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2021 NASCAR Odds Cup Series Championship | Odds, Prop Bets and Futures

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To Win The 2021 NASCAR Cup Series Championship

1001 Kevin Harvick +650
1002 Chase Elliott +650
1003 Denny Hamlin +650
1004 Joey Logano +800
1005 Kyle Busch +800
1006 Brad Keselowski +800
1007 Martin Truex Jr +700
1008 Kyle Larson +800
1009 Ryan Blaney +1200
1010 Aric Almirola +4000
1011 Kurt Busch +3300
1012 Alex Bowman +2500
1013 William Byron +1600
1014 Christopher Bell +2000
1016 Matt DiBenedetto +6500
1017 Ross Chastain +15000
1018 Cole Custer +8000
1019 Tyler Reddick +10000
1020 Austin Dillon +5000
1021 Chase Briscoe +10000
1022 Erik Jones +8000
1023 Chris Buescher +25000
1024 Ricky Stenhouse Jr +20000
1025 Ryan Newman +10000
1027 Bubba Wallace +8000

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Is there anything as exciting and truly American as NASCAR in the sporting world? NASCAR races are some of the most thrilling events on the sporting calendar for enthusiasts of high octane car racing. Ask any fan of the sport about it and you will see the passion and love they have for the racing extravaganza that is a NASCAR Odds race.

If you add to that excitement the fact that you could make some top dollar betting on the fast driven action, like who the best driver to win the NASCAR Odds is, which racing team will end up winning the Manufacturer’s Championship or who’s looking best to take the next race in the cup series calendar, then a whole new world opens up. A world just as fast paced and exciting as the races themselves.

2021 NASCAR Odds Season Overview

The 2021 NASCAR Cup Series, the 73rd season for professional stock car racing in the US and the 50th season for the modern Cup Series title has been underway since early February with the running of the non-point awarding Busch Clash in Daytona Beach Speedway. Six of the 36 Cup Series official races, counting regular season and playoffs are already down, including the almighty Daytona 500, won by driver Michael McDowell, making it his first ever career victory and third for his Front Row Motorsports team.

While it’s still early on to get a full scope as to where the 2021 NASCAR Odds are leaning towards, household racing names like Denny Hamlin, Joey Logano, Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch always stand out as some of the strongest options if looking for a safe bet come race day.

Betting on the NASCAR CUP Series Championship

NASCAR betting can be a daunting world in its own. Unlike any other team sports wagering action, betting on NASCAR Odds has a few twists and turns of its own, just like the races themselves. In order to dive fully into the world of NASCAR betting, first some simple concepts must be understood. Each NASCAR season has a 9-month duration including the playoffs and championship series.

There are many ways in which one can make money off betting on NASCAR odds. From picking drivers individually, to head to head matchups, picking which manufacturer will win each race and the championship at the end,

What type of bets can I make on NASCAR Odds?

BetUS offers NASCAR Odds for every event during both the regular and postseason to keep NASCAR racing fans who love to bet on the edge of their seats. The most typical option is betting on the money line, in which you basically get to pick out and wager on the driver with the best odds to win each race week after week.

Other types of attractive betting options can be picking who the top finishers of each race will be. While picking a driver to win a race might be difficult, especially considering just how wild and unexpected NASCAR Odds race results can be, playing it a little safer by picking out of the usual 40 drivers who will end up in the top spots can always be a good option for making a couple of bucks off the races.

How To Bet On NASCAR Futures?

Another option that is always attractive to racing fans, especially those who follow the sport on a daily basis is betting on NASCAR futures. Seen by some as another type of prop bet, betting on future events might come out as a stretch given the volatility of the sport.

Just like betting in the NFL for Super Bowl futures, NASCAR Odds has the same option: basically betting on who has the best odds online to finish out the season as series champion but why stop there. Other interesting future bets include which driver will end up with the most wins during the season and which driver will amount the most points at the end of the season.

NASCAR Prop Betting

Prop betting in NASCAR Odds like in any other sport is wagering on specific scenarios that happen exclusively for the sport in hand. With NASCAR prop bets there is no exception to that rule, with popular options ranging from picking the driver that will lead for the most laps in a race to how many caution laps will be taken given the amount of crashes that usually happen in these races. And in case you were wondering, yes, another very popular prop bet is how many crashes any given race will have, all in the name of good old betting fun.


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How to Bet on NASCAR Odds?

Known as one of America’s favorite pastimes, NASCAR Odds can be an exciting, adrenaline boosting day if you make your way down to the racetracks. With over 1,500 races at over 100 tracks throughout 48 American states, you will find that there are plenty of NASCAR betting opportunities available throughout a season.

NASCAR has many different racing series, featuring various skill levels for drivers from around the world. The three main NASCAR Odds series that are tested on a national level are:

  1. Sprint Cup Series, which showcases some of the top talent in the world like Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt Jr. These cars are exceptionally fast, reaching high speeds of 180 miles per hour, depending on the track.
  2. Xfinity Series is the next step down from the Sprint Cup, where drivers can qualify to earn spots into the Sprint Cup. The cars are not as fast, only pushing 750 horsepower to the Sprint Cup’s 850. While it’s a bit slower, it’s still highly entertaining as you will see many familiar names in this race.
  3. Camping World Truck Series takes souped-up pick-up trucks and adds engines that can handle 750 horsepower. They can travel the speeds of the Xfinity but are obviously pick-up trucks which are less stable and difficult to control at those speeds.

To gamble on any of these races, you first will need to learn the ins and outs of NASCAR betting, and how the NASCAR odds work. It’s important to learn as much as you can before creating your betting strategy.

Betting on NASCAR Options

While it can be as cut and dry as predicting who will win the race, there are some other NASCAR Odds options you should familiarize yourself with. You can bet on plenty of different outcomes that occur during the race, much like horse racing betting, which allows you some alternative options if you aren’t really sure who will win outright.

Outright Win

We can start with the easiest and most popular option since we’ve already talked about it above. Betting on who will win the race is as simple as it gets, you choose a driver, if he wins, you win and if he doesn’t, neither do you. There will be several different drivers listed with all different Nascar odds based on their likelihood of winning the race.

For instance, if you like Dale Earnhardt Jr. to win the race, and he has -400 odds since he’s a mega favorite in this particular race, you will need to bet $400 to win $100. Essentially to bet on a favored driver, you will need to bet the odds amount to win $100.

Let’s say his odds are +250, he could still be a favored driver, but just not so much of a longshot. When you see the positive number, you will know that is how much you will win if you bet $100.

You can bet any amount, obviously, it’s just a quick and easy way to figure out how much you’d win. You can bet on multiple drivers as well – which can cover your bases if you aren’t totally sure which will win.

Pole Position (Fastest Qualifier)

Where a driver starts in a race is important in the grand scheme of things. Drivers prefer certain pole positions and will compete in qualifiers before the race to determine where they will start the race. They are judged on their lap times and the fastest lap is awarded the first pole position.

Before you dig into your main event NASCAR Odds, you can bet on these qualifiers as a warm-up, just like the drivers are doing. This could be an easy bet to place as you could potentially pick a sure winner based on past performances.

Podium Finish

Much like horse racing, which would be the closest sport to car racing, we see similarities in NASCAR Odds as well. If you’re new to racing and the podium, there are the top three spots and those three drivers will step onto the podium at the end of the race. Obviously the first place driver will have the top spot and the second and third place drivers will be on the lower blocks.

You are able to bet on a driver to have a podium finish, which means you are betting on a driver to be standing on that podium at the end of the race. It doesn’t matter which block they stand on, just as long as they finish in the top three. The odds will be shorter in this sense as you are taking more risk out of the wager, but it’s handy if you think your driver might choke on the final lap.

Driver Matchups

It’s common in individual sports betting online where there are plenty of players on the field (or racetrack in this case) to be paired up and compete against each other by sportsbooks. When you don’t have direct competition between two people, it lacks the ability to be predictable, so NASCAR Odds introduced driver matchups. If you’re familiar with golf, they do this in major events in the form of moneyline wagers.

Again, you don’t have to pick the winner of the race, you just have to pick a driver to do better than another driver. All he has to do is place above the other.

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NASCAR Betting Picks



  • Saturday Apr. 10 7:30 pm ET
    Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500
    Martinsville Speedway
    Martinsville, Virginia – 500 laps / 263 miles
  • Sunday Apr. 18 3:00 pm ET
    Richmond Raceway
    Richmond, Virginia – 400 laps / 300 miles
  • Sunday Apr. 25 2:00 pm ET
    GEICO 500
    Talladega Superspeedway
    Talladega, Alabama – 188 laps / 500 miles


  • Sunday May 2 3:00 pm ET
    NASCAR Cup Series Race at Kansas
    Kansas Speedway
    Kansas City, Kansas – 267 laps / 400 miles
  • Sunday May 9 3:30 pm ET
    NASCAR Cup Series Race at Darlington
    Darlington Raceway
    Darlington, South Carolina – 228 laps / 310.6 miles
  • Sunday May 16 2:00 pm ET
    Drydene 400
    Dover International Speedway
    Dover, Delaware – 400 laps / 400 miles
  • Sunday May 23 2:30 pm ET
    EchoPark Texas Grand Prix
    Circuit of The Americas
    Austin, Texas – TBA laps / TBA miles
  • Sunday May 30 6:00 pm ET
    Coca-Cola 600
    Charlotte Motor Speedway
    Concord, North Carolina – 400 laps / 600 miles


  • Sunday June 6 4:00 pm ET
    Toyota / Save Mart 350
    Sonoma Raceway
    Sonoma, California – 90 laps / 226.8 miles
  • Sunday June 13 6:00 pm ET
    NASCAR All-Star Open
    Texas Motor Speedway
    Fort Worth, Texas – TBA laps / TBA miles
  • Sunday June 13 8:00 pm ET
    NASCAR All-Star Race
    Texas Motor Speedway
    Fort Worth, Texas – TBA laps / TBA miles
  • Sunday June 20 3:30 pm ET
    Ally 400 Nashville Superspeedway
    Nashville, Tennessee – 300 laps / 400 miles
  • Saturday June 26 3:00 pm ET
    NASCAR Cup Series Race at Pocono-1
    Pocono Raceway
    Long Pond, Pennsylvania – 130 laps / 325 miles
  • Sunday June 27 3:30 pm ET
    NASCAR Cup Series Race at Pocono-2
    Pocono Raceway
    Long Pond, Pennsylvania – 140 laps / 350 miles


  • Sunday July 4 2:30 pm ET
    NASCAR Cup Series Race at Road America
    Road America
    Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin – 62 laps / 250 miles
  • Sunday July 11 3:30 pm ET
    Quaker State 400 presented by Walmart
    Atlanta Motor Speedway
    Hampton, Georgia – 260 laps / 400 miles
  • Sunday July 18 3:00 pm ET
    Foxwoods Resort Casino 301
    New Hampshire Motor Speedway
    Loudon, New Hampshire – 301 laps / 318.46 miles


  • Sunday Aug. 8 3:00 pm ET
    Go Bowling at The Glen
    Watkins Glen International
    Watkins Glen, New York – 90 laps / 220.5 miles
  • Sunday Aug. 15 1:00 pm ET
    Big Machine Vodka 400 at the Brickyard powered By Florida Georgia Line
    Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course
    Indianapolis, Indiana – 82 laps / 200 miles
  • Sunday Aug. 22 3:00 pm ET
    FireKeepers Casino 400
    Michigan International Speedway
    Brooklyn, Michigan – 200 laps / 400 miles
  • Saturday Aug. 28 7:00 pm ET
    Coke Zero Sugar 400
    Daytona International Speedway
    Daytona Beach, Florida – 160 laps / 400 miles



  • Sunday Sept. 5 6:00 pm ET
    Cook Out Southern 500
    Darlington Raceway
    Darlington, South Carolina – 367 laps / 501.3 miles
  • Saturday Sept. 11 7:30 pm ET
    Federated Auto Parts 400
    Richmond Raceway
    Richmond, Virginia – 400 laps / 300 miles
  • Saturday Sept. 18 7:30 pm ET
    Bass Pro Shops Night Race
    Bristol Motor Speedway
    Bristol, Tennessee – 500 laps / 266.5 miles


  • Sunday Sept. 26 7:00 pm ET
    South Point 400
    Las Vegas Motor Speedway
    Las Vegas, Nevada – 267 laps / 400.5 miles


  • Sunday Oct. 3 2:00 pm ET
    YellaWood 500
    Talladega Superspeedway
    Talladega, Alabama – 188 laps / 500.08 miles
  • Sunday Oct. 10 2:00 pm ET
    Bank of America ROVAL 400
    Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course
    Concord, North Carolina – 109 laps / 248.52 miles


  • Sunday Oct. 17 2:00 pm ET
    Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500
    Texas Motor Speedway
    Fort Worth, Texas – 334 laps / 501 miles
  • Sunday Oct. 24 3:00 pm ET
    Hollywood Casino 400
    Kansas Speedway
    Kansas City, Kansas – 267 laps / 400.5 miles
  • Sunday Oct. 31 2:00 pm ET
    Xfinity 500
    Martinsville Speedway
    Martinsville, Virginia – 500 laps / 263 miles



  • Sunday Nov. 7 3:00 pm ET
    NASCAR Cup Series Championship
    Phoenix Raceway
    Avondale, Arizona – 312 laps / 312 miles