Updated 2022 Indy 500 Odds, Lines: Scott Dixon Favored for Sunday’s Race at the Brickyard
Gregory Shamus/Getty Images. Pictured: Scott Dixon
- According to live Indy 500 odds, Scott Dixon (+550) is the favorite for Sunday's 106th running of the "Greatest Spectacle in Racing."
- Following Dixon is Alex Palou at +600 odds, Pato O'Ward (+900) and Rinus Veekay (+1100), with seven-time NASCAR Cup Series Champion and Indy 500 rookie Jimmie Johnson a bit further down the board at +1600.
- Below we detail updated Indy 500 odds ahead of Sunday's race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
We made it. Weeks of practice and qualifying in preparation for Sunday’s 106th running of the Indy 500 (12:45 p.m. ET, NBC) are in the books, meaning there’s just one event left — the race itself.
While many may not have been paying all that much attention to Indy 500 odds throughout the month of May, lines have been on the move as bettors and oddsmakers reacted to practice speeds and qualifying results.
Below we detail the latest Indy 500 odds from DraftKings Sportsbook, including how they’ve moved since Sunday, May 22.
Indy 500 Odds
*Odds as of Sunday morning
|Driver||May 22||May 29|
|Juan Pablo Montoya||+8000||+7000|
As you can see in the table above, there has been some interesting Indy 500 odds movement over the past week.
Let’s take a quick at the most notable Indy 500 odds movement ahead of Sunday afternoon’s race.
Indy 500 Odds Movement
Scott Dixon (5-1 to +550)
While this odds movement itself may not seem all that notable, anytime a favorite is adjusted, either way, it’s something to note.
Pole-sitter Scott Dixon was around 8-1 for most of the month of May before dipping to 5-1 following qualifying. However, over the past week, Dixon has leaked to +550 heading into Sunday’s Indy 500.
Colton Herta (15-1 to 20-1)
The most notable Indy 500 odds movement has come at the hands of Colton Herta, who dropped from 15-1 to 20-1 following a crash in Friday’s Carb Day practice that forced the Andretti Autosport driver to a backup car for today’s race.
With no track time on Saturday, Herta’s first lap in his backup car will be the opening lap of the Indy 500.