- Danica Patrick is 20-1 in the final race of her career.
- 2016 winner Alexander Rossi is the favorite at 8-1
- Ed Carpenter moved from 30-1 to 12-1 after winning the pole.
Following a full week of practice and qualifying that set the field for the 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500, sportsbooks have reopened odds for Sunday’s race.
In her final career race, Danica Patrick is 20-1 after securing a seventh-place spot on the starting grid.
Alexander Rossi remains the favorite, but has ticked up from 5-1 to 8-1 after a tire puncture in qualifying that will relegate him to a 32nd-place starting position.
Pole sitter Ed Carpenter has improved from 30-1 to 12-1, while Sage Karam is also a big mover, jumping from 60-1 to 20-1.
The table below offers updated odds to win the 2018 Indianapolis 500: