Pepsi 500

Pepsi 500 Odds

October 10, 2010
Auto Club Speedway
(formerly California Speedway)

Fontana, California
First race: 2004
Distance: 400 miles (643.7 km)
Number of laps: 200
Def Champion: Jimmie Johnson

This week NASCAR heads to Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California for the second time around, for the 2010 running of the Pepsi 500. What was once called the Sharp Aquos 500 Sprint Cup series race had been renamed the Pepsi 500 until 2009 and then was given the new name of the Pepsi 500, it will still feature all the heart-pounding betting action you’ve come to expect from a Nascar race.

Pepsi 500 Race Odds

Two big NASCAR weekends happen at this 2-mile oval: in February, a Craftsman Truck race one day and a Nationwide Series (formerly Busch Series) the next lead up to the Sprint Cup’s Auto Club 500; on Labor Day weekend, it’s another 300-lap Nationwide race and nicknamed ‘The Finish Under the Lights’.

The Pepsi 500 is the yearly race held at the end of the NASCAR season at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California. The Auto Club 500 is also a race held here each year. Beginning in 2004, the Pepsi 500 was added to the changes made in NASCAR as a whole. It was also not very popular with race fans as being a good choice. The newly named Pepsi Max 400 is always held at night and on Labor Day Weekend on a Sunday.
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Auto Club Speedway Track Specs
Track length: 2 miles
Banking: 14 degrees in turns; 11 degrees on frontstretch; 3 degrees on backstretch
Frontstretch: 3,100 feet
Backstretch: 2,500 feet
Grandstand seating capacity: 92,000
Opened: 1997

Pepsi Max 400 Results

2010 Pepsi 500 Winner

Tony Stewart held off Clint Bowyer by 0.455 seconds to win the 2010 Pepsi Max 400. Jimmie Johnson, the series points leader and four-time defending champ, finished third. Stewart moved up to fifth in the standings with six races left. Stewart was chased by Clint Bowyer up to the finish line, but they were not able to catch him this weekend. Following the race, Stewart moved to fifth in the points satndings after four of ten events in the Chase for the Sprint Cup.

2009 Pepsi 500 Winner

Jimmie Johnson overpowered the field Sunday night in the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Auto Club Speedway, grabbing his third victory of the season. The two-time reigning Cup champion was the class of the field in the Pepsi 500, leading 228 of the 250 laps on the 2-mile oval. He won the race at the former California Speedway for the second consecutive year and again gave notice to points leader Kyle Busch and series runner-up Carl Edwards the two hottest drivers in the series coming into the race that he remains a serious contender for a third title in a row.

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