Harvick on pole in Chicago
Qualifying for the MyAFibRisk.com 400 was washed out on Friday, giving Kevin Harvick the pole for this race. Here’s an updated look at the odds to win.
According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, Kevin Harvick is still the favorite to win this race, as he now has 4/1 odds. Other short odds to win are Kyle Busch (11/2), Brad Keselowski (6/1), Joey Logano (6/1) and Matt Kesneth (6/1). The MyAFibRisk.com 400 takes place on Sunday at 3:16PM ET from Chicagoland Speedway.
Harvick is fifth in the point standings, 6 points out of first. He has two wins and 18 top 5s this year. Harvick is a two-time winner at this track with an average finish of 10.5 and a driver rating of 99.5, which ranks seventh in the field.
Keselowski is ninth in the standings, 9 points out of first. He has one win and six top 5s on the year. Keselowski is a two-time winner at this track with an average finish of 10.6. His driver rating of 98.5 at Chicago ranks eighth in the field. Keselowski qualified third.
Busch is tied for first in the point standings. Busch has four wins with six top 5s this year. Busch has one win at Chicago with an average finish of 11.6 at the track and a driver rating of 103.6, which ranks fifth in the field. Busch will start seventh in this race.
Logano is starting in second for Sunday’s race. He is currently fourth in the standings, 3 points behind the three leaders. He has three wins in 2015. Logano has never won at Chicagoland. His average finish at the track is 16.8, while his driver rating at the track is 83.0, which ranks just 18th in the field.
Kenseth is also first in the standings, as he has four wins and 10 top 5s. Kenseth has one win at this track with an average finish of 11.9 and a driver rating of 104.8, which ranks fourth in the field. Kenseth will begin from the 11th position.