Sprint All Star Challenge Odds

Sprint All Star Race brings every single impact driver on the NASCAR circuit, for an all out war. The race is AWESOME — just take every NASCAR driver who has won a race over the last two years, combine them with the winners of The Cup for the last decade, throw in the top qualifiers from the Sprint Showdown, and put them all together on the track of Lowes Motor Speedway, and you’ve got yourself one heck of a show.

NASCAR Sprint All-Star Challenge Betting Info

2012 Sprint All Star Challenge

Date: May 19, 2012

Arena: Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Location: Concord, North Carolina.

Odds to Win the Event: NASCAR Betting Lines

Where to Bet: Auto Racing Sportsbook

Charlotte Motor Speedway. Charlotte, NC

It’s a $1 million grand prize for the winning driver in a “Dash for the Cash” at the 26th running of Sprint All Star Race. This year, the prime time Saturday night race, variously known as The Winston and up until 2007 the Nextel All Star Challenge airs on Saturday, May 22, 2010 from its traditional home at the Lowe’s Motor Speedway.

Live NASCAR Sprint All Star Challenge Race Odds

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 22 event at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

The remainder of the format will remain the same as last year with a 50-lap segment (which will include a mandatory green-flag, four-tire pit stop following lap 25), a 20-lap segment, another 20-lap segment, a 10-minute break and the final 10-lap segment..

Prior to the final 10 laps, drivers will leave pit road in the order they finished the third segment, do a pace lap and then come down pit road for a four-tire stop. How they exit the pits will determine the order of the restart. All restarts will be double-file restarts.

Eligibility for the Sprint All Star Race:

  • Drivers and car owners who have won races in the current and preceding year. If a driver leaves a team with which he has won a race, he remains eligible
  • Drivers who are past Cup champions in the last 10 years
  • Drivers who have won The All-Star Race in the past 10 years
  • The winning driver of the Sprint Open Drivers who have won in previous years, not eligible by other criteria

Drivers currently eligible for the 2010 NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race (as of March 17): Kurt Busch, Kyle Busch, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jeff Gordon, Denny Hamlin, Kevin Harvick, Jimmie Johnson, Kasey Kahne, MattKenseth, Brad Keselowski, Bobby Labonte, Joey Logano, Mark Martin, Jamie McMurray, Ryan Newman, David Reutimann, Tony Stewart, and Brian Vickers.

NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race Results

2011 Sprint All-Star Race Winner

The 2011 NASCAR All-Star Race didn’t live up to the hype. That’s disappointing, although it doesn’t mean there’s necessarily anyone to blame.

Every race has a winner, but not every race can be a winner. This one wasn’t – unless you’re a fan of All-Star champ Carl Edwards, of course. Just last year, the All-Star Race was one of the more memorable events of the season. There were wrecks, flared tempers, hurt feelings and drama – enough to fill not only newspaper columns and highlight reels, but a flood of television commercials that relentlessly hyped this year’s edition.

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 All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Kurt Busch, driver of the No. 2 Penske Racing Dodge and got 7th position last year was proclaimed winner of NASCAR All-Star Race 2010. He, whose starting position was at the Pole, was able to maintain a perfect lead.

2009 All-Star Race Winner

Tony Stewart: Passes Matt Kenseth with two laps to go for his first win.

For the 25th anniversary of the race, two of the more popular elements of the classic format returned for this special edition. The first segment became a 50-lap quarter, with a mandatory pit stop taking place in Lap 25 of the segment, the pit stop must be a four-tire Stop and take place during a green flag condition. Following the first two segments, cars will have the option of pitting, but they will lose track position should they do so. The second and third segments were twenty laps each, returning to the 2007 format. Following the end of the third segment, a ten-minute break took place, allowing for adjustment of cars preceding the final segment, a ten-green flag lap shootout. The popularity of the double-file restarts throughout the race lead NASCAR to adopt the rule for the second half of the 2009 season.

2008 All-Star Race Winner

Kasey Kahne won last year’s 2008 all-star race after the fans voted him into the lineup. Kasey Kahne, who got in the event because the fans voted him in, won NASCAR’s Sprint All-Star Race in Concord, N.C., Saturday night.

Kahne finished 1.327 seconds ahead of Greg Biffle at the 1.5-mile Lowe’s Motor Speedway. He took the lead with 17 laps remaining and held of a challenge from Biffle


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