Daytona 500 Pole Qualifying Odds: Hendrick Motorsports Tops the Board

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Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images. Pictured: NASCAR drivers Alex Bowman (left) and Kyle Larson (right) pose at Daytona International Speedway

Daytona 500 Pole Odds

Alex Bowman+450
Kyle Larson+475
William Byron+700
Chase Elliott+750
Chase Briscoe+1000
Denny Hamlin+1100
Kyle Busch+1100
Bubba Wallace+1200
Ryan Blaney+1200
Joey Logano+1300
Brad Keselowski+1300
Chris Buescher+1500
Christopher Bell+1500
Noah Gragson+1600
Ryan Preece+2000
Josh Berry+2000
Ty Gibbs+2500
Ross Chastain+2500
Austin Dillon+3000
Martin Truex Jr+3000
Ricky Stenhouse Jr+3000
Austin Cindric+3000
Erik Jones+3000
Tyler Reddick+3300
Harrison Burton+4000
Michael McDowell+5000
Daniel Suarez+5000
Corey Lajoie+7000
AJ Allmendinger+7000
Todd Gilliland+8000
Riley Herbst+8000
David Ragan+8000
John Hunter Nemechek+8000
Justin Haley+8000
Jimmie Johnson+8000
Carson Hocevar+10000
Daniel Hemric+10000
Zane Smith+12500
Kaz Grala+15000
Anthony Alfredo+15000
BJ McLeod+25000

*Odds via Caesars as of Wednesday morning

Daytona 500 qualifying will get underway at 8 p.m. ET (FS1) on Wednesday and lock in the front row for Sunday's race while also setting lineups for Thursday's Bluegreen Vacations Duel races (7 p.m. ET, FS1).

Laying down the fastest time brings along the prestige and obvious advantage of optimal track position to start NASCAR's biggest race, motivating sportsbooks to offer Daytona 500 pole odds for eager bettors.

Because this is the iconic Daytona 500, motorsports bettors are jonesing at the opportunity to get some action down for NASCAR's Super Bowl, even if it's on single-car qualifying runs.

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When it comes to the pole at the Daytona 500, you immediately think of Hendrick Motorsports, and that's exactly what the odds reflect.

Hendrick cars have swept the front row in the Great American Race in four of the last five years, with Alex Bowman on a streak of six straight front-row starts, including three poles.

Unsurprisingly, Bowman is the favorite to win the pole at +450 odds.

Teammate Kyle Larson, who won the Daytona 500 pole two years ago and qualified second in 2023, is right on Bowman's heels at +475.

Hendrick Motorsports' William Byron, the 2019 polesitter, sits third on the odds board at +700 with Chase Elliott, who posted the fastest qualifying time in 2016 and 2017, rounding out the top four at +750.

Next in line is Stewart-Haas Racing's Chase Briscoe at +1000, followed by Joe Gibbs Racing's Denny Hamlin (+1100), Richard Childress Racing's Kyle Busch (+1100), Team Penske's Ryan Blaney (+1200) and 23XI Racing's Bubba Wallace (+1200).

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