Goody’s Fast Relief 500 Driver Odds
Goody's Headache Relief Shot 500 Driver Odds - Martinsville Speedway
When: Sun, October 30, 2016
Where: Martinsville Speedway, Martinsville, VA
Track Length: .526 miles
Banking/Corners: 12 degrees
Defending Champion: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
NASCAR betting heads to "The Paperclip" for the second half of the chase for the Sprint Cup with the Goody's Headache Relief Shot 500!
Martinsville starts the second half of the chase and the sixth Sprint Cup race. The paperclip-shaped short track is exciting due to the track's configuration of long straightaways and flat, narrow turns which cause hard breaks and smooth accelerations.
It also doesn't hurt to have the best drivers competing for valuable Cup points and with its 1:00 p.m. eastern start time, the Goody's Headache Relief Shot 500 has one of the earliest starts of any race included in The Chase.
The early start is required given that Martinsville does not have permanent lighting installed, and the late October shadows making it otherwise difficult for drivers to see and perform to the best of their ability.
The demanding layout consistently produces some of the wildest fender scrubbing, push and shove racing on the NASCAR circuit.
It is the final short track race of the Sprint Cup Series at a little over half a mile (.526 miles) and always provides great NASCAR championship betting action.
Goodys Fast Relief 500 Head to Head Driver Matchups
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Goody’s Fast Relief 500 Driver Prediction
The Chase is down to the Round of 8 with just eight drivers left who have a chance to win the Sprint Cup Championship. The first of the three races in this round is the Goody’s Fast Relief 500 at Martinsville on Sunday on NBCSN. The eight drivers are Joey Logano, Jimmie Johnson, Kevin Harvick, Matt Kenseth, Carl Edwards, Denny Hamlin, Kyle Busch and Kurt Busch. The favorite to win Sunday’s race is Kyle Busch at odds of 4-1 with Jimmie Johnson the second choice at 5-1. Continue...
Martinsville Speedway Track History
Martinsville Speedway is one of the smaller tracks in NASCAR and It is also one of the sport's most historic tracks, with a history dating back to 1947.
Since then Martinsville has grown from a dusty, rough-hewn operation into one of the most beautiful and modern racing facilities around. It features some of the best beating, banging, and good old fashioned short track racing on the NASCAR circuit.
Martinsville Speedway opened with 750 seats and since then has doubled in size. The track was unpaved until 1955 and the track configuration has not been changed since Red Byron won the inaugural event.
Martinsville might have been Richard Petty's favorite track as well, because The King won 15 races there. When the Goodys Fast Relief 500 starts, the standings really start take shape and the true contenders emerge.
After racing at Martinsville the drivers of the Sprint Cup Series will move on to Texas Motor Speedway to continue the Chase at the AAA Texas 500 in November. Be sure to bookmark our Nascar page to get the most up to date Nascar lines to place that all important bet before the big races.
2014 Goodys Headache Relief Shot 500 Results
Dale Earnhardt Jr. scored his first victory at Martinsville Speedway. In claiming the checkered flag Earnhardt led 79 of 500 laps at the shortest track on the circuit.
He took the last restart in fifth place, but sliced through his rivals, passed Tony Stewart for the lead with three to go, and took the checkered flag in the Goody’s Headache Relief Shot 500 at Martinsville Speedway.
Jeff Gordon finished second to be the highest finisher among the eight remaining Chase for the Sprint Cup competitors and give Hendrick Motorsports a one-two finish
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