Aaron's 499 Betting Preview

Kevin Harvick has won two of the last three Sprint Cup Series races and is the defending champion at the Aaron's 499. As a result, Harvick is the odds-on favorite at +650 at Sportsbook to repeat his performance at the Talladega Superspeedway on Sunday.

In addition to his victories Harvick has produced two other Top-10 finishes this season, and he will garner a ton of support for this race on the NASCAR betting lines. Harvick now sits in ninth in the Sprint Cup Series standings.

Kyle Busch is second in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series standings and he also comes in as the second favorite to capture the race at Talladega. Sportsbook has Kyle Busch as a +900 favorite to win.

Brother Kurt Busch is pegged third on the NASCAR betting lines at +1200 (12/1 odds) to cross the finish line in first place this Sunday.

ADVERTISEMENT: NASCAR fans get plenty of wagering options when they check out the Aarons 499 odds menu at Sportsbook today. Keep tabs on qualifying to see who is favored oon race day and which driver matchups offer the best betting value!

Matt Kenseth took last week's Samsung Mobile 500 NASCAR race at Texas, and climbed to third in the driver standings. Kenseth is just one of a few drivers with at least four Top-10 finishes. He could be a good wager at +2000 (20/1 odds) for the Aaron's 499.

A dark horse on the Aaron's 499 odds menu at Sportsbook is last year’s Talladega runner-up Jamie McMurray, who is listed at +1500 (15/1 odds) to take the checkered flag this weekend. McMurray is due to break out with just one Top-10 finish this season.

There are six other drivers that come in at +1500 on the NASCAR betting lines including Jimmie Johnson, who has four Top-10 finishes and is fourth overall in the standings. The field is listed at +2500 (25/1 odds).

Top 3 betting has the odds-on favorite Harvick at +200, with Kyle Busch slightly behind as a good wager for a Top-3 finish at +250 on the NASCAR betting lines.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. is a name you hear a lot, and he sits in sixth place in the Sprint Cup Series standings. His four Top-10 finishes make him a consistent choice at +300 for a placing inside the Top 3.

Tony Stewart is in 10th place in the driver standings and could be a solid pick at +350 for a Top-3 finish. 2009 Sportsbook Brad Keselowski could be a good darkhorse bet at +1800 for a Top-3 finish.

An interesting line on driver matchups has Earnhardt Jr. as a +110 underdog against race favorite Kevin Harvick, while Kyle Busch is at EVEN odds up against Harvick in driver matchup betting lines.