- Kevin Harvick is favored to win the final race with +375 odds.
- Chase Elliott and Denny Hamlin both have +475 odds to win the Season Finale 500.
- Joey Logano is sitting at +600 odds to win the race.
PHOENIX – With the final race of the NASCAR season on the horizon, NASCAR bettors should begin closing in on who they think will be victorious in the Season Finale 500.
The race is slated to begin on Sunday at 3:00 p.m. EST from the Phoenix Raceway.
Currently, legal sports betting apps have Kevin Harvick listed as the favorite to win as he has been the top driver all season long.
Season Finale 500 Odds
- Kevin Harvick #4 +375
- Chase Elliott #9 +475
- Denny Hamlin #11 +475
- Brad Keselowski #2 +500
- Joey Logano #22 +600
Starting at the top with Kevin Harvick, he has been easily the top driver all season long as he leads in every category across the board with 2380 points, 9 first place wins, 20 top-five finishes, and 26 top-10 finishes.
He has been on a bit of a rough patch as in his last six races, he has finished outside of the top 10 in all but one of them. However, he is still the top driver in the series and cannot be counted out at all.
He was eliminated from the Championship Four this past week so he could be coming into the race looking to make a statement. That being said he is well-deserving of the top slot on the NASCAR odds boards.
Tied for the second slot on the NASCAR odds boards are Chase Elliott and Denny Hamlin. Hamlin could be seen as having a slight advantage here over Elliott as he has the second-most wins on the season with 7 and also the second most top-5 finished with 17.
He also has 20 top-10 finishes.
As for Elliott, he has had an impressive season here as well with four wins on the year which includes 14 top-five finishes and 21 top-10 finishes. He has been very impressive in his last three games where he has seen one win, a top-five finish and a top ten finish.
Either way, a bet on Hamlin or Elliott would both offer decent payouts as they are a bit far out of the top spot on the odds boards.
At the fourth spot on the odds boards here is Brad Keselowski who had himself a great season in the Cup Series. Keselowski has gone for four wins on the year which includes 12 top-five finishes and 23 top-ten finished which is the second most of all drivers.
He is also a part of the Championship Four as well.
The fifth spot on the NASCAR odds boards is Joey Logano. Logano could be considered as the odd man out here as he has the least amount of wins of the top five on the odds boards with just three.
He also has the least amount of top-five finishes with 11 and top ten finishes with 20. However, he is in the Championship Four for a reason and could, in fact, pull off an upset here offering a great payout.
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