June 16, 2021
The NASCAR Cup Series will head to Nashville Superspeedway on Sunday, June 20 for the Ally 400, an exhibition race for one million dollars.
Check out my Betting Preview and also my Top 5 Finish Predictions for the Ally 400 below.
Good Luck and see the cashier!
Ally 400 Race Top-5 Finish Prediction
Top-5 Finish Prediction:
1) #48 Alex Bowman (14/1)
Odds Subject to Change
Note: Winner of each race listed in RED
Kyle Larson cashed tickets at the All-Star race in Texas, marking his third consecutive victory. (AP)
NASCAR 2021 Betting Results
The 2021 NASCAR season is underway and bettors backing long shots have prospered in the first three points races of the season.
In the Daytona 500 on Feb. 14, Michael McDowell cashed tickets at a 100/1 price (Bet $100 to win $10,000).
One week later on the road course from Daytona, we watched Christopher Bell and the #20 car cash tickets at odds as high as 55/1.
On Feb. 28, William Byron kept the big ticket trend pushing forward as the No. 24 team won as a 33/1 betting choice from Homestead.
Larson celebrates return with 1st win since suspension
Kyle Larson, a 10/1 betting choice, raced to his first NASCAR victory since he was reinstated from a nearly yearlong suspension.
The win was the second straight for Hendrick Motorsports, who now have two of its four drivers locked into the playoffs just one month into the new season. William Byron being the other one.
Truex Jr. wins NASCAR Cup race at Phoenix
Martin Truex Jr., a 11/1 betting shot, blew past Joey Logano on the final restart and pulled away for his first NASCAR Cup Series victory of the season and 28th overall in his career.
Blaney steals Atlanta victory from Larson
Ryan Blaney raced by Kyle Larson, who faded on a battered set of tired. Blaney, a 16/1 betting choice, became the sixth driver to win in six races to start the 2021 NASCAR Cup season.
Larson had the best car on the day, easily winning the first two stages as he led 269 of 325 laps on the 1.54-mile trioval.
Logano cashes a big ticket
It took an extra day but Joey Logano captured the checkered flag for NASCAR’s first Cup Series race at a dirt track in 50 years.
Logano was listed as high as a 30/1 betting choice to win on Monday.
The #22 team and Logano became the seventh driver to win in seven races to start the 2021 NASCAR Cup season.
Listed below are the winners and odds for all of the points and exhibition races for the 2021 NASCAR season.
Martin Truex Jr. become first repeat winner in 2021
From Martinsville, Truex Jr. won for the third time in the last four races at this venue and became the first repeat winner this season.
He was listed as the top betting choice to win this race, in the neighborhood of 7/2 to 4/1 betting odds.
Bowman takes Richmond win
Alex Bowman, a 33/1 betting choice, came from nowhere with 10 laps to go at Richmond Raceway to put the No. 48 Chevrolet in victory lane for the first time in nearly four years.
Brad Keselowski wins Talladega
Despite only leading one lap, Brad Keselowski managed to captured an overtime race at Talladega. The GEICO 500 win for Keselowski was the first victory of the season for the No. 2 car.
Keselowski is the ninth driver to win through 10 NASCAR Cup races this season.
Kyle Busch captures Kansas win
Kyle Busch was perfect on a pair of late restarts and won a two-lap sprint to the finish at Kansas Speedway as he cashed win tickets with odds listed as high as 11/1.
Busch became the 10th different winner through the first 11 races of a topsy-turvy NASCAR Cup Series regular season.
Win No. 3 for Truex Jr.
Martin Truex, a +750 betting choice, dominated Darlington on Sunday for his third win of the season.
Truex Jr. is the only driver this season with multiple victories and the Joe Gibbs Racing driver is considered the top contender to win this year's NASCAR Cup Series.
Hendrick Domination at Dover
Alex Bowman parked the No. 48 Chevrolet in its familiar spot in victory lane at Dover International Speedway, leading a 1-2-3-4 finish for Hendrick Motorsports on Sunday.
Bowman was listed as high as a 25/1 betting choice to capture the Drydene 400. The victory was the second this season for the No. 48 team, who also cashed 33/1 tickets at Richmond last month.
Elliott takes Austin Victory
Chase Elliott raced to a short and slippery victory at NASCAR’s debut at the Circuit of the Americas in a race that was cut short by 14 laps due to rainy and windy conditions.
The victory for the No. 9 team and Elliott was the first of the season and his sixth time on a NASCAR Cup Series road course. He's now won five of last six road races and it's no surprise that he went off as an 8/5 betting favorite (Bet $100 to win $160).
Larson gives Rick Hendrick record-breaker
Rick Hendrick became the winningest owner in NASCAR Cup Series history on Sunday after Kyle Larson and the No. 5 team captured the Coca-Cola 600 from Concord, North Carolina.
Hendrick had four drivers finishing in the top five including the winner in Larson, who was an 11/2 betting choice to win the race
Henrick continues month of dominance
Kyle Larson beat teammate Chase Elliott in overtime at Sonoma Raceway to win his second consecutive race as Hendrick Motorsports continued a month of dominance.
The No. 5 car was listed as high as a 6/1 betting choice to capture the Toyota/Save Mart 350 in Sonoma.