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NASCAR driver odds for 2014 FedEx 400 at Dover, Jimmie Johnson favored

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The following is a list of the odds for NASCAR drivers at the 2014 FedEx 400, which is being run on Sunday, June 1, 2014, at Dover International Speedway in Dover, Delaware.

As you can see below, Jimmie Johnson, fresh off his first win of the year last week at the Coca-Cola 600, is favored. So far in the 2014 NASCAR season, 10 different drivers have won a race and you can bump that to 11 if you want to count Jamie McMurray's win in the all-star race.

Only two drivers, Joey Logano and Kevin Harvick, have won twice this season, and no driver has won in back-to-back weeks. Can Jimmie Johnson break that streak this week at Dover in the FedEx 400?

NASCAR driver odds for 2014 FedEx 400 at Dover, Jimmie Johnson favored

1. Jimmie Johnson - 9 to 2 odds to win

At odds of 9 to 2, Jimmie Johnson is the relatively heavy favorite to win the 2014 FedEx 400 at Dover. Jimmie Johnson is favored for a number of reasons, not the least of which is that he has won this race three times (2002, 2009, 2012), and won the fall race at Dover five times, including in 2013. That's eight wins on the high banked concrete track at Dover for Jimmie Johnson.

2. Kevin Harvick - 5 to 1

Kevin Harvick is the second choice at 5 to 1 odds for the FedEx 400, even though he has never won this race, or any other race at Dover.

3. Kyle Busch - 7 to 1

Kyle Busch is the third choice at 7 to 1 odds. Kyle Busch has two wins in the FedEx 400 (2008, 2010) for his only two wins at Dover.

T-4. Matt Kenseth - 8 to 1

Matt Kenseth comes into the 2014 FedEx 400 looking for his first win this year. He has two wins at Dover, both in this race (2006, 2011).

T-4. Jeff Gordon - 8 to 1

Jeff Gordon has two wins in this race, and four wins at Dover, but his last win on the track was in 2001.

T-4. Brad Keselowski - 8 to 1

Brad Keselowski has yet to win the FedEx 400, but he did win at Dover in the fall race in 2012.

7. Joey Logano - 10 to 1

Joey Logano has yet to win a race at Dover, but he does have two wins this season at Texas and Richmond.

T-9. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. - 15 to 1

Since his big win in the Daytona 500, Dale Earnhardt, Jr. has been relatively quiet this season. He has one win over the track back in 2001.

T-9. Kasey Kahne - 15 to 1

Kasey Kahne has no wins this season and has yet to win at Dover. Is he due?

T-9. Carl Edwards - 15 to 1

Carl Edwards won at Bristol this season, and he has one win at Dover which came in 2007.

T-11. Denny Hamlin, Clint Bowyer - 20 to 1

No wins at Dover for this pair at 20 to 1 odds each.

13. Kyle Larson - 25 to 1

No wins this season and no wins yet at Dover for Larson.

T-14. Tony Stewart, Kurt Busch, Greg Biffle - 30 to 1

Tony Stewart has won this race twice including in 2013, and has three wins at Dover. Kurt Busch won at Dover in 2011, and Greg Biffle has two wins at Dover (2005, 2008).

17. Brian Vickers - 40 to 1

Yet to win at Dover.

18. Ryan Newman - 50 to 1

Ryan Newman won this race 2003, and he owns three wins at Dover.

T-19. Martin Truex, Jamie McMurray - 60 to 1

Truex won this race in 2007. McMurray has yet to win at Dover.

T-21. Aric Almirola, Ricky Stenhouse, Paul Menard, Austin Dillon - 100 to 1

No wins here.

25. Marcos Ambrose - 200 to 1

Now wins.

26. A.J. Allmendinger - 300 to 1

No wins.

T-26. Casey Mears, Justin Allgaier, Danica Patrick - 500 to 1

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Field - 500 to 1

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