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NASCAR odds for 2014 5-hour Energy 400 at Kansas Speedway, Kevin Harvick favored

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The following is a list of the odds for NASCAR drivers to win the 2014 5-hour Energy 400, which will be run on Saturday night, May 10, 2014, at the Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kansas.

As you will see below, Kevin Harvick is the favorite to win this race, but he is not a heavy favorite. Can anybody believe that Jimmie Johnson is still looking for his first win in 2014?

As a bettor there are two way of looking at that. Either Jimmie Johnson is due for a win, or he is a poor bet because he has yet to win at low odds this season.

This is a pretty young race on the NASCAR circuit, and the Kansas Speedway is not one of the older tracks in NASCAR. You can see the previous winners of this race at NASCAR drivers who have won the 5-hour Energy 400 at Kansas Speedway.

NASCAR odds for 2014 5-hour Energy 400 at Kansas Speedway, Kevin Harvick favored

1. Kevin Harvick - 5 to 1 odds

At odds of 5 to 1, Kevin Harvick is the betting favorite to win the 5-hour Energy 400 this week. Kevin Harvick has already won at Phoenix and Darlington so far this year. Harvick has yet to win this race, but he won the fall race at the Kansas Speedway in 2013.

2. Jimmie Johnson - 6 to 1

Jimmie Johnson, who has yet to win a race in 2014, is the second betting choice with 6 to 1 odds. Jimmie Johnson has never won this race, but he has won at Kansas twice (2008 and 2011).

T-3. Brad Keselowski - 8 to 1

Brad Keselowski won the inaugural running of this race in 2011. Brad Keselowski has one win this season at Las Vegas.

T-3. Jeff Gordon - 8 to 1

Jeff Gordon has won twice at Kansas, but his last win at the track was in 2002.

T-3. Matt Kenseth - 8 to 1

Matt Kenseth won this race in 2013, and he is 8 to 1 odds to repeat as the 5-hour Energy 400 winner this year. Matt Kenseth has two wins in Kansas.

6. Joey Logano - 10 to 1

Joey Logano has no wins in Kansas yet, but he won at both Texas and Richmond this year.

T-7. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. - 12 to 1

Dale Earnhardt, Jr. has yet to win at Kansas, but he did win the Daytona 500 this year.

T-7. Kyle Busch - 12 to 1

2014 Auto Club 400 winner Kyle Busch, who has no wins yet in Kansas, is 12 to 1 odds.

T-7. Kasey Kahne - 12 to 1 odds

Kasey Kahne has zero wins this year and at Kansas.

10. Denny Hamlin - 15 to 1

Denny Hamlin, who just won last week at Talladega, and who won this race in 2012, is 15 to 1 odds to win in back-to-back weeks.

T-11. Carl Edwards, Tony Stewart, Greg Biffle, Clint Bowyer, Kyle Larson - 20 to 1 each

Tony Stewart (2006, 2009) and Greg Biffle (2007, 2010) both have two wins in Kansas, while the other three drivers at 20 to 1 odds have never won at this track.

16. Kurt Busch - 25 to 1

Kurt Busch has no wins in Kansas yet, but he did win at Martinsville at big odds this year.

T-17. Brian Vickers and Ryan Newman - 40 to 1

Ryan Newman won at Kansas in 2003. Brian Vickers has yet to win at Kansas.

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

No wins at Kansas for this trio yet.

T-22. Aric Almirola, Ricky Stenhouse, Austin Dillon - 100 to 1

No wins for this trio at triple-digit odds.

T-25. Danica Patrick, A.J. Allmendinger, Justin Allgaier, Marcos Ambrose, Casey Mears - 200 to 1

No wins in Kansas for this bunch at 200 to 1 odds each. Will Danica Patrick ever win? IDK but she is hot. For more see 20 Hot photos of NASCAR driver and model Danica Patrick.

Field of All Other Drivers - 100 to 1