Chase Elliott is the Favorite in the Bank of America ROVAL 400 odds.

Bank Of America ROVAL 400 Odds: Elliott Is The Chalk

Bubba Wallace’s first victory in the NASCAR Cup Series was a shining moment in a rain-shortened Talladega race last week as he became the first black driver to win a Cup Series race since 1963. He and the rest of the drivers now move on from a superspeedway to Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course for the final race in the Round of 8. Chase Elliott is the favorite in the Bank of America ROVAL 400 odds for this weekend.


Online sportsbook Sportsbook has released Bank of America ROVAL 400 odds with Elliott as the +200 favorite. He’s followed by teammate Kyle Larson at +450, Martin Truex Jr. at +700, Kyle Busch at +1100 and Denny Hamlin at +1200 to round out the top five drivers on the oddsboard.

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Bank Of America ROVAL 400 Odds: Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course

Odds to Win the Bank of America ROVAL 400
Driver Odds
Chase Elliott +200
Kyle Larson +450
Martin Truex Jr. +700
Kyle Busch +1100
Denny Hamlin +1200
Christopher Bell +1400
William Byron +1400
A.J. Allmendinger +1500
Joey Logano +2000
Ryan Blaney +2000
Alex Bowman +2500
Kevin Harvick +2800
Kurt Busch +2800
Brad Keselowski +4000
Chase Briscoe +4000
Ross Chastain +4000
Tyler Reddick +5000
Matt DiBenedetto +6000
Erik Jones +10000
Michael McDowell +10000
Aric Almirola +12500
Chris Buescher +12500
Austin Dillon +15000
Cole Custer +20000
Daniel Suarez +20000
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. +20000
Bubba Wallace +25000
Ryan Newman +35000
Ryan Preece +40000
Corey LaJoie +50000
Justin Haley +50000
Anthony Alfredo +100000
Joey Hand +100000
Cody Ware +150000
Garrett Smithley +150000
Josh Bilicki +150000
Kyle Tilley +150000
Quin Houff +150000
Timmy Hill +150000

Odds as of October 6 at Sportsbook

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Why Is Elliott Favored In The Bank Of America ROVAL 400 Odds?

I think it’s safe to say that Elliott is the current road king in the NASCAR Cup Series. He has won seven of 18 road courses that he has started in and finished inside the top five in 11 of those races. Furthermore, the reigning Cup Series champion picked up his first-ever Cup Series victory at a road course, Watkins Glen, in dominant fashion.

Why is Elliott the favorite specifically at Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course? Well, there have been just three races at this track in Cup Series history, beginning in 2018 when Chase finished sixth. In the two most recent outings – you guessed it – checkered flag for Elliott, who led 62 of a potential 218 laps over the two outings.


NASCAR Predictions This Week For The Bank Of America ROVAL 400

With tight corners in the final race in the Round of 12, there could be a lot of paint trading that could shake up the race, especially down the stretch if a driver needs to gain a few spots to get into the Round of 8. It’s an exciting time and an exciting race to determine the next round of the playoffs. Here are my three best bets for the Bank of America ROVAL 400.

Chase Elliott +200: It feels almost irresponsible to not pick Elliott at a road course. He has been so dominant at all of them, including Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course, where he’s won the last two Cup Series events. While I dislike the odds at just 2:1, it does make sense and it’s hard to argue with his success. Additionally, he’s only nine points up from the cut-off line and needs a strong performance.

Kyle Larson +450: While Larson hasn’t been the most dominant road course driver, he has been the most dominant driver as a whole this season, positioning him as the favorite in the NASCAR Cup Series championship odds. In his first trip to Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course in 2018, he led the most laps (47) but finished 25th.

Larson led another five laps in his second appearance a year later but finished outside of the top 10 again. He’ll be starting two spots behind Elliott at the drop of the green flag and I think the two teammates work together to get to the front.

William Byron +1400: It’s a clean sweep for Hendrick Motorsports for me and while a shot on Alex Bowman at +2500 is intriguing, I like Byron’s chances a little more. He has back-to-back sixth-place finishes at this track but tied for the most laps led last year and had the third-most laps led the previous year. Bowman had better finishes but failed to lead any laps – that’s why I lean more toward Byron, who needs a win to advance and is starting right behind his teammate, Kyle Larson.