NASCAR Odds 2019

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The NASCAR odds are out and you can bet on who will win the Cup Series Championship in the fall. Prices shift as the season goes so stay updated with our odds widget below. Top contender lines updated September 16, 2019.

2019 NASCAR Futures Odds
Kyle Busch 4.00 4.40 4.40
Martin Truex Jr. 4.00 6.50 6.50
Kevin Harvick 5.00 5.50 5.50
Joey Logano
6.00 6.00 6.00
Brad Keselowski 8.50 7.00 7.00

Below are the NASCAR odds for the next grand prix. Like futures odds, these lines will change as the event draws nearer. Also be sure to check out LIVE betting if you want to wager during the race. This week's NASCAR odds will be updated regularly leading up the next high-level stock car racing action.

NASCAR Next Up: Richmond Raceway in Virgina hosts the Federated Auto Parts 400 playoff race on September 21. Kyle Busch is defending Champion of this race in the Old Dominion State.

Now into the 2019 NASCAR Championship Playoff chase, race 2 of 10 is up next on the NASCAR Monster Energy Series schedule.

Federated Auto Parts 400 NASCAR Odds

Not seeing odds on your favorite pilot? Click a NASCAR focused bookmaker for full-field prices. Start flags drop Saturday at 7:30 PM ET. Monster Energy Federated Auto Parts 400 outright winner odds on September 21, 2019:

Federated Auto Parts 400 Top Chalk
Kyle Busch 4.00 4.00 4.00
Kevin Harvick 6.00 6.00 6.00
Martin Truex Jr. 6.00 6.00 6.00
Denny Hamlin 6.50 6.00 6.00
Brad Keselowski 7.50 7.50 7.50

NASCAR Standings 2019

These are the NASCAR standings for this season. Our table updates as the season progresses. Be sure to check how each driver/team is doing heading into each grand prix. With the drivers 2019 series wins in brackets, here are Monster Energy Cup Championship Top Ten rankings as of September 16, 2019:

2019 NASCAR Standings Points
Martin Truex Jr. (5) Toyota 2082
Kevin Harvick (3) Ford 2079
Joey Logano (2) Ford 2075
Kyle Busch (4) Toyota 2063
Brad Keselowski (3) Ford 2058
Chase Elliott (2) Chevrolet 2057
Denny Hamlin (4) Toyota 2056
Kyle Larson (0) Chevrolet 2044
William Byron (0) Chevrolet 2040
Ryan Blaney (0) Ford 2039

How to read NASCAR Odds for each GP

While each NASCAR grand prix is different, the NASCAR Vegas odds don't change too often. We will see different odds, but the formats stay the same, like any other motor sports odds. This is how to read Nascar odds:

Nascar Odds

Nascar Moneyline Odds

The moneyline is when you bet who wins, straight-up. The odds are translated from each driver's probability of winning. They usually manifest in three different formats: 

American:

This is the standard moneyline format. These odds appear as either a minus number like "-130" (favourites) or a plus number like "+110" (underdogs). The numbers are based off a $100 wager. 

In the case of a minus number, it shows how much you bet to win $100 while a plus number shows how much you win when you bet $100. 

To calculate your potential winnings, use this formula:

Minus numbers:

  • Wager / Odds x 100 
  • e.g. -300 favourite to win and you bet $500.00
  • 500 / 300 x 100 = $166.67 (your potential winnings)

Plus numbers:

  • (Wager x Odds) / 100 
  • e.g. A +110 underdog to win and you bet $200.00
  • (200 x 110) / 100 = $220.00 (your potential winnings)

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Decimal Odds (European):

This is the popular format in Canada and unlike moneyline odds, these odds are more straightforward and it is easier to calculate the return on a bet.

To calculate your potential winnings, use this formula:

  • (Wager x Odds) - Wager 
  • e.g. If the driver is 2.25 to win and you bet $150.00 
  • (150 x 2.25) = 337.50 - 150.00 = $187.50 (your potential winnings minus wager)

Decimal odds account for your total winnings including your wager (which is returned after each successful bet).

Nascar Odds This Week

Fractional Odds (British):

This is popular in the United Kingdom. This can appear tough to read, but there is a simple formula you can use to easily calculate your winnings.

Use this formula:

  • Wager x (n/d)
  • n = numerator (the left number in the fraction)
  • d = denominator (the right number in the fraction)
  • e.g. If the driver is 5/8 to win and you bet $400
  • 400 x (5/8) = $250 (your potential winnings)  

Most sportsbooks give you an option to change the type of odds format. But familiarizing yourself will still prove useful. 

Free NASCAR Picks 2019

It's a long season and anything can happen, but here are the best free NASCAR picks of the drivers most likely to emerge as the 2019 Champion!

NASCAR Free Pick

Kyle Busch (4.00)

Busch remains the favourite to win the title and it's tough to bet against one of the most consistent drivers of his generation. Busch won the 2015 Cup and finished third in 2016 and a runner-up in 2017. He finished fourth last season. Regardless of where he finishes, you can bank he will be among the contenders as the season draws to a close.

Brad Keselowski (9.00)

The 2012 champion has had a rough time getting back to the top. Between crashes, injuries, and all sorts of controversy, Keselowski still remains at least a top-10 contender. He's gone up the standings thanks to a strong showing so far where he has compiled some wins and top-five finishes. 

Joey Logano (8.00)

The defending champion will look to be just the second driver to win consecutive titles this millennium and is a solid bet at this price range. Logano is behind just Busch in points and is constantly finishing in the top five. History may be against him repeating, but he should be the second-favourite behind Busch and at this price, you can go with worse choices.

Nascar Vegas Odds

Martin Truex Jr. (7.00)

Truex broke out in a big way in 2017 where he became both the Cup Series champion and regular season champion along with capturing the 2018 ESPY Award for Best Driver. He is falling behind in the standings although he recently won at Richmond and was a runner-up twice. It's a longshot, but he's still worth backing as he is now part of the top Joe Gibbs Racing team.

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NASCAR 2019 Schedule

2019 NASCAR regular season races are now complete. The playoffs now run from September 15 to November 17. We compiled the remaining 2019 schedule and the results of previous races are also listed below.

NASCAR Playoff Series Schedule 2019 Dates
Federated Auto Parts 400 September 21
Bank of America Roval 400 September 29
Gander Outdoors 400 October 6
1000Bulbs.com 500 October 13
Hollywood Casino 400 October 20
First Data 500 October 27
AAA Texas 500 November 3
Can-AM 500 November 10
Ford EcoBoost 400 November 17

Once the regular season circuit ends - Bet on fantastic playoff race action!

Nascar Daytona Odds

Nascar Daytona Odds

Opening the Championship chase, the Daytona 500 wrapped up on February 17, 2019, and was won by Denny Hamlin. Hamlin was +1100 in NASCAR odds to win Daytona 500. Co-favourites Joey Logano (+800) and Brad Keselowski (+800) finished 4th and 12th respectively in this world famous race. Here are the winners from every 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Championship race.

NASCAR Regular Season Results 2019 Winner
Daytona 500 Denny Hamlin
Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 Brad Keselowski
Pennzoil 400 Presented by Jiffy Lube Joey Logano
TicketGuardian 500 Kyle Busch
Auto Club 400 Kyle Busch
STP 500 Brad Keselowski
O'Reilly Auto Parts 500 Denny Hamlin
Food City 500 Kyle Busch
Toyoto Owners 400 Martin Truex Jr.
GEICO 500 Chase Elliott
Gander RV 400 (Dover) Martin Truex Jr.
Digital Ally 400 Brad Keselowski
Coca-Cola 600 Martin Truex Jr.
Pocono 400 Kyle Busch
FireKeepers Casino 400 Joey Logano
Toyota / Save Mart 350 Martin Truex Jr.
Camping World 400 Alex Bowman
Coke Zero Sugar 400 Justin Haley
Quaker State 400 Presented by Walmart Kurt Busch
Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 Kevin Harvick
Gander Outdoors 400 (Pocono) Denny Hamlin
Go Bowling at The Glen Chase Elliott
Consumers Energy 400 Kevin Harvick
Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race Denny Hamlin
Bojangles' Southern 500 Erik Jones
Big Machine Vodka 400 at the Brickyard Kevin Harvick

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Championship playoff race results:

NASCAR Playoff Series Results 2019 Winner
South Point 400 Martin Truex Jr.
Federated Auto Parts 400 September 21
Bank of America Roval 400 September 29
Gander Outdoors 400 October 6
1000Bulbs.com 500 October 13
Hollywood Casino 400 October 20
First Data 500 October 27
AAA Texas 500 November 3
Can-AM 500 November 10
Ford EcoBoost 400 November 17
 
 

Teams and Drivers 2019

2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series features 15 Teams and 32 Drivers racing in cars from Ford, Chevrolet and Toyota. Joey Logano, one of three pilots on Team Penske, enters the series as the defending NASCAR Champion:

Car Number & Drivers   2019 Team
00 - Landon Cassill StarCom Racing
1 - Kurt Busch Chip Ganassi Racing
2 - Brad Keselowski Team Penske
3 - Austin Dillon Richard Childress Racing
4 - Kevin Harvick Stewart-Haas Racing
6 - Ryan Newman Roush Fenway Racing
8 - Daniel Hemric Richard Childress Racing
9 - Chase Elliott Hendrick Motorsports
10 - Aric Almirola Stewart-Haas Racing
11 - Denny Hamlin Joe Gibbs Racing
12 - Ryan Blaney Team Pensky
13 - Ty Dillon Germain Racing
14 - Clint Bowyer Stewart-Haas Racing
17 - Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Roush Fenway Racing
18 - Kyle Busch Joe Gibbs Racing
19 - Martin Truex Jr. Joe Gibbs Racing
20 - Erik Jones Joe Gibbs Racing
21 - Paul Manard Wood Brothers Racing
22 - Joey Logano Team Penske
24 - William Byron Hendrick Motorsports
32 - Corey Lajoie Go FAS Eacing
34 - Michael McDowell Front Row Motorsports
36 - Matt Tiffr Front Row Motorsports
37 - Chris Buescher JTG Daugherty Racing
38 - David Ragan Front Row Motorsports
41 - Daniel Suarez Stewart-Hass Racing
42 - Kyle Larson Chip Ganassi Racing
43 - Bubba Wallace Richard Petty Motorsports
47 - Ryan Preece JTG Daugherty Racing
48 - Jimmie Johnson Hendrick Motorsports
88 - Alex Bowman Hendrick Motorsports
95 - Matt DiBenedetto Leavine Family Racing

All-Time NASCAR Champions

In 70 years, NASCAR has featured countless races and hundreds of champions. But of all competitions, the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) better known as the "Cup Series" is the most prestigious.

Missed, and still held in high esteem, late-great Dale Earnhardt, (pictured) was one of the most successful drivers in NASCAR history. The "Intimidator" piled up 76 Cup Series wins - plus seven overall Championships during his career.

Dale Earnhardt

 

 

All-Time NASCAR Cup Series Champions:

Year Driver (Win #)
2018 Joey Lugano
2017 Martin Truex Jr.
2016 Jimmie Johnson (7)
2015 Kyle Busch
2014 Kevin Harvick
2013 Jimmie Johnson (6)
2012 Brad Keselowski
2011 Tony Stewart (3)
2010 Jimmie Johnson (5)
2009 Jimmie Johnson (4)
2008 Jimmie Johnson (3)
2007 Jimmie Johnson (2)
2006 Jimmie Johnson (1)
2005 Tony Stewart (2)
2004 Kurt Busch
2003 Matt Kenseth
2002 Tony Stewart (1)
2001 Jeff Gordon (4)
2000 Bobby Labonte
1999 Dale Jerrett
1998 Jeff Gordon (3)
1997 Jeff Gordon (2)
1996 Terry Labonte (2)
1995 Jeff Gordon (1)
1994 Dale Earnhardt (7)
1993 Dale Earnhardt (6)
1992 Alan Kulwicki
1991 Dale Earnhardt (5)
1990 Dale Earnhardt (4)
1989 Rusty Wallace
1988 Bill Elliott
1987 Dale Earnhardt (3)
1986 Dale Earnhardt (2)
1985 Darrell Waltrip (3)
1984 Terry Labonte (1)
1983 Bobby Allison
1982 Darrell Waltrip (2)
1981 Darrell Waltrip (1)
1980 Dale Earnhardt (1)
1979 Richard Petty (7)
1978 Cale Yarborough (3)
1977 Cale Yarborough (2)
1976 Cale Yarborough (1)
1975 Richard Petty (6)
1974 Richard Petty (5)
1973 Benny Parsons
1972 Richard Petty (4)
1971 Richard Petty (3)
1970 Bobby Isaac
1969 David Pearson (3)
1968 David Pearson (2)
1967 Richard Petty (2)
1966 David Pearson (1)
1965 Ned Jarrett (2)
1964 Richard Petty (1)
1963 Joe Weatherly (2)
1962 Joe Weatherly (1)
1961 Ned Jarrett (1)
1960 Rex White
1959 Lee Petty (3)
1958 Lee Petty (2)
1957 Buck Baker (2)
1956 Buck Baker (1)
1955 Tim Flock (2)
1954 Lee Petty (1)
1953 Herb Thomas (2)
1952 Tim Flock (1)
1951 Herb Thomas (1)
1950 Bill Rexford
1949 Red Byron