Indy 500 Odds 2023: Updated Lines for Sunday’s Race (May 28)

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Race day and updated Indy 500 odds are here!

The 107th running of the "greatest spectacle in racing" gets underway at 12:45 p.m. ET (NBC) on Sunday, May 28, with race favorite Alex Palou leading the field to green.

Rinus Veekay and Felix Rosenqvist will join Palou on the front row, with Santino Ferrucci, Pato O'Ward and Scott Dixon making up Row 2.

With the green flag just hours away, let's take a look at the latest Indy 500 odds for today's race via FanDuel Sportsbook.

Indy 500 Odds 

*Odds as of Sunday morning

Starting Pos.DriverOdds
1Alex Palou+500
6Scott Dixon+700
5Pato O'Ward+700
8Takuma Sato+1000
3Felix Rosenqvist+1200
2Rinus Veekay+1200
7Alexander Rossi+1200
10Marcus Ericsson+1200
14Scott McLaughlin+1500
4Santino Ferrucci+1600
17Josef Newgarden+1600
12Will Power+1800
9Tony Kanaan+2200
21Colton Herta+2900
15Kyle Kirkwood+3200
19Romain Grosjean+4000
13Ed Carpenter+4500
16Conor Daly+4500
20Helio Castroneves+4500
22Simon Pagenaud+4500
23David Malukas+6500
18Ryan Hunter-Reay+6500
24Marco Andretti+6500
11Benjamin Pedersen+6500
33Graham Rahal+8000
30Christian Lundgaard+11000
32Jack Harvey+16000
27Callum Ilott+16000
25Devlin DeFrancesco+16000
31Sting Ray Robb+19000
26Agustin Canapino+20000
29Katherine Legge+20000
28RC Enerson+20000

Indy 500 Favorites

Alex Palou (+500 Odds)

Palou has been the class of the field since teams tested at Indy back in April, riding that speed to a pole run in qualifying.

On the Indy 500 edition of the Action Network's "Running Hot" podcast, host Nick Giffen echoed that Palou should be the car to beat this afternoon.

Scott Dixon (+700)

Dixon, who won the 2008 Indy 500 and had arguably the best car in this race one year ago, is the second-most likely driver to win based on the latest odds.

Pato O'Ward (+700)

At +700 odds, O'Ward is the only other driver with odds shorter than 10-1 to win the Indy 500.

Takuma Sato (+1000)

The two-time Indy 500 winner is unsurprisingly back in the mix as he looks to secure his third career win at the Brickyard.

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