Sprint All Star Race Odds - Charlotte Motor Speedway Drivers Lines

Bet 2018 Sprint All Star Race - Charlotte Motor Speedway Drivers Odds

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Sprint All Star Race

may 21, 2018

Charlotte Motor Speedway

Charlotte, NC

NASCAR Sprint Cup

Current Champion: Jamie McMurray

NASCAR will tweak the format for the Sprint All-Star Race by including a mandatory four-tire pit stop prior the final 10-lap segment of the May event at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

The drivers competing for pride and bragging rights instead of Cup championship points; often resulting in the drivers doing things they may not do under ordinary Sprint Cup season circumstances. Crashes are common and trading paint is often common practice. Prepare yourself for non-stop betting action when you obtain odds on this years NASCAR Sprint All Star Race.

The NASCAR Sprint All-Star Challenge, once known as The Winston until 2004, is a competitive race of the best of the best that includes previous season winners as well as the current season winners. This race has taken place at Lowe's Motor Speedway since 1985 and consists of 135 miles and 90 laps.

The qualifying format is simple and brings in the cream of the crop; every driver who has won a race over the last two years, winners of The Sprint Cup for the last ten years, the first and second place finishers from the Sprint Showdown, and the top vote-getter according to the fans' ballots placed through Sprint. Pit them all against each other on the track at Lowes Motor Speedway, and you've got yourself the best All-Star race imaginable.

There’s an added twist this year before the green flag drops for the final segment: once the field takes a lap behind the pace car, all cars must enter pit road for a four-tire stop. The order in which the cars exit off pit road is how they will line up for the final 10 laps, placing an even greater premium on the efficiency of the pit crews.

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2017 Sprint (Monster Energy) All Star Race Winner

Kyle Busch

2016 Sprint All Star Race Winner

Joseph Thomas "Joey" Logano, nicknamed "Sliced Bread," is an American professional stock car racing driver.

2015 Sprint All Star Race Winner

James Dennis Alan "Denny" Hamlin is an American professional stock car racing driver. He currently competes full-time in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

2014 Sprint All Star Race Winner

James Christopher "Jamie" McMurray is an American professional stock car racing driver. .

2013 Sprint All Star Race Winner

Jimmie Johnson continues making history for the past seven years, carving out his own place in the NASCAR record books and now with the 2013 Sprint All Star Race victory. Johnson's second straight victory in the event broke a tie with Hall of Famer Dale Earnhardt and future Hall of Famer Jeff Gordon for the most wins in the annual all-star classic.

2011 Sprint All Star Race Winner

Carl Edwards ruled segment number two with Jimmie Johnson hot on his heels. Carl Edwards lead Kyle Busch and Greg Biffle onto pit road for the mandatory four-tire pit stop to set the lineup for the final ten laps. Carl got a good restart and the top three were single-file. David Reutimann suddenly showed some strength and moved up to third but Carl Edwards was putting some distance between himself and Kyle. The final segment was uneventful as Carl Edwards lead all ten laps and took the million dollar paycheck as the 2011 Sprint All-Star Race champion.

2010 Sprint All Star Race Winner

Kurt Busch was able to avoid the fate that befell his brother, and that gave the No. 2 a million-dollar victory in the 2010 All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

2009 Sprint All Star Race Winner

Tony Stewart, in his first major victory as a racer/owner since since he left Joe Gibbs Racing at the end of last year to become co-owner of Stewart-Haas Racing.

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