NASCAR Odds Daytona 500: Kyle Larson Favored for Sunday’s Great American Race

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Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images. Pictured: Kyle Larson, driver of the #5 Chevrolet

NASCAR odds for the Daytona 500 have now settled in following four straight days of on-track activity.

Qualifying took place on Wednesday, followed by the Duel races on Thursday with Cup Series practice sessions on both Friday and Saturday, all of which influence the latest NASCAR odds for the Daytona 500.

So, let's go ahead and take a look at the updated NASCAR odds for Sunday's Daytona 500 (2:30 p.m. ET, FOX).

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NASCAR Odds Daytona 500

*Odds via FanDuel Sportsbook as of Sunday morning

Kyle Larson+1000
Ryan Blaney+1200
Chase Elliott+1200
Joey Logano+1200
Denny Hamlin+1300
Kyle Busch+1300
Bubba Wallace+1800
William Byron+1800
Ross Chastain+1800
Brad Keselowski+2000
Kevin Harvick+2500
Martin Truex Jr.+2500
Tyler Reddick+2600
Alex Bowman+2600
Austin Cindric+2700
Christopher Bell+3000
Austin Dillon+3000
Ryan Preece+3000
Erik Jones+3000
Aric Almirola+3000
Chris Buescher+3500
Todd Gilliland+3800
Ricky Stenhouse Jr.+4000
Daniel Suarez+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+6500
Zane Smith+10000
Corey Lajoie+10000
Travis Pastrana+10000
Ty Dillon+15000
Riley Herbst+15000
B.J. McLeod+20000
Cody Ware+20000
Conor Daly+20000

In a bit of a surprise among experienced NASCAR bettors, Kyle Larson (+1000) is the Daytona 500 favorite at FanDuel Sportsbook heading into this afternoon's race.

Larson's Hendrick Motorsports teammate Chase Elliott and Team Penske drivers Ryan Blaney and Joey Logano are next at +1200, with Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch — both +1300 — rounding out the top five.

A big storyline for today's race also surrounds Jimmie Johnson's NASCAR return.

The seven-time Cup Series champion locked himself into the field in Wednesday's qualifying session and now sits at +4000 to win the Daytona 500.

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