Through March 9
1. Dale Earnhardt Jr., 133.
2. Brad Keselowski, 132.
3. Jimmie Johnson, 117.
4. Joey Logano, 116.
5. Jeff Gordon, 115.
6. Carl Edwards, 105.
7. Matt Kenseth, 105.
8. Denny Hamlin, 101.
9. Ryan Newman, 97.
10. Kyle Busch, 95.
11. Jamie McMurray, 93.
12. Greg Biffle, 86.
13. Austin Dillon, 84.
14. Kevin Harvick, 83.
15. Kasey Kahne, 83.
16. Ricky Stenhouse Jr., 80.
17. Casey Mears, 80.
18. Paul Menard, 76.
19. Marcos Ambrose, 69.
20. Brian Vickers, 64.
21. A J Allmendinger, 63.
22. Clint Bowyer, 55.
23. Kyle Larson, 55.
24. Aric Almirola, 54.
25. Martin Truex Jr., 53.
26. Reed Sorenson, 51.
27. Tony Stewart, 48.
28. Kurt Busch, 47.
29. Justin Allgaier, 45.
30. Cole Whitt, 41.
31. David Ragan, 38.
32. David Gilliland, 38.
33. Danica Patrick, 36.
34. Michael Annett, 32.
35. Alex Bowman, 31.
36. Bobby Labonte, 29.
37. Jeff Burton, 27.
38. Terry Labonte, 24.
39. Josh Wise, 22.
40. Parker Kligerman, 21.
41. Ryan Truex, 18.
42. Michael McDowell, 12.
43. Travis Kvapil, 11.
44. Timmy Hill, 6.
45. Michael Waltrip, 4.

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Driver Odds
Odds to win the Daytona 500 @ Daytona International Speedway
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. #88 +600
Brad Keselowski #2 +750
Kevin Harvick #4 +1000
Kyle Busch #18 +1000
Joey Logano #22 +1000

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