Hellmann's 500 Odds

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Odds – Hellmann’s 500 10/21/16

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series closes out the second stage of the Chase this Sunday when drivers compete in the Hellmann’s 500. Here is a look at the odds.

According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Brad Keselowski is favored to win this race, as he has 11/2 odds. Other short odds to win are Denny Hamlin (8/1), while four others are listed with 12/1 odds. The Hellmann’s 500 takes place on Sunday at 2:30PM ET from Talladega Superspeedway in Talladega, AL.

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Keselowski is currently 11th in the standings. He is 7 point out of the eighth position that he needs to get to to keep his season alive. Keselowski has won four times at Talladega in his career. His average finish at the track is 13.9 and his driver rating is 87.1.

Hamlin is 10th in the point standings, 6 points out of the eighth position. Hamlin has one win in his career at Talladega. His average finish at the track is 20, while his driver rating is 82.9.

Of the drivers with 12/1 odds, Matt Kenseth has the top driver rating at Talladega. He has an 89.2 driver rating there with one win in his career. His average finish at the track is 18.4. He has the most points of the drivers without a win in this segment, so he is very likely moving on to the next stage.

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