2016 Combat Wounded Coalition 400 Betting Odds + Preview
Gamblers…ready for NASCAR Combat Wounded Coalition 400 Odds betting? NASCAR’s Sprint Cup series will makes its annual stop at the Brickyard this week for Sunday’s Crown Royal Presents the Combat Wounded Coalition 400.
NASCAR Sprint Cup – Combat Wounded Coalition 400 Preview and Prediction
Race: Combat Wounded Coalition 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Date: Sunday, July 24
Time: 3 p.m. (ET)
Broadcast: NBC Sports Network
All the action from Indianapolis Motor Speedway is set to get underway at 3 p.m. (ET) and the race will be broadcast nationally on NBC Sports Network.
Add another name to this year’s lineup for the 2016 Chase with Matt Kenseth notching his second checkered flag of the season with a win last Sunday at New Hampshire.
Veteran driver Tony Stewart showed flashes of past glory with a second-place run and Joey Logano rounded out the Top 3.
The following is a look at my top favorite, contender and longshot to win this Sunday afternoon’s race at the Brickyard based on betting odds provided by TopBet.
NASCAR Combat Wounded Coalition 400: The Favorite (odd of less than 10/1)
I really like Kyle Busch as one of two +600 favorites to win Sunday’s race at Indianapolis.
He has guided the No. 18 Toyota to three previous checkered flags this season as part of his 10 runs in the Top 5 of the first 19 point race events on the 2016 Sprint Cup schedule.
What I really like about his odds to win this week is his recent performance at Indy in a point race event.
Following last season’s victory in this race (which was his third win in a row that year) he has now placed either first or second in three of his last four trips around the Brickyard.
NASCAR Combat Wounded Coalition 400: The Contender (odds from 10/1 to 19/1)
Denny Hamlin has become a forgotten man in recent weeks with just one Top 5 finish in his last six races behind the wheel of the No. 11 Toyota.
This helps to explain is longer than usual +1800 odds to win on Sunday.
I happen to think there is quite a bit of value in those odds for a veteran driver that has the ability to win any race he runs.
Hamlin is still looking for his first career victory at Indianapolis in a Sprint Cup race, but his recent performance at this track includes a sixth-place finish or better in three of his last four races here.
NASCAR Combat Wounded Coalition 400: The Longshot (odds 20/1 or greater)
Last season I was high on Jeff Gordon during his Swan Song run in his final year racing the Sprint Cup series full time.
For the most part my efforts went unrewarded with Gordon winning just one race that year, but finishing third in the final Sprint Cup standings.
Tony Stewart has remained well below my radar this year in his final Sprint Cup season even with an earlier win on the road course at Sonoma.
That all changed with last week’s second-place finish at New Hampshire and as a +2500 longshot in this race I think he could be worth a small play behind some added momentum.
I also like that fact that Stewart has a respectable 9.6 average finishing position at the Brickyard aided by a pair of victories earlier in his career.
2016 Combat Wounded Coalition 400 Full Race Odds
- Kevin HARVICK (6/1)
- Kyle BUSCH (6/1)
- Brad KESELOWSKI (8/1)
- Denny HAMLIN (18/1)
- Joey LOGANO (7/1)
- Jimmie JOHNSON (8/1)
- Carl EDWARDS (8/1)
- Matt KENSETH (10/1)
- Martin TRUEX JR (7/1)
- Kurt BUSCH (12/1)
- Dale EARNHARDT JR (18/1)
- Chase ELLIOTT (15/1)
- Kyle LARSON (18/1)
- Austin DILLON (60/1)
- Ryan NEWMAN (80/1)
- Kasey KAHNE (80/1)
- Tony STEWART (25/1)
- Ryan BLANEY (80/1)
- Jamie McMURRAY (100/1)
- Greg BIFFLE (100/1)
- Ricky STENHOUSE JR (200/1)
- Paul MENARD (80/1)
- AJ ALLMENDINGER (300/1)
- Trevor BAYNE (300/1)
- Aric ALMIROLA (300/1)
- Clint BOWYER (500/1)
- Danica PATRICK (500/1)
- Casey MEARS (500/1)
- Chris BUESCHER (1000/1)
- FIELD (20/1)
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