- Denny Hamlin has +500 odds to win the HighPoint.com Pocono 400 on Sunday.
- Martin Truex Jr. and Kyle Busch are just behind him on the odds boards.
- Last year’s winner, Chase Elliott, won under odd circumstances and is sixth on the odds boards.
LONG POND, Pa. - The HighPoint.com Pocono 400 features the top drivers in NASCAR this weekend, with the race kicking off at 3:30 p.m. ET on Sunday.
Last year, the race was won by Chase Elliott, who is currently sixth on the online sportsbooks with +1000 odds.
HighPoint.Com Pocono 400 NASCAR Odds
- Denny Hamlin +500
- Martin Truex Jr. +650
- Kyle Busch +700
- Kyle Larson +750
- William Byron +850
- Chase Elliott +1000
- Ross Chastain +1200
- Ryan Blaney +1200
- Christopher Bell +1400
- Tyler Reddick +1400
Leading the pack this year is Denny Hamlin, who has a sizable odds advantage at +500 over his closest competitor, Martin Truex Jr., at +650.
Hamlin was the “actual” winner of the race last year before he was disqualified for an illegal modification to his car.
Kyle Busch, at +700, finished “second” last year, behind Hamlin, before also being disqualified for illegal modifications to his car.
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Hamlin, Busch and Truex Jr. all opened around +550, but as the bets have poured in, Hamlin has shown himself to be the true favorite, with Busch and Truex Jr. dropping behind him.
Truex Jr. is the current point leader in the NASCAR Cup Series, but the wins leader, William Byron, is also hovering in the top ten, with +850 odds to win the HighPoint.com Pocono 400.
With only six races remaining in the season before the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs, the top drivers will all be jockeying for position and seeding.
NASCAR betting fans can wager on this event already at online sportsbooks, and will be able to place live wagers after it starts at 3:30 p.m. ET on Sunday.
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