NASCAR Allstar Race

  • Kevin Harvick has +400 odds to win the All-Star Race while Chase Elliott and Denny Hamlin both have +600 odds.
  • With favorites atop the board, “the field” is given +900 odds along with many longshot odds on drivers like Cole Custer (+3300).

BRISTOL, Tenn.The NASCAR All-Star race is set to take place Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. EST from the Bristol Motor Speedway.

Kevin Harvin is currently the favorite to win the race and it is clear as to why. However, legal sports betting sites have weighed in on every driver’s NASCAR odds, including some of the most notable against the field.

NASCAR All-Star Race Odds

  • Kevin Harvick #4 +400
  • Chase Elliott #9 +600
  • Denny Hamlin #11 +600
  • Kyle Busch #18 +650
  • Martin Truex Jr. #19 +750
  • Ryan Blaney #12 +800
  • Brad Keselowski #2 +900
  • Field +900
  • Joey Logano #22 +900
  • Kurt Busch #1 +1200
  • Alex Bowman #88 +2000
  • Jimmie Johnson #48 +2000
  • Erik Jones #20 +2500
  • Cole Custer #41 +3300
  • Matt Kenseth #42 +3300
  • Ryan Newman +5000
  • Justin Haley +10000

Harvin is the favorite as he currently leads the NASCAR Power Rankings with 30 points as he has been on a tear recently placing four top-five finishes in his last four races.

This is very impressive and it definitely backs up his favored NASCAR odds. Despite the short odds, bettors should not have a problem here betting on him.

When looking at Chase Elliott, it is surprising that his odds are as short as they are, as he did not even crack the top ten in the power rankings and did not receive any votes either. In three of his last five races, he has finished over 20th place, including a 38th place finish in one of them

As for Denny Hamlin, he had a tough week but luckily for him, he managed to remain in the top in the power rankings going from the fifth spot down to ninth. His last two races could be seen as unforgettable as he had a 12th and 28th place finish, but the previous three races were all top-five finishes.

Bettors can take advantage of Hamlin’s race odds and take the bigger payout here.

Martin Truex Jr. could be seen as a dark horse candidate here with his +750 odds as he made a huge run in this week’s power rankings. He went from unranked all the way up to the fifth spot, thanks to his five top-ten finishes over his last eight races – including a first-place finish at the Martinsville Speedway.

He has shown that he is the real deal and that he should be taken seriously in any race he is in. Bettors should not be upset betting on Truex to win.

While many other longshots on the NASCAR All-Star race are present, it is up to each bettor to decide if they will play chalk or take a chance on a bigger payout.

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