Bank of America 500 Odds

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Odds – Bank of America 500 10/6/16

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series opens up the second stage of the Chase with the Bank of America 500 on Ssaturday night. Here is a look at the odds to win the race.

According to oddsmakers at, Martin Truex Jr. is the favorite to win, as he has 4/1 odds. Other short odds to prevail are Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick, who each have 6/1 odds. The Bank of America 500 takes place on Saturday, Oct. 8 at 7:20PM ET from Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, NC.

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While the 12 remaining drivers in the Chase all start the second stage even in points, Truex Jr. has won two of the last three races and now has four wins on the year. Truex is a previous winner at Charlotte and his average finish here is 16.4 while his driver rating at the track is 84.2.

Johnson has two wins this year. He comes to Charlotte, where he has seven wins for his career. His average finish at the track is 13.0 while his driver rating is an impressive 109.6.

Harvick has three wins for the 2016 season, including one of the wins in the first stage of the Chase. Harvick has three wins in his career at this track. His average finish at Charlotte is 14.7 while his driver rating there is 88.8.

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