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NASCAR odds for the 2014 Pure Michigan 400, Jimmie Johnson favored

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The following is a list of the driver odds to win the 2014 Pure Michigan 400, which is taking place on Sunday, August 17, 2014, at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Michigan. Race time is 1:00 pm, and the race is on TV on ESPN.

As you can see below, Jimmie Johnson is the slight favorite to win the 2014 Pure Michigan 400. In addition to giving the drivers odds, I'm also listing how many times each driver has won this race, won at Michigan International Speedway, and how many wins each driver has on the season.

Tony Stewart is listed here, but it's still very uncertain if he will drive this week or not. If Tony Stewart does not drive this week, whoever does drive the #14 car will become part of the field, which is 75 to 1 odds.

NASCAR odds for the 2014 Pure Michigan 400, Jimmie Johnson favored

1. Jimmie Johnson - 5 to 1

At 5 to 1 odds, Jimmie Johnson is the favorite to win the 2014 Pure Michigan 400. Johnson has never won this race, but he did win for the first time in his career at Michigan earlier this year in the Quicken Loans 400.

Dale Earnhardt, Jr. had never won at Pocono before this year, and then he swept both races at the track in 2014. Jimmie Johnson has wins this year at Charlotte and Dover, in addition to his Michigan win.

T-2. Brad Keselowski - 6 to 1

Brad Keselowski is 6 to 1 odds despite never having won a race at Michigan. Keselowski has wins this year at Las Vegas, Kentucky, and New Hampshire.

T-2. Kevin Harvick - 6 to 1

Kevin Harvick won this race in 2010 for his only win at Michigan. Harvick has wins at Darlington and Phoenix this season.

4. Jeff Gordon - 7 to 1

Jeff Gordon has one win in this race (1998), and two wins at the track (2001). Gordon has wins this year at Kansas City and Indianapolis.

5. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. - 8 to 1

Dale Earnhardt, Jr. has yet to win the Pure Michigan 400, but he has two wins at the track (2008, 2012), and three wins this year (Daytona and two the Pocono wins).

T-6. Joey Logano - 10 to 1

Joey Logano won this race last year for his first win at Michigan. Logano has wins this year at Texas and Richmond.

T-6. Kasey Kahne - 10 to 1

Kasey Kahne has yet to win this race, but he did win at Michigan in 2006. Kahne is winless this season and you know he wants to win pretty bad this week.

T-8. Kyle Busch - 15 to 1

Kyle Busch won this race in 2011 for his lone Michigan win. Kyle Busch's lone win this season was at California.

T-8. Matt Kenseth - 15 to 1

Matt Kenseth won this race in 2006, and he has two overall wins at the track. Kenseth is another NASCAR driver desperate for a win this season.

T-8. Tony Stewart - 15 to 1

Tony Stewart has never won this race but did win at Michigan in 2000. Stewart is winless in 2014.

T-11. Kurt Busch, Kyle Larson - 18 to 1 odds each

Kurt Buech won this race in 2007, has two wins at track, and won at big odds at Martinsville this year. Larson is winless at Michigan and on the season.

T-13. Denny Hamlin, Carl Edwards, Clint Bowyer, Greg Biffle, Ryan Newman - 30 to 1

Hamlin no wins race, two wins track, won at Talladega this year. Edwards one win race, two at track, wins this year at Bristol and Sonoma. Bowyer winless at track and on season except for NASCAR Sprint Showdown. Biffle has two wins race, four wins track but winless on year. Newman has win in race, two wins at track and also winless on year.

T-18. Brian Vickers, Jamie McMurray - 40 to 1

Vickers won this race in 2009 for lone win at track, but is winless this year. Jamie McMurray winless at track, but did win all-star race in 2014.

20. Paul Menard - 50 to 1

Winless race, track and season.

T-21. Martin Truex, Auston Dillon - 100 to 1

No wins here at all.

T-23. Trevor Bayne, Ricky Stenhouse, Aric Almirola, Marcos Ambrose, Danica Patrick - 300 to 1

Only win for this bunch is on year for Aric Almirola at Daytona. Danica Patrick had a bad week last week but she is still hot.

T-28. Justin Allgaier, A.J. Allmendinger - 500 to 1

No wins at track for either driver. Allemendinger won last week at Watkins Glen, but gets no respect this week with 500 to 1 odds.

  • Field of All Other Drivers - 75 to 1