A. J. Allmendinger With +1600 Odds To Repeat Verizon 200 Win

  • A.J. Allmendinger won the Verizon 200 last year, and has +1600 odds to repeat this year.
  • Chase Elliott has +400 odds to win the Verizon 200.
  • Kyle Larson, last year’s Cup Series winner, has +650 odds to win the Verizon 200.

SPEEDWAY, Ind. - A.J. Allmendinger won the Verizon 200 at the Brickyard last year, but he’s not anywhere near the top of the odds boards in 2022.

Allmendinger odds are found eighth on the board, at +1600, tied with Chase Briscoe, Kyle Busch and Ryan Blaney.

Allmendinger’s win at the 2021 Verizon 200 was his team’s first in the NASCAR Cup Series, and he’ll look to bring them another.

He’s a bit of a road course specialist – he currently holds the record for most wins at a road course in the NASCAR Xfinity Series with six.

Allmendinger is famous for splitting his time between broadcast work and driving, but he’s back in the Cup Series full time now, and that could yield good results for anyone taking his odds at online betting sites.

Verizon 200 At The Brickyard Odds

  • Chase Elliott +400
  • Kyle Larson +650
  • Ross Chastain +750
  • Tyler Reddick +1000
  • Daniel Suarez +1100
  • Martin Truex Jr. +1400
  • Austin Cindric +1500
  • A.J. Allmendinger +1600
  • Chase Briscoe +1600
  • Kyle Busch +1600
  • Ryan Blaney +1600

Leading the Verizon 200 odds is Chase Elliott, who has +400 odds, and has finished in either first or second place in his last five races.

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Some might quibble with this, as Elliott was awarded first place at the Pocono 400 after Denny Hamlin, who finished first, and Kyle Busch, who finished second, were disqualified for cheating.

However, the numbers don’t lie, and Elliott is at this point the most consistent top finisher in the NASCAR Cup Series.

Coming in second place on the odds boards is Kyle Larson, fresh off of a Best Driver award win at the 2022 ESPYS

Larson, the reigning Cup Series champion, won the award for his feats in 2021, but has not performed nearly as well so far in the 2022 season.

He’s currently ranked sixth in the Cup Series, and he’s coming off of a fifth place performance, a 14th place performance, and a 13th place performance.