begins at 3 p.m. Eastern; Race Green Flag: 3:46 p.m. Eastern

Channel:

Fox

Last Year’s Race

1. Brad Keselowski; 2. Dale Earnhardt Jr.; 3. Paul Menard


Kobalt 400 Lineup

Kasey Kahne will start third in Sunday's Kobalt 400. (Getty)

Kasey Kahne will start third in Sunday’s Kobalt 400. (Getty)

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Kobalt 400 Odds

Jimmie Johnson #48 … 4/1
Kevin Harvick #4 … 9/2
Dale Earnhardt Jr. #88 … 11/2
Jeff Gordon #24 … 8/1
Joey Logano #22 … 9/1
Matt Kenseth #20 … 11/1
Brad Keselowski #2 … 12/1
Carl Edwards #19 … 12/1
Kasey Kahne #5 … 14/1
Kyle Larson #42 … 18/1
Martin Truex Jr. #78 … 20/1
Denny Hamlin #11 … 21/1
Ryan Newman #31 … 30/1
Tony Stewart #14 … 38/1
Jamie McMurray #1 … 40/1
Clint Bowyer #15 … 50/1
Greg Biffle #16 … 50/1
David Ragan #18 … 70/1
Paul Menard #27 … 75/1
Austin Dillon #3 … 85/1
Brian Vickers #55 … 125/1
A.J. Allmendinger #47 … 175/1
Regan Smith #41 … 200/1
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. #17 … 200/1
Ryan Blaney #21 … 200/1
Sam Hornish Jr. #9 … 200/1
Trevor Bayne #6 … 200/1
Aric Almirola #43 … 250/1
Danica Patrick #10 … 275/1
Justin Allgaier #51 … 300/1
Casey Mears #13 … 350/1
Brendan Gaughan #62 … 500/1
Landon Cassill #40 … 500/1
David Gilliland #38 … 750/1
Brett Moffitt #34 … 1000/1
Brian Scott #33 … 1000/1
J.J Yeley #23 … 1000/1
Jeb Burton #26 … 1000/1
Alex Bowman #7 … 1200/1
Cole Whitt #35 … 1200/1
Josh Wise #98 … 1200/1
Michael Annett #46 … 1200/1
Michael McDowell #95 … 1200/1


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The circuit hauls gas all the way to Las Vegas for the Kobalt 400.

After two races totaling 1,000 miles to kick off the season, the 400 will seem like one of Penn and Teller’s pyrotechnics.

And as we head to Sin City, the Chase grid is a 50-50 blend of who’s-who and who wishes to be who.

LAS VEGAS — Jimmie Johnson, Kevin Harvick, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Joey Logano, Matt Kenseth.

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