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Verizon 200 at the Brickyard Odds: Elliott Holds Shortest Odds

Chase Elliott is the favorite in the Verizon 200 at the Brickyard odds at Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course.

Although the NASCAR Cup Series has visited Indianapolis Motor Speedway annually for many years, this is the first time drivers will run on the Brickyard’s road course. Last week at Watkins Glen, another road course, it was Kyle Larson who drove to victory lane. However, it is teammate Chase Elliott who is the chalk in the Verizon 200 at the Brickyard odds this week.

Online sportsbook Bovada has released the Verizon 200 at the Brickyard odds with Elliott as the +200 favorite. He is followed closely by Larson at +300, Martin Truex Jr. at +800, Kyle Busch at +1100 and Denny Hamlin at +1400 to round out the top five drivers on the oddsboard.

We can examine the NASCAR odds further by using our sports betting calculator. Elliott’s odds of +200 represent an implied win probability of 33.33 percent and a winning $100 bet on him to win the race would profit you $200. See our How to Bet NASCAR guide to give you all the tips you need for placing a bet on the race.

Verizon 200 at the Brickyard Odds: Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course

Odds to Win The Verizon 200 at the Brickyard
Chase Elliott+200
Kyle Larson+300
Martin Truex Jr.+800
Kyle Busch+1100
Denny Hamlin+1400
Austin Cindric+1800
Christopher Bell+1800
William Byron+2000
A.J. Allmendinger+2500
Joey Logano+2500
Kevin Harvick+2800
Alex Bowman+3000
Ryan Blaney+3300
Chase Briscoe+4000
Kurt Busch+4000
Ross Chastain+4000
Brad Keselowski+5000
Tyler Reddick+5000
Matt DiBenedetto+8000
Aric Almirola+12500
Michael McDowell+12500
Austin Dillon+15000
Chris Buescher+15000
Cole Custer+15000
Daniel Suarez+20000
Erik Jones+20000
Ricky Stenhouse Jr.+25000
Darrell Wallace Jr.+35000
Ryan Preece+35000
Corey LaJoie+40000
Justin Haley+40000
Ryan Newman+40000
Anthony Alfredo+75000
Cody Ware+150000
James Davison+150000
Josh Bilicki+150000
Kyle Tilley+150000
Quin Houff+150000
Timmy Hill+150000

Odds as of August 12 at Bovada

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Why is Elliott the Favorite to Win at Indianapolis Motor Speedway?

To start, Elliott’s two victories this season have both come at a road course. Furthermore, he has finished first or second in four of the five road-course races this year, with only a late accident at the Daytona Road Course resulting in a finish outside of the top 10.

In the two races in which he finished second, it was teammate Kyle Larson who picked up the checkered flag, including last week at Watkins Glen – despite Elliott having the fastest car and driving to the front from the rear twice.

Elliott has now run in 17 road courses in the Cup Series and has seven victories to show for it, with 10 top-five finishes. It all boils down to Chase being the road king right now – he should rightfully be the favorite ahead of every road-course race.

NASCAR Prediction This Week for the Verizon 200 at the Brickyard: Indianapolis Motor Speedway

NASCAR has had a few races added to the schedule this season for the first time, which can make handicapping difficult. That said, with this being a road course, there are certain drivers who always find themselves in the mix at the end of the race and that’s where I have to lay my money.

Chase Elliott +200: Chase is the road king. He finished 21st at the Daytona Road Course earlier this year after leading most of the race, but since then he has two wins and two second-place finishes in four road courses. I anticipate Elliott once again challenging for a checkered flag at another road course this weekend.

Kyle Larson +300: If it isn’t Chase winning the road courses, then it must be Kyle Larson – at least that has been the case in the last four runnings. There’s merit in betting Larson nearly every week this season, especially for a top-five finish. He has the most wins and most stage wins, by far the most laps led and is tied for the most top-five finishes. Never stress a Larson bet.

Kyle Busch +1100: Busch had some difficulties in 2020 and finally got the monkey off his back at Kansas with a win earlier this season. Including that race, he has nine top-five finishes over 13 races – two wins and seven podium finishes. When Kyle is in a groove, he’s without a doubt a hard driver to fade. However, it is paramount that he has a good qualifying effort on Sunday morning.