2016 Bank Of America 500 Odds
Gamblers…ready for 2016 NASCAR Bank Of America 500 Odds betting? The next round of this season’s Chase to NASCAR’s Sprint Cup title takes racing fans to the prime time lights of Charlotte Motor Speedway for the running of Saturday night’s Bank of America 500.
NASCAR Sprint Cup – Bank Of America 500 Race Preview and Prediction
Race: Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway
Date: Saturday, Oct 8
Time: 7 p.m. (ET)
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All the action from Charlotte is schedule to get underway at 7 p.m. (ET) and the race will be broadcast nationally on NBC.
Martin Truex Jr. has made an early name for himself in this year’s Chase with a victory last Sunday at Dover after winning at Chicago in the first of this 10-race playoff.
Defending 2015 Sprint Cup Champ Kyle Busch finished second at the Monster Mile and my longshot pick for last week’s race, Chase Elliott finished third.
The following is a look at my top favorite, contender and longshot to win this Saturday night’s race at Charlotte based on betting odds provided by 5dimes.
2016 NASCAR Bank Of America 500 Odds: The Favorite (odds of less than 10/1)
Martin Truex Jr. is white hot coming into the next round of this year’s Chase so it is easy to see why he has been listed as a +425 favorite to win again this Saturday night.
It is hard to bet against that logic when you consider that the No. 78 Toyota has now won three times and finished second in one other race in its last five Sprint Cup point-race events.
The biggest reason why I am going with Truex this week as my top-valued favorite was his victory earlier in the season at Charlotte in the Coca-Cola 600.
2016 NASCAR Bank Of America 500 Odds: The Contender (odds from 10/1 to 19/1)
In an effort to stretch as much value as possible from the betting odds this week, I am going with Matt Kenseth at +1050 to post his first win in this year’s Chase with a victory on Saturday night.
The No. 20 Toyota has had a solid run so far in this year’s 10-race playoff with a runner up finish at New Hampshire to Kevin Harvick two weeks ago followed by last Sunday’s solid fifth-place finish at Dover.
That was good enough to occupy the fourth spot in the Sprint Cup standings heading into the start of a new elimination round.
Kenseth has been solid at this week’s venue in recent years with a seventh-place finish or better in four of his last six runs at Charlotte.
2016 NASCAR Bank Of America 500 Odds: The Longshot (odds 20/1 or greater)
Out of the 12 drivers that are still in contention to win this season’s Sprint Cup title, Kurt Busch has the longest odds at +2600 to win this week.
That fact alone adds quite a bit of value to this number given the added incentive to win.
The No. 41 Chevrolet quietly made its way to eighth in the standings at the end of the first elimination round of this year’s Chase.
His best finish in the first three races was fifth at New Hampshire. Busch also finished fifth in this event last season and sixth in the first race at Charlotte this year.
Bank Of America 500 Odds from Westgate Sportsbook
- Martin TRUEX JR 4/1
- Kevin HARVICK 5/1
- Jimmie JOHNSON 6/1
- Kyle BUSCH 7/1
- Brad KESELOWSKI 8/1
- Denny HAMLIN 8/1
- Carl EDWARDS 10/1
- Matt KENSETH 10/1
- Joey LOGANO 12/1
- Chase ELLIOTT 12/1
- Kyle LARSON 15/1
- Kurt BUSCH 25/1
- Austin DILLON 50/1
- Kasey KAHNE 50/1
- Alex BOWMAN 100/1
- Ryan NEWMAN 100/1
- Jamie McMURRAY 100/1
- Ryan BLANEY 100/1
- Tony STEWART 100/1
- Greg BIFFLE 200/1
- Ricky STENHOUSE JR 200/1
- AJ ALLMENDINGER 300/1
- Paul MENARD 300/1
- Trevor BAYNE 300/1
- Chris BUESCHER 1000/1
- Clint BOWYER 1000/1
- Danica PATRICK 1000/1
- Aric ALMIROLA 1000/1
- Casey MEARS 1000/1
- FIELD 1000/1
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