NASCAR returns to Nashville this weekend for the second-ever running of the Ally 400.
The Ally 400 odds favorites are headlined by defending champion and current NASCAR Cup Series odds leader Kyle Larson, looking to recapture the magic of last summer.
Here are the NASCAR odds to win the Ally 400, with the green flag dropping at 4:00 p.m. ET.
You can also check out a full race analysis with our Ally 400 picks and predictions.
Ally 400 odds
|Driver||Odds to win|
|Martin Truex Jr.||+1,200|
|Ricky Stenhouse Jr.||+6,000|
Odds courtesy of DraftKings as of June 21, 2022.
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Ally 400 pre-race favorites
Kyle Larson (+650)
The defending (and only) Ally 400 champ, Larson understandably sits as the odds favorite heading back to Nashville. But while he was in the midst of the most dominant run of the NASCAR season this time last year, Larson's best finish in his past three races is ninth, sitting seventh in the overall standings and off last year's title-winning pace.
Kyle Busch (+750)
Busch tanked in Sonoma before the drivers got a week off, finishing 30th to end his run of three straight Top-3 finishes. Sitting third in the Cup Series standings, Busch is nipping at the heels of the top spot and will be hungry to pick up his first victory on a standard track this season — something he's consistently put himself in position for.
Ross Chastain (+800)
Already a two-time winner on the circuit this year, Chastain has been the most improved driver in the Cup Series and his victory at Talladega in April is evidence he can get it done on superspeedways. Further evidence: Chastain finished second to Larson last year in this race.
Chase Elliott (+800)
Elliott still leads the overall standings despite fairly blah results over the past month: finishes of 29th, 33rd, 21st, and eighth in the past four points-paying races. He was DQ'd from last year's Ally 400 for loose lug nuts, but even then only raced to a 13th-place finish.
Denny Hamlin (+1,000)
Still arguably the most feared driver in NASCAR on superspeedways, Hamlin comes in still wildly oscillating this season. After finishing fourth and first at Kansas and Charlotte, his last two at Gateway and Sonoma saw results of 34th and 31st. Despite his two wins on the season, Hamlin is a distant 21st overall in the Cup Series standings.
How to bet on NASCAR
The most popular way to bet on NASCAR is by simply picking the winner of a race, which is also referred to as an outright. There are plenty of other ways to wager, including betting on whether or not a driver will finish in the Top 3 or Top 10 of a race.
Another popular betting option is head-to-head matchup betting, where sportsbooks pair up two drivers and you choose who you think will finish better in the race, which is far easier than trying to select someone to win out of a field of approximately 40 drivers. For tips on NASCAR betting check out our How to Bet NASCAR page.