- Kevin Harvick is favored to the O’Reilly Auto Parts 500at +275 odds.
- Kyle Busch follows with +550 odds while Brad Keselowski (+1100) has longshot odds.
FORT WORTH, Tx.—The O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 will be taking place Sunday at the Texas Motor Speedway with 40 drivers participating in today’s race. This includes the Busch brothers, Kevin Harvick, Deny Hamlin and Brad Keselowski.
Legal sports betting sites have Kevin Harvick as the favorite at +275 and rightfully so.
Harvick is no joke and arguably the top driver in NASCAR today.
O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 Odds
- Kevin Harvick #4 +275
- Kyle Busch #18 +550
- Deny Hamlin #11 +575
- Martin Truex Jr. #19 +800
- Ryan Blaney #12 +800
- Chase Elliot #9 +850
- Brad Keselowski #2 +1100
- Joey Logano #22 +1100
- Aric Almirola +1900
Harvick has been holding his own weight at the top of NASCAR and has shown no signs of slowing down. He is currently at the top of the NASCAR Power Rankings for this week and was at the top last week as well.
Harvick is tied in first with wins amongst all NASCAR drivers with four wins but has pulled ahead in all other categories. He leads drivers in top-five finishes with 10 and top-ten finishes with 14. He also leads in points with an amazing 675 points.
This should be more than enough information for bettors to use to bet on Harvick’s NASCAR odds.
Kyle Busch’s odds follow Harvick at +550. Busch is coming off of a great win in the My Bariatric Solutions 300 where he was a heavy favorite and held to those standards.
Other than his recent win, it should be a surprise that he is so high up on the oddsboard as he is not even mentioned in the power rankings this week and is currently 11th amongst all drivers in points with 477 odds.
Bettors should not be fazed by his second-place odds and should look either at the favorite Harvick or another dark horse candidate.
Denny Hamlin And Brad Keselowski
Hamlin comes in at third at legal sportsbooks with +575 odds and respectfully. Hamlin did take a dip in the power rankings but still managed to stay in the top ten as he went from the fourth spot down to the ninth spot.
He backs up his odds even more with his four total wins as well as his nine top-five finishes and 10 top-ten finishes. Hamlin is, however, down in the sixth spot when it comes to total points amongst drivers with 553 points.
Keselowski is considered a big-time underdog here to win and bettors who are looking to take the risk should be doing it here. Keselowski has earned a spot on the power rankings this week as he is tied for the third spot and was also third last week as well. He also has the second-most points amongst NASCAR drivers with 587. He also has two wins under his belt with 12 top ten finishes and six top-five finishes.
There should be no doubt when betting here as he is a prove driver in NASCAR and could really shake some waves in the betting world if he wins. The race begins at 3 p.m. EST and can be viewed on NBC Sports.
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