Indy 500 Odds, Lines: Pole-Sitter Scott Dixon Favored to Win Sunday’s Race
Photo by Brian Spurlock/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images. Pictured: NTT IndyCar driver Scott Dixon
Following a week of on-track activity at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the starting lineup is officially set for Sunday’s 106th running of the Indy 500 (12:45 p.m. ET, NBC).
Scott Dixon, who has been fast since teams unloaded at Indianapolis, rocketed to the pole on Sunday afternoon in record fashion, convincing oddsmakers to make the 2008 winner the betting favorite at 5-1 odds.
Alex Palou is next at 6-1, with Pato O’Ward (9-1), Rinus Veekay (11-1) and Josef Newgarden (12-1) rounding out the top five.
Seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion and Indy 500 rookie Jimmie Johnson, who has also impressed in practice and qualifying, is 16-1.
Helio Castroneves, a four-time Indy 500 champion and the defending champion, is 28-1.
Speaking of multiple-time Indy 500 winners, Juan Pablo Montoya, who won this race back in 2000 and again in 2015, is available at the long-shot price of 80-1.
So with just seven days to go until the 2022 edition of the “Greatest Spectacle in Racing,” let’s take a look at updated Indy 500 odds via DraftKings Sportsbook.
Indy 500 Odds
*Odds as of Sunday (May 22) night
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