Bank of America 500 Odds

NASCAR Odds: Kevin Harvick a 7/2 favorite to win Bank of America 500

The second stage of the Chase for the Championship begins on Saturday night with the Bank of America 500. Here is a look at the odds for this race.

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According to the oddsmakers at BetDSI, Kevin Harvick is the favorite to win this race, as he has 7/2 odds. Other short odds to win are Kyle Busch (6/1) and Matt Kenseth (7/1). The Bank of America 500 takes place on Saturday at 7:21PM ET from Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Harvick has three wins on the year and a series-best 19 top-5 finishes. He has won three times at Charlotte, but his average finish is only 14.4 and his driver rating there is just 86.2, which ranks 11th in the field.

Busch has four wins this year with seven top 5s. Busch has never won at Charlotte, but his average finish is 13.2 and his driver rating there is 106.6, which ranks second in this field.

Kenseth has a series-best five wins this year to go along with 12 top 5s. Kenseth is a two-time winner at Charlotte. His average finish at the track is 13.7 and his driver rating is 95.6, which ranks fourth in the field.

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