Updated Indy 500 Odds: Marco Andretti 8-1 to Win at the Brickyard (Sunday, August 23)
Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images. Pictured: Marco Andretti driver of the #98 U.S. Concrete Honda
- PJ Walsh reports updated betting odds for Sunday's Indy 500 and breaks down the best values on the board.
- Marco Andretti is among the biggest movers over the last week, as his odds have skyrocketed from 50-1 to 8-1.
It certainly hasn’t been a traditional lead-up to the 2020 Indy 500 (Sunday at 1:00 p.m. ET, NBC), but we can say that practice sessions, qualifying and Friday’s Carb Day are now in the rearview mirror, meaning the waving of the green flag is the next time we’ll hear engines roaring at the Brickyard.
With the starting lineup set and no more on-track activity scheduled, let’s look at the latest odds to win the 2020 Indy 500.
Updated 2020 Indy 500 Odds
*Odds as of Saturday at 1:00 p.m. ET
|Scott Dixon||+425 [Bet now]|
|Alexander Rossi||+800 [Bet now]|
|Marco Andretti||+800 [Bet now]|
|Ryan Hunter-Reay||+1000 [Bet now]|
|Simon Pagenaud||+1100 [Bet now]|
|Josef Newgarden||+1100 [Bet now]|
|Will Power||+1300 [Bet now]|
|Takuma Sato||+1600 [Bet now]|
|Rinus VeeKay||+2000 [Bet now]|
|Colton Herta||+2000 [Bet now]|
|James Hinchcliffe||+2200 [Bet now]|
|Felix Rosenqvist||+2500 [Bet now]|
|Fernando Alonso||+2500 [Bet now]|
|Graham Rahal||+2500 [Bet now]|
|Conor Daly||+2500 [Bet now]|
|Ed Carpenter||+2900 [Bet now]|
|Helio Castroneves||+3000 [Bet now]|
|Patricio O’Ward||+4000 [Bet now]|
|Santino Ferrucci||+5000 [Bet now]|
|Tony Kanaan||+5000 [Bet now]|
|Oliver Askew||+5000 [Bet now]|
|Marcus Ericsson||+5000 [Bet now]|
|Spencer Pigot||+5000 [Bet now]|
|Alex Palou||+5000 [Bet now]|
|Zach Veach||+7000 [Bet now]|
|Jack Harvey||+8000 [Bet now]|
|Charlie Kimball||+12500 [Bet now]|
|J.R. Hildebrand||+20000 [Bet now]|
|James Davison||+20000 [Bet now]|
|Max Chilton||+25000 [Bet now]|
|Sage Karam||+25000 [Bet now]|
|Dalton Kellett||+25000 [Bet now]|
|Ben Hanley||+30000 [Bet now]|
Indy 500 Odds & Betting Notes
Scott Dixon, who won the 2008 Indy 500, will start from the second position and is the race favorite at +425 odds.
Pole-sitter Marco Andretti has dominated practice and qualifying since cars unloaded at the Brickyard last week, so it’s no surprise to see his odds skyrocket from 50-1 down to 8-1.
Andretti is joined by teammate and 2016 Indy 500 winner Alexander Rossi at 8-1. Rossi is not only among the favorites to win on Sunday, but he’s also our best Indy 500 betting value.