NASCAR 2015 Sprint Cup Futures Update - June 17 The Sprint Cup series starts to heat-up with the weather in July as the countdown to this year's Chase is on.
Wins is what gets you in NASCAR's 10-race playoff to the season title and so far 10 different drivers have laid claim to at least one checkered flag through the first 15 point races of the season.
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Last year's champion Kevin Harvick has remained at the top of the list right out of the gate this year with back-to-back victories at Las Vegas and Phoenix to go along with three additional second-place finishes in his first six Sprint Cup point-race events. 4 car's string of eight-straight finishes of either first or second dating back to the last three races of 2014 finally came to an end this past Sunday with an eighth-place finish at Martinsville.With a track record like that it is easy to see while Harvick is a 350 odds-on favorite to successfully defend his title.One driver that you can never count out of the mix for a title run even under the new rules for the Chase is Jimmie Johnson.has recently updated its futures odds to win the 2015 Sprint Cup title and it is no big surprise that last year's champion Kevin Harvick still tops that list at betting odds of 350.
He is one of three drivers this season with multiple wins (Las Vegas and Phoenix), but more impressive has been Harvick's consistency driving the No. He also remains at the top of the Sprint Cup standings with a total of 576 points on the strength of 13 top-10 finishes in 15 events.
Johnson's luck ran dry early in last year's Chase with a couple of bad trips around the track, but he has almost assured himself a spot in this year's field with an early victory at Atlanta.