Kyle Larson Expected To Continue Dominance In South Point 400

  • Kyle Larson is the +290 betting favorite to win the South Point 400.
  • Denny Hamlin has +800 odds as the third choice on the odds board with sportsbooks.

LAS VEGASKyle Larson is the current favorite to win the South Point 400 as he remains the most dominant racer in the Cup Series. The odds may not be the most favorable, but the competition may not be strong enough to bet against Larson.

South Point 400 Odds

  • Kyle Larson #5 +290
  • Kyle Busch #18 +600
  • Chase Elliott #9 +800
  • Denny Hamlin #11 +800
  • Martin Truex Jr. #19 +800
  • Joey Logano #22 +1000
  • Kevin Harvick #4 +1100
  • Brad Keselowski #2 +1150
  • William Byron #24 +1200
  • Ryan Blaney #12 +1300
  • Alex Bowman #48 +2000
  • Christopher Bell #20 +2500
  • Kurt Busch #1 +3300
  • Austin Dillon #3 +5000
  • Tyler Reddick #8 +5000
  • Matt DiBenedetto #21 +6600
  • Aric Almirola #10 +8000
  • Ross Chastain #42 +10000

Kyle Larson To Win (+290)

Kyle Larson has six wins this season and is expected to make it seven in Las Vegas as online sportsbooks give him the shortest odds to take home the South Point 400.

Larson led over 100 laps in NASCAR’s earlier visit to Las Vegas this year and has seen much success in his career in the city. He has a win, five top-ten placements, and an average finish of 5.83 in his last six races in Vegas. With pole position, Larson's job gets even easier.

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There is so much information pointing in Larson’s direction that the +290 odds may actually be generously offered. Those betting on NASCAR should be very cautious when going against Larson.

Who Would Be The Upset Pick?

Denny Hamlin +800 could be worth a bet as he had the highest average speed rank in Las Vegas a year ago, but even then, he finished third. He’s third in the Cup Series standings and has placed within the top 10 in three straight events and within the top five in three of his last six races overall.

As mentioned, it’ll be tough for anyone to cross the finish line before Larson, but Hamlin is seemingly on the shortlist of people who may be capable of doing so.

The race will begin at 7 p.m. EST on Sunday night and can be seen via NBC Sports.