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2022 NASCAR Daytona 500 Odds

The 2022 NASCAR Cup Series will begin with the Daytona 500 on Sunday Feb. 20 at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida.

This will be the first race of the 2022 season as part of the scheduled 36-race season.

Michael McDowell pulled off an upset last season to take the checkered flag at the 2021 Daytona 500 and he's not expect to repeat.

According to Caesars Sportsbook, McDowell has 60/1 odds to repeat in 2022.

  • Date: Sunday, February 20, 2022
  • Venue: Daytona International Speedway
  • Location: Daytona Beach, Florida
  • Distance: 500 miles
  • Laps: 200
  • Network-Time: FOX - 3:00 p.m. ET
2022 NASCAR Daytona 500 Odds (2/20/22)
Team Odds
Denny Hamlin +650
Ryan Blaney +1000
Chase Elliot +1000
Brad Keselowski +1000
Joey Logano +1000
Kyle Larson +1200
Kyle Busch +1200
Kevin Harvick +1400
Bubba Wallace +1500
Martin Truex Jr. +1500
Will Byron +1500
Alex Bowman +1800
Aric Almirola +2000
Christopher Bell +2000
Kurt Busch +3000
Tyler Reddick +3000
Austin Cindric +3000
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. +3000
Austin Dillon +3000
Ross Chastain +5000
Chris Buescher +6000
Chase Briscoe +6000
Michael McDowell +6000
Harrison Burton +6000
Erik Jones +7500

2022 NASCAR Cup Championship Odds

Kyle Larson and the No. 5 team captured the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series Championship and oddsmakers at Caesars Sportsbook have him listed as the 5/2 (Bet $100 to win $250) favorite to repeat in 2022.

We haven't had a repeat winner in the NASCAR Cup Series since 2010 so the trends are against Larson.

  • Date: Sunday, November 6, 2022
  • Venue: Phoenix Speedway
  • Location: Phoenix, Arizona
2022 NASCAR Cup Championship Odds (11/6/22)
Team Odds
Kyle Larson +250
Martin Truex Jr. +450
Chase Elliot +450
Denny Hamlin +450
Kyle Busch +1000
Ryan Blaney +1000
Will Byron +1200
Kevin Harvick +1500
Brad Keselowski +1500
Joey Logano +2000
Alex Bowman +3000
Kurt Busch +3000
Christopher Bell +4000
Austin Cindric +6000
Tyler Reddick +7500
Austin Dillon +10000
Aric Almirola +10000
Ross Chastain +20000
Bubba Wallace +25000
Chris Buescher +30000
Harrison Burton +50000
Erik Jones +50000
Daniel Suarez +50000
Cole Custer +75000
Chase Briscoe +75000

Odds Provided by Caesars Sportsbook - Subject to Change - Updated Thursday, Nov. 11 - 12:30 PM ET

How To Bet Auto Racing Futures

The “Odds to Win” wager in auto racing is very simple to understand. Put simply, you just need to select the driver that will capture the checkered flag of the race You select any of the drivers in the race and your payout for the bet will depend on the odds given at the time of the wager. This wager can be placed until the race begins.

To figure out your Win Amount, take the odds and multiply by the amount wagered. Ex. Denny Hamlin (5/2) - Denny Hamlin is listed as a 5/2 betting choice. If you wager $100 on Hamlin to win the event and he comes in first, then you would win $250 (5 ÷ 2 x 100). You would collect $350, which includes your win and stake ($100).

What does the FIELD mean? Many races will include a betting selection called the Field. This bet consists of all drivers not listed in the “Odds to Win.” Most races have a set number of drivers but it’s rare to see oddsmakers put a price on every driver that will race. Drivers that are given the least opportunity to win the race will be grouped into the “Field” odds and paid out accordingly if they win.

Betting on NASCAR Odds

Where can I bet on NASCAR?

There are several legal sportsbook options in the United States. Visit our sportsbook directory to find online sportsbooks where you can bet on NASCAR races.

Who are the experts picking to win?

Our experts offer picks on all the big auto racing events. Check out our preview content or pick packages for the most up to date NASCAR predictions.

What type of bets can I make on NASCAR races?

The future odds show each racer's odds to win an event outright. Certain sportsbook may also offer other betting angles, such as Top 3 Finish, Top 5 Finish, and Car Number Over/Under.

Where can I learn how to bet on auto racing?

To learn more about betting on NASCAR and other auto races, check out our auto racing betting tutorial.

What other auto racing sports are available to wager on?

Outside of NASCAR, the most popular auto racing sport to bet on is Formula 1 which is commonly known as F1. F1 is the most popular auto racing sport in the world, and typically travels to one country per race each season. Aside from global travel, the most obviously difference between F1 and NASCAR is that F1 uses formula cars as opposed to stock cars. Also, aside from a few races per year, NASCAR typically sees an oval track whereas F1 circuits feature numerous turns in a race. Be sure to visit our F1 betting page for odds, schedules and much more betting information.

Another popular auto racing sport to bet on is the MotoGP league. MotoGP is very similar to F1 in terms of the sport's format, the main difference being that MotoGP uses motorcycles instead of formula cars. The league travels globally and typically competes on the same circuits F1 uses. IndyCar racing is also available for wagering, also using formula cars but traveling within continental America only. The Indy 500 is the most popular race on the IndyCar Series to bet on.

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