NASCAR continues to claim the headlines in 2022 and Chase Elliott is the man of the moment heading into this weekend’s action.
Elliott is just +290 (bet $100 to win $290) to top the Cup Series Championship standings at the end of 2022 and he is also the favorite to claim victory at the Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona on Sunday.
While F1 is growing in popularity in the U.S. right now (thank Netflix for that) it will never rival NASCAR for top billing in motorsport.
The battle for the NASCAR Cup Series Championship is one of the hottest races in all of sports each year, and 2022 should be no different.
Here is the latest info as we start to take in what happened in Indianapolis last weekend.
NASCAR Odds This Week – Coke Zero Sugar 400
The Coke Zero Sugar 400 – the 2022 regular-season finale – takes place Sunday August 27 at Daytona International Speedway in Florida. And guess what – Chase is favorite again.
The 400-mile race starts at 7pm Eastern and NBC will have the call while you can stream the race on Fubo. It should be terrific action with the final playoff places up for grabs.
The latest odds from PointsBet are as follows:
- +1100 Chase Elliott
- +1200 Ryan Blaney
- +1200 Denny Hamlin
- +1300 Bubba Wallace
- +1400 Joey Logano
- +1400 Kyle Larson
- +1400 William Byron
- +1500 Ross Chastain
- +1800 Austin Cindric
- +1800 Kyle Busch
- +2000 Martin Truex Jr
- +2000 Tyler Reddick
NB: Odds correct at 4pm Eastern on Friday August 26, 2022
NASCAR Cup Series Championship Odds
Chase Elliott is now an even hotter favorite to win the prize at just +290.
Here are the latest odds heading into Florida this weekend:
- +290 Chase Elliott (FanDuel)
- +650 Kyle Larson (Widely available)
- +900 Denny Hamlin (BetMGM, Borgata)
- +900 Ross Chastain (BetMGM, Borgata)
- +1000 Kyle Busch (Widely available)
- +1300 Kevin Harvick (FanDuel)
- +1400 Martin Truex Jr (BetMGM, Borgata)
- +1500 Ryan Blaney (FanDuel)
- +1600 Christopher Bell (Widely available)
- +1600 Tyler Reddick (Unibet, SugarHouse)
NB: Odds correct August 26, 2022
Chase Elliott is the +1100 favorite to win the Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona. Those odds though tell you it is a pretty wide open betting line.
Absolutely, but it depends on what state you are in when you want to place the bet. U.S. sports betting laws are based on location not residency. Check out the latest on the legal situation.
The same as in other sports. Each driver will have a + number or a – number for you to bet on.
If a driver is +350 that means if you bet $100 and they win you get $350 plus your $100 back.
If a driver is -350 it means you need to bet $350 to win $100 plus your $100 stake back.
The simplest is the money line to win the race. You can also bet a driver to finish in the top 3 or top 5 – you’ll obviously get worse odds for those bets. Some sportsbooks also offer a ton of props around the major races.
That would be Hendrick Motorsports with an incredible 284 wins through 20 different drivers. Hendrick overtook Petty Enterprises last May when Kyle Larson claimed the win at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Coke 600. Petty had set the target of 269 and for a long time it appeared that might never be beaten.