2012 FedEx 400 Benefiting Autism Speaks Odds

Live Autism Speaks 400 Odds. Dover International Speedway, otherwise known as the “Monster Mile” is exactly one mile long; making Dover neither a super-speedway nor a short track. Dover is one of three concrete ovals used in NASCAR’s three major series.

Benefiting Autism Speaks

2012 FedEx 400 Benefiting Autism Speaks Betting Information:

Arena: Dover International Speedway.

Location: Dover, Delaware.

Date: June 3, 2012

Odds to Win the Event: 2012 NASCAR Betting Lines

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Make sure your visit at Dover includes a stop at The Monster Monument at Victory Plaza which is one of the largest fiberglass structures in the coutry. The monument stands 46 feet tall and depicts Dover’s signature icon – Miles the Monster. Dover is unique in that it’s exactly one mile, meaning it’s not a short track or a superspeedway. It’s also made of concrete, rather than asphalt, making it even more challenging.

Although it’s gone by many names over the past years — including the Best Buy 400 and the MBNA 400 — it’s still 400 frenzied laps around Dover International Speedway. You’ll also find the usual crew of NASCAR names like Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jimmie Johnson, and Tony Stewart, all previous winners of this event.

Bet Autism Speaks 400 – Dover Int. Raceway Driver Odds Today

Forget the white cliffs of Dover, try the concrete tracks of Dover International Speedway for either the Autism Speaks 400 or it’s fall counterpart, the Dover 400. Just like Lowes Motor Speedway before it, and Pocono Raceway following, there is twice the excitement to enjoy in Dover. And while many NASCAR tracks are cushy asphalt, Dover International Speedway is rock hard concrete, a brutal test of machinery on the car and a demanding trial to the driver. But if you can’t take the pounding you won’t make the finish line at Dover International Speedway.

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2011 Austin Speaks 400 Winner

Matt Kesneth won the FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks Sprint Cup Series race at Dover International Speedway for his 2nd win of 2011, 2nd win at Dover and 20th win of his 411 race career.

2010 Austin Speaks 400 Winner

Kyle Busch captured his second NSCS victory of the 2010 season, as he held off Jeff Burton to win the Autism Speaks 400 at Dover International Speedway.

This was Busch’s 18th series career win, his second series win at Dover International Speedway, and he now is 69 points behind series leader, Kevin Harvick.

Autism Speaks 400 Past Winners

2011 – Matt Kenseth

2010 – Kyle Busch

2009 – Jimmie Johnson

2008 – Kyle Busch

2007 – Martin Truex Jr.

2006 – Matt Kenseth

2005 – Greg Biffle

2004 – Mark Martin

2003 – Ryan Newman

2002 – Jimmie Johnson

2001 – Jeff Gordon

2000 – Tony Stewart

1999 – Bobby Labonte

1998 – Dale Jarrett

1997 – Ricky Rudd

1996 – Jeff Gordon

1995 – Kyle Petty

1994 – Rusty Wallace

1993 – Dale Earnhardt

1992 – Harry Gant

1991 – Ken Schrader

1990 – Derrike Cope


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