The 2016 Toyota Owners 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup race is taking place this Sunday, April 24, 2016, at the Richmond International Raceway in Richmond, Virginia with a 1:00 pm EDT start time and the race is on TV on FOX. Here is a list of the betting odds for the NASCAR drivers to win the 2016 Toyota Owners 400.
In addition to all the odds for the drivers below, also listed are how many wins each driver has this season, how many times each driver has won this race and how many wins they each have over the Richmond track in NASCAR Sprint Cup races. Also listed for almost all the drivers are their career Sprint Cup stats.
Good luck to all the NASCAR drivers and especially the bettors this week at the 2016 Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond!
1. Kyle Busch – 9/2 odds
At 9/2 betting odds, Kyle Busch is the favorite to win the 2016 Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond. Kyle Busch was also favored last week at Bristol but after starting the race in 5th place he crashed out and ended up in 39th. Kyle Busch had won the two previous races at Martinsville and Texas for two wins in 2016. Kyle Busch has four wins in this race (2009-12) for four wins over the track.
T-2. Kevin Harvick – 6 to 1
Kevin Harvick has a win at Phoenix in 2016. Harvick started in 7th place last week and finished the race in 7th. He has one win in this race (2013) and three wins over the track. For his Sprint Cup career, Kevin Harvick has 32 wins in 546 starts.
T-2. Denny Hamlin – 6 to 1
Denny Hamlin won at Daytona to start the season but has not won since. Hamlin started in 4th last week at Bristol and finished the race in 20th place. He has yet to win this race but does have two wins over the Richmond track. For his career, Denny Hamlin has 27 wins in 370 starts.
T-4. Joey Logano – 7 to 1
Joey Logano is looking for his first win in 2016. Last week he started in 3rd and finished the race in 10th. Logano won this race in 2014 for his only win over the track. For his career, Joey Logano has 14 wins in 263 starts.
T-4. Matt Kenseth – 7 to 1
Matt Kenseth is also looking for his first win this season. Kenseth did not run well last week as he started in 2nd place and finished in 36th. He has yet to win this race but he does have two wins over the track including the second race at Richmond in 2015. For his career, Matt Kenseth has 36 wins in 586 starts.
T-6. Jimmie Johnson – 8 to 1
Jimmie Johnson has wins this season at Atlanta and California. He did not run well last week as he started in 6th and finished in 23rd place. Jimmie Johnson has one win in this race (2006) and three wins over the track. For his career, Jimmie Johnson has 77 wins in 515 starts.
T-6. Carl Edwards – 8 to 1
Carl Edwards had the pole last week at Bristol and he won the race for his first win of the season. Edwards has yet to win this race but he does have a win over the track (2013). For his career, Carl Edwards now has 26 wins in 417 starts.
8. Brad Keselowski – 10 to 1
Brad Keselowski won at Las Vegas for one win this season. Keselowski started in 12th place last week and finished in 18th. He has yet to win this race but does have one win over the track (2014). For his career, Brad Keselowski has 18 wins in 241 starts.
9. Kurt Busch – 18 to 1
Kurt Busch has yet to win this season but he is the defending champion in this race and he has two wins over the Richmond track. He ran well last week starting in 26th place and finishing in 3rd. For his career, Kurt Busch has 27 wins in 548 starts.
T-10. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. – 20 to 1
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. has yet to win in 2016. Last week he ran great, though, starting in 20th and finishing the race in 2nd place. Junior has three wins in this race (2000, 2004, 2006) for three wins over the track. For his career, Junior has 26 wins in 585 starts.
T-10. Chase Elliott – 20 to 1
Chase Elliott is a rookie NASCAR driver in 2016 making his 14th start this week in the Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond and looking for his first win. Elliott ran great last week starting in 19th and finishing in 4th place. He’s had some pretty good races in 2016 and could certainly win a race this season.
12. Martin Truex, Jr. – 25 to 1
Martin Truex, Jr. is looking for his first win in 2016. He started in 8th place last week and finished in 14th. He has never won at Richmond and for his career Martin only has three wins in 377 starts.
13. Kasey Kahne – 30 to 1
Kasey Kahne has not won a NASCAR Sprint Cup race since 2014. Last week he started in 11th and finished in 17th place. He’s never won at Richmond and for his career he has 17 wins in 440 starts.
14. Jamie McMurray – 40 to 1
Jamie McMurray has not won a NASCAR Sprint Cup race since 2013. Last week he rolled a 13 as he started in 13th and finished in the same spot. McMurray has never won over the track and for his career he has seven wins in 482 starts.
15. Austin Dillon – 50 to 1
Austin Dillon is making his 94th career start this week and he’s still looking for his first win. Last week has started in 15th and finished the race in 26th place.
T-16. Ryan Newman, Kyle Larson – 60 to 1 odds each
Neither of these two drivers at 60 to 1 odds each this week has won this year or won this race. Kyle Larson has yet to win a NASCAR Sprint Cup race in 83 starts. Ryan Newman won over the track in 2003 for his only win here. Newman ran decent last week starting in 17th and finishing in 9th. Larson started in 25th and finished in 35 place.
18. Clint Bowyer – 300 to 1
Clint Bowyer has not won a Sprint Cup race since 2013 and he only has eight wins in 369 starts. But Bowyer has a win in this race (2008) and two wins over the track (2012) and he’s 300 to 1 odds this week and he started in 36th place last week and ended up in 8th.
- Field of all other drivers – 25 to 1