NASCAR betting - Kyle Busch hopes to continue dominance in Food City 500

Friday, March 16th, 2012

By  Kyle Markus

NASCAR Betting Online: Kyle Busch is lurking outside the top-10 early in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Race for the Cup, and will look to make a move up the standings in a race that he has grown very comfortable with over the past few years. The series is moving to Bristol, Tennessee for the Food City 500 on Sunday, March 18th. Busch won the race here last year and has won it three times in his career, all since 2007. Busch is currently in 12th place after three races, 38 points behind early leader Greg Biffle.

Biffle has three top-5 finishes to start the circuit and is looking to continue that hot start. Kevin Harvick is in second place, followed by Denny Hamlin, Dale Earnhardt, Jr., and Matt Kenseth. Hamlin, Kenseth and Tony Stewart are the three drivers with race victories this season. Stewart is in seventh place, two points behind Carl Edwards and Kenseth.

Jimmie Johnson is in 23rd place in the standings but is making his move up the standings. He had a top-5 finish last time out to move up 14 spots, and is always a threat. Johnson won the Food City 500 in 2010 and has six top-5 finishes in his career on this track.

Kyle Busch's brother, Kurt, has also been good at this race, winning it four times. Elliot Sadler, Jeff Gordon, Kevin Harvick and Jeff Burton are other active drivers that have won a Food CIty 500 in their careers. This race has been dominated lately by the Busches, but others will try to beat them to the finish line in NASCAR betting.

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