NASCAR at Phoenix 2015: Odds, Time, Channel & Driver Standings

Dale Earnhardt Jr. is second in the points lead after 3 Sprint Cup races. (Getty)

Dale Earnhardt Jr. is second in the points lead after 3 Sprint Cup races. (Getty)

Kevin Harvick has picked up in 2015 where he left off last year.

In three races, the 2014 Chase for the Sprint Cup champion has a win – last weekend in Las Vegas – and two runner-up finishes.

This weekend, the NASCAR Goes West part of the season pits at Phoenix International Raceway for the CampingWorld.com 500.

And Harvick probably couldn’t be happier. He has dominated recently at Phoenix, winning twice there last year and once each in 2013 and ’12. Harvick has 6 career wins at the track, to go with 9 top 5s and 13 top 10s.

Here’s what you need to know about the CampingWorld.com 500:


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 Odds

Kevin Harvick, who won last week in Las Vegas, is the defending race champ in Phoenix. (Getty)

Kevin Harvick, who won last week in Las Vegas, is the defending race champ in Phoenix. (Getty)

Per sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com:

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
Tanner Berryhill #66 … 500
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
Travis Kvapil #44 … 1000/1


Driver Standings Top 20

With driver, points and money

1. Kevin Harvick … 134 … $1,913,240
2. Dale Earnhardt Jr. … 125 … $1,255,880
3. Joey Logano … 123 … $1,997,044
4. Martin Truex Jr. … 118 … $908,193
5. AJ Allmendinger … 100 … $663,784
6. Kasey Kahne … 92 … $644,140
7. Jimmie Johnson … 91 … $1,097,769
T8. Denny Hamlin … 87 … $979,418
T8. Casey Mears … 87 … $760,164
10. Matt Kenseth … 85 … $878,373
11. Greg Biffle … 84 … $688,077
T12. Ryan Newman … 82 … $725,053
T12. Paul Menard … 82 … $591,610
14. Clint Bowyer … 81 … $734,564
15. Aric Almirola … 80 … $672,573
T16. Brad Keselowski … 77 … $671,228
T16. David Gilliland … 77 … $609,527

Chase for the Sprint Cup cut-off

T18. Sam Hornish Jr. … 75 … $622,538
T18. David Ragan … 75 … $611,410
20. Danica Patrick … 68 … $581,373

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