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NASCAR odds 2014 Sprint All-Star Race, Kevin Harvick, Jimmie Johnson favorites

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The following is a list of the odds for NASCAR drivers for the 2014 Spring All-Star Race, which is being held on Saturday night, May 17, 2014, at the Charlotte Motor Speedway, in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race is unique on the circuit because drivers have to earn their way into the race. So the field for the race is smaller than for a regular Sprint Cup race.

You can see the drivers who have won this race the most times at Drivers who have won the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race the most times. Drivers want to win the all-star race badly because first place is worth over $1 million in prize money for the winner.

NASCAR odds for 2014 Sprint All-Star Race, Kevin Harvick, Jimmie Johnson favorites

T-1. Jimmie Johnson - 5 to 1 odds

Despite having no wins so far in 2014, Jimmie Johnson is a co-favorite to win the all-star race at odds of 5 to 1. The odds are understandable because Jimmie Johnson has won the all-star race a record four times so far in his career, including the last two years.

T-1. Kevin Harvick - 5 to 1

Kevin Harvick is also a co-favorite at odds of 5 to 1. Harvick won this race in 2007, and he has wins at Phoenix and Darlington so far this year.

T-2. Jeff Gordon - 8 to 1

Fresh off his win last week in Kansas, Jeff Gordon is 8 to 1. Gordon has won the all-star race three times, but his last win here was in 2001.

T-2. Joey Logano - 8 to 1

Joey Logano has yet to win the all-star race, but he has two wins this season (Texas and Richmond).

T-2. Brad Keselowski - 8 to 1

Brad Keselowski has yet to win this race, but he did win at Las Vegas in 2014.

T-2. Kasey Kahne - 8 to 1

Kasey Kahne is winless so far this season, but he did win the all-star race in 2008.

T-7. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. - 10 to 1

Dale Earnhardt, Jr. won at Daytona this year, and he won the all-star race in 2000.

T-7. Matt Kenseth - 10 to 1

Matt Kenseth won the NASCAR All-Star Race in 2004.

T-7. Kyle Busch - 10 to 1

Kyle Busch has yet to win the all-star race, but he did win this year at the Auto Club 400 in California.

T-10. Tony Stewart, Carl Edwards - 15 to 1 each

Tony Stewart won the all-star race in 2009, Carl Edwards was victorious here in 2011.

12. Denny Hamlin - 20 to 1

Denny Hamlin has yet to win this race, but he won at Talladega in 2014.

13. Greg Biffle - 25 to 1

Greg Biffle is winless in this race and on the season.

T-14. Ryan Newman, Kurt Busch, Brian Vickers - 30 to 1 each

Ryan Newman won this race in 2002. Kurt Busch won in 2010, and he won at big odds this year at Martinsville. Brian Vickers is winless this year and in this race.

17. Jamie McMurray - 40 to 1

Winless in this race and on the season.

18. Martin Truex, Jr. - 50 to 1

No wins here or this season.

  • Danica Patrick

Not in this year's all-star race, but Danica Patrick is red-hot.

  • Field - 30 to 1
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