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Federated Auto Parts 400 Odds: Truex Leads The Oddsboard

Martin Truex Jr. is the favorite in the Federated Auto Parts 400 odds.

Following a difficult race at Darlington that shook up the playoff standings, the NASCAR Cup Series now heads to Richmond Raceway for the Federated Auto Parts 400. Denny Hamlin picked up his long-awaited first win of the season last week and is second in the Federated Auto Parts 400 odds, with Martin Truex Jr. listed as the chalk.

Online sportsbook Bovada has released the Federated Auto Parts 400 betting odds with Truex listed at +400, followed by Hamlin at +500, Kyle Busch at +650, Joey Logano at +700 and Kyle Larson at +900 to round out the top five drivers on the oddsboard.

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Federated Auto Parts 400 Odds: Richmond Raceway

Odds to Win the federated auto parts 400: richmond Raceway
Martin Truex Jr.+400
Denny Hamlin+500
Kyle Busch+650
Joey Logano+700
Kyle Larson+900
Brad Keselowski+1000
Kevin Harvick+1100
Chase Elliott+1200
Christopher Bell+1500
William Byron+1600
Alex Bowman+1800
Ryan Blaney+2000
Aric Almirola+3000
Kurt Busch+3000
Austin Dillon+5000
Ross Chastain+5000
Matt DiBenedetto+6000
Tyler Reddick+6000
Cole Custer+8000
Ricky Stenhouse Jr.+10000
Chris Buescher+13000
Daniel Suarez+13000
Bubba Wallace+15000
Chase Briscoe+15000
Ryan Newman+15000
Erik Jones+20000
Michael McDowell+25000
Corey LaJoie+30000
Ryan Preece+30000
Anthony Alfredo+50000
Justin Haley+60000
BJ McLeod+100000
Cody Ware+100000
Garrett Smithley+100000
JJ Yeley+100000
James Davison+100000
Joey Gase+100000
Josh Bilicki+100000
Quin Houff+100000

Odds as of September 9 at Bovada

Why Is Truex The Favorite In The Federated Auto Parts 400 Odds?

It’s not a new concept for Truex to be the betting favorite at Richmond Raceway, where he was the chalk when the Cup Series visited the three-quarter-mile track in April. Unfortunately for him, he failed to live up to the odds, finishing fifth while leading 107 of the 400 laps.

That said, the 2017 Cup Series champion has been fairly strong at this track in recent memory with five straight top-five finishes, including four podium finishes and two wins. Truex has led more than 100 laps in seven of the past nine runnings at Richmond Raceway. He will roll to the green flag from the third position and certainly will be in contention for yet another win.

NASCAR Predictions This Week For The Federated Auto Parts 400 

We could see a lot of frantic drivers this weekend under the lights at a short track following a messy Darlington race last week. Chaos could ensue, which could knock out some contenders and really hurt their NASCAR Cup championship odds while blowing up your ticket in a hurry. That said, we must continue to move forward – here are my three favorite bets for the Federated Auto Parts 400. 

Denny Hamlin +500: Early in the season, Hamlin was an auto bet with consistent top-five finishes but he couldn’t find victory lane. Perhaps winning last week’s race has gotten the monkey off his back and he’s the one to watch in the playoffs. Denny starts this race in second, where he finished at Richmond in April, leading 207 of the 400 laps. He has three career wins at this track and has found the podium in five of the last nine runnings.

Joey Logano +700: It has been an uphill battle for Logano recently, finishing 10th or worse in eight of the last 11 races and with only one top-five finish this year. His lone win of 2021 didn’t even come on pavement as he won the Bristol dirt race back in March. That said, he did have a third-place finish at Richmond in April, his second straight third-place finish at this track and fifth podium finish in the last eight runnings. Logano has two career wins and nearly half of his starts at this track have resulted in top-five finishes. I like the value at 7:1.

Kyle Larson +900: I don’t care who you are, getting Kyle Larson at nearly 10:1 at any track this year is an automatic bet. In case you haven’t been following along this season, Kyle has the most wins, top-fives, top-10s, laps led and stage wins – dominant. Now, Richmond in April was a rough go for Larson, who finished 18th. He starts on the pole this week at a track where he won under the lights nearly four years ago to the day. If he can get out front early from the green flag and figure out the necessary adjustments to remain competitive, no doubt Larson can grab the checkered flag.