NASCAR betting odds are on the board for the Dixie Vodka 400, which is set to get underway on Sunday, February 28 at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Florida.
The usual Cup Series favorites top the NASCAR race odds board, a group that includes Kevin Harvick and Chase Elliott.
We bring you the NASCAR odds to win the Dixie Vodka 400, with the green flag dropping for the Cup Series race at 3:30 p.m. ET.
Favorites to win the Dixie Vodka 400
Harvick is a +450 betting favorite to win the Dixie Vodka 400. The Ford driver has two Top-6 finishes to start the Cup Series season, placing fourth in last weekend’s O’Reilly Auto Parts 253 at Daytona race.
Following Harvick is usual top contender Denny Hamlin (+500), who has two Top-5 finishes, including a third-place result at the Daytona 500 to kick off the season.
Rounding out the Top 5 are drivers Martin Truex Jr. (+650), Kyle Busch (+800), and Elliott (+800). Elliott, the reigning NASCAR Cup Series champion, was the betting favorite for O’Reilly Auto Parts 253 - after finishing second at the Daytona 500 - but came in a disappointing 21st place. Truex and Busch, meanwhile, have failed to secure Top-10 finishes in either of the two races this season.
Dixie Vodka 400 odds
|Driver||Odds to win|
|Martin Truex Jr.||+650|
|Rickey Stenhouse Jr.||+20,000|
Odds courtesy of DraftKings
Where does the Dixie Vodka 400 take place?
The Dixie Vodka 400 takes place at the Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, Florida. The inaugural race of the 400-mile, 267-lap event was in 1999.
Past winners of the Dixie Vodka 400
Hamlin won the 2020 Dixie Vodka 400 race, while fellow betting favorites Kyle Busch, Joey Logano, and Truex won in the years prior.
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.