Daytona 500 Odds: Ryan Blaney Favored at Start of Speedweeks

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Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images. Pictured: Ryan Blaney, driver of the #12 Advance Auto Parts Ford

Daytona 500 Odds

Ryan Blaney+1200
Denny Hamlin+1300
Chase Elliott+1300
Kyle Larson+1400
Kyle Busch+1400
Joey Logano+1600
Bubba Wallace+1600
William Byron+1900
Brad Keselowski+2000
Ross Chastain+2200
Kevin Harvick+2500
Martin Truex Jr.+2500
Tyler Reddick+2600
Austin Cindric+2700
Christopher Bell+3000
Austin Dillon+3000
Alex Bowman+3000
Ryan Preece+3000
Erik Jones+3000
Aric Almirola+3500
Ricky Stenhouse Jr.+4000
Daniel Suarez+4000
Chris Buescher+4000
Chase Briscoe+4000
Michael McDowell+4000
Jimmie Johnson+4000
Noah Gragson+4000
Ty Gibbs+5000
Justin Haley+5000
A.J. Allmendinger+5000
Harrison Burton+7500
Austin Hill+7500
Zane Smith+10000
Todd Gilliland+10000
David Ragan+10000
Corey Lajoie+10000
Travis Pastrana+10000
Chandler Smith+10000
Ty Dillon+15000
B.J. McLeod+20000
Cody Ware+20000

*Odds as of Monday, Feb. 13

Super Bowl 57 is now in the books, meaning it's time to turn our attention to NASCAR's Super Bowl: the Daytona 500.

With Speedweeks getting underway in just two days, let's take a run through the latest Daytona 500 odds from FanDuel Sportsbook.

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Notable Daytona 500 Odds

At 12-1 odds, Team Penske driver Ryan Blaney is the favorite to win the Daytona 500 as of Monday morning.

While Blaney has yet to score a win in the 500, Blaney led the most laps and had the best average finish across the four combined races at Daytona and Talladega in 2022.

Right on Blaney's heels are Denny Hamlin and Chase Elliott at 13-1 to win the Daytona 500. Hamlin is a three-time winner of the Great American Race.

Elliott has yet to visit Victory Lane at Daytona, but he has two victories at Talladega, including last fall.

And we wouldn't be doing our jobs correctly if we didn't highlight seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson, who is making his return to the series with a limited schedule in 2023, including the Daytona 500.

Johnson, who is not locked into the Daytona 500 and will therefore have to qualify on time or via Thursday's Duel races, is a two-time winner of NASCAR's biggest race.

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