The 2016 Kobalt 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup race is taking place this week on Sunday, March 6, 2016, at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Las Vegas, Nevada with a start time of 3:30 PM EDT on FOX. Here is a list of the betting odds for the NASCAR drivers to win the 2016 Kobalt 400.
For each driver the number of times he or she has won this race over the Las Vegas track is listed. This is the only race NASCAR runs at Las Vegas annually. Also listed is how well each driver did last week in Atlanta and the career stats for many of the NASCAR drivers below are also listed.
Good luck to all the NASCAR drivers and especially the bettors this week in the 2016 Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas!
1. Kevin Harvick – 4 to 1
Kevin Harvick is the betting favorite again this week to win the NASCAR 2016 Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas. Harvick was favored last week but he finished in 6th place but he is the defending champion in the Kobalt 400 as he won the race last year for his one win over the track. For his Sprint Cup career, Kevin Harvick has 31 wins in 540 starts.
2. Jimmie Johnson – 5 to 1
After winning last week at odds of 7 to 1, Jimmie Johnson is down to odds of 5 to 1 to win in back-to-back weeks this week. Jimmie Johnson has won this race a record four times (2005, 2006, 2007, 2010). If you had him last week you almost have to bet Jimmie Johnson again this week.
3. Kyle Busch – 7 to 1
After he was disqualified to the 39th starting spot last week in Atlanta, Kyle Busch ended the race in 3rd place. Not bad driving and this week Kyle Busch is 7 to 1 odds to win in Las Vegas where he recorded his lone win over the track in this race in 2009.
4. Joey Logano – 8 to 1
Joey Logano has yet to win this race or win over the track. Logano started last week in 26th place and finished the race in 22nd place. For his career, Joey Logano has 14 wins in 257 starts.
T-5. Matt Kenseth – 9 to 1
Matt Kenseth has three wins in this race (2003, 2004, 2013). That is the second most wins by a driver at Las Vegas in this race. Last week, Matt Kenseth started in 13th place and ended the race in 19th.
T-5. Brad Keselowski – 9 to 1
Brad Keselowski won this race in 2014. Last week in Atlanta, Brad Keselowski started the race in 17th place and ended the race in 9th place. For his career, Keselowski has 17 wins in 235 starts.
T-5. Denny Hamlin – 9 to 1
After winning the Daytona 500 for the first time two weeks ago, Denny Hamlin ended up in 16th place in Atlanta. It would have been almost impossible for him to come back and win again last week because of the emotions involved with winning the Daytona 500 the first time. Hamlin is looking for his first win in Vegas.
T-8. Carl Edwards – 10 to 1
Carl Edwards has two wins in the Kobalt 400 (2008, 2011). He’s tied with Jeff Burton for the third most wins in this race. Last week, Carl Edwards started in 7th place and finished the race in 5th. You know he’s going to win sooner or later but will it be this week?
T-8. Kurt Busch – 10 to 1
Kurt Busch has yet ton this race in Las Vegas. After winning the pole spot when his brother was disqualified last week, Kurt Busch finished the race in 4th place. For his career, Kurt Busch has 27 wins in 542 starts.
T-10. Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Martin Truex, Jr.– 12 to 1 to odds each
Neither Dale Earnhardt, Jr. or Martin Truex, Jr. have ever won at Las Vegas in this race. Junior ran pretty good last week starting the race in 16th place and finishing in 2nd. Martin Truex, Jr. started in 9th place and ended up in 7th.
12. Kyle Larson – 22 to 1
Kyle Larson did not run well last week. He started in 20th place and finished in 26th. Kyle Larson is still looking for his first NASCAR Sprint Cup win. This will be his 78th career start.
13. Kasey Kahne – 25 to 1
Kasey Kahne has never won this race so far in his NASCAR career. Kahne started in 11th place last week and finished the race in 23rd. For his career, Kasey Kahne has won 17 races in 434 starts.
T-14. Jamie McMurray, Austin Dillon, Chase Elliott – 40 to 1 odds each
None of these three drivers at odds of 40 to 1 each have ever won this race or won at Las Vegas. Of the three, Chase Elliott easily ran the best last week as he started in 24th place and finished in 8th. Is he ready to win a NASCAR Sprint Cup race?
T-17. Ryan Newman, Ryan Blaney – 66 to 1 odds each
Two more drivers this week who also have never won at Las Vegas. Ryan Blaney has never won a Sprint Cup race period in 20 starts. He started last week in 23rd and finished in 25th. Ryan Newman started in 4th last week and faded to 24th at the finish.
18. Clint Bowyer – 80 to 1
Clint Bowyer has yet to win this race. Bowyer has eight wins in 363 NASCAR Sprint Cup races. Last week, Clint Bowyer started in 28th and finished in 35th place.
T-19. Paul Menard, Greg Biffle – 100 to 1 odds each
No wins here for either of these two drivers at 100 to 1 odds each. Both ran OK last week in Atlanta. Paul Menard started in 21st and finished in 18th place. Greg Biffle started in 14th place and ended up in 13th.
T-21. Ricky Stenhouse, A.J. Allmendinger, Trevor Bayne – 250 to 1 odds each
No wins in this race for these three drivers at 250 to 1 odds each. Trevor Bayne started in 3rd place last week and faded to 22nd. Bayne has one career win in 96 starts. A.J. Allmendinger started last week in 22nd and faded to 27th. He has one career win in 265 starts. Ricky Stenhouse started in 5th last week and ended up in 10th. Stenhouse has yet to win over 114 starts.
T-24. Danica Patrick, Aric Almirola – 300 to 1 odds each
No wins in this race for this pair at 300 to 1 odds each. Danica Patrick started in 25th place last week and finished in 20th. Danica has yet to win a NASCAR race. Aric Almirola has one win in 181 career starts. Last week, he started in 27th place and improved to finish in 15th.
- Field of all other drivers – 75 to 1 odds