Consumers Energy 400 Odds

NASCAR Consumers Energy 400 Odds 8/9/18, Who Do Oddsmakers Favor?

The NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series heads to the fast track of Michigan International Speedway for the running of the Consumers Energy 400 on Sunday. Here’s a look at the odds to win this race.

According to the latest oddsmakers, Kevin Harvick is favored this week, as he is getting odds of +275 to win. Other short odds to prevail are Kyle Busch (+325), Martin Truex Jr. (+325) and Kyle Larson (+700). The Consumers Energy 400 takes place Sunday at 2:30PM ET from Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Michigan and will air live on the NBC Sports Network.

Harvick won this race back in 2010. It was his lone victory at Michigan International Speedway over his career. Still, he has an average finish of 11.11 at the track and a driver rating of 96.2 here. Harvick has six wins in the 2018 season and has finished in the top 5 in 10 other races. Harvick was second at MIS earlier this year.

Busch was the 2011 winner of this race. It is his only victory at MIS over his career. Busch has just an average finish of 18.926 at this track and his driver rating is just 87.9. Busch does have six wins on the year and 10 other top-5 finishes. He has finished in the top four in four straight and nine of the last 10 races.

Truex Jr. is seeking his first win at Michigan in his career. Over 25 races at this track, he has just six top-5 finishes. He has an average finish of 15.5 there and a driver rating of 86.5. This year, Truex Jr. has four wins and 11 other top-5 finishes. He has placed in the top four in six of the last seven races.

Larson is the two-time defending champion of this race and he has won three times at MIS already in his career. He swept both Michigan races in the 2017 season. His average finish at this track is 12.778, while his driver rating is 99.0. This year, Larson is winless with six top-5 finishes.

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