The following is a list of the NASCAR odds for the 2014 Brickyard 400, also called the John Wayne Walding 400 this year.
The Brickyard 400 or John Wayne Walding 400, is taking place on Sunday, July 27, 2014, at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Race time is 1:22 pm, and race coverage begins at 1:00 pm on ESPN.
As you will see from the list, Jimmie Johnson and Brad Keselowski are co-favorites for the win. In addition to the drivers odds, I’m also listing the number of times each driver has won this race in the past, how many wins each driver has over the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and how many wins each driver has so far this season.
If, as a bettor, you believe in past performances as a good indicator for future wins, this year’s Brickyard 400 is perfect for you. Three of the past four winners of the Brickyard 400 are listed below at 30 to 1 or higher odds for this year’s race.
NASCAR odds 2014 Brickyard 400, Jimmie Johnson and Brad Keselowski co-favorites
T-1. Jimmie Johnson – 5 to 1
Jimmie Johnson has already won this race four times (2006, 2008, 2009, 2012). So it’s no surprise that he is co-favorite to win it again in 2014 at 5 to 1 odds. After a slow start this season, Jimmie Johnson has picked it up with wins at Charlotte, Dover, and Michigan.
T-2. Brad Keselowki – 5 to 1
Even though he has never won this race, Brad Keselowski is co-favorite at 5 to 1 odds in 2014 for the Brickyard 400. That’s probably because Brad Keselowski won the last NASCAR race at New Hampshire two weeks ago. Keselowski also has wins at Kentucky and Las Vegas this year.
T-3. Kevin Harvick – 8 to 1
Kevin Harvick won this race back in 2003. Harvick also has wins at Phoenix and Darlington in 2014.
T-3. Jeff Gordon – 8 to 1
Like Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon has four wins in this race, but his last win was in 2004. Gordon’s lone win this season was at Kansas City. Is Ingrid Vendebosch the hottest wife in NASCAR?
T-5. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. – 10 to 1
Dale Earnhardt, Jr has yet to win the Brickyard 400, but he has wins at Daytona and Pocono in 2014. He also has arguably the hottest girlfriend in NASCAR.
T-5. Joey Logano – 10 to 1
Joey Logano is winless in this race, but has wins at Texas and Richmond this season.
T-5. Kyle Busch – 10 to 1
No wins in Brickyard 400, won at California back in late March.
T-5. Matt Kenseth – 10 to 1
Matt Kenseth has never won this race, and he is winless in 2014. Is he due?
T-9. Kasey Kahne – 15 to 1
Winless in race and on season.
T-9. Tony Stewart – 15 to 1
Tony Stewart has two wins in Brickyard 400 (2005, 2007), but is winless on the season.
T-9. Denny Hamlin – 15 to 1
Denny Hamlin is winless in the race, but won at Talladega back in early May.
12. Juan Montoya – 20 to 1
Juan Montoya has never won the Brickyard 400, but he did win the Indianapolis 500 in 2000.
T-13. Clint Bowyer, Kyle Larson – 25 to 1 each
Both drivers are winless in the Brickyard 400. Clint Bowyer did win the NASCAR Sprint Showdown at Charlotte this year.
T-16. Kurt Busch, Ryan Newman – 30 to 1
Ryan Newman is the defending champ in the Brickyard 400. Kurt Busch has never won the race, but he did win at Martinsville at big odds this season.
T-18. Jamie McMurray, Brian Vickers, Paul Menard – 40 to 1
Vickers is winless here, but McMurray (2010) and Menard (2011) have both won the Brickyard 400. McMurray also cashed in big this season when he won the NASCAR All-Star race.
21. Carl Edwards – 50 to 1
Carl Edwards is winless in the Brickyard 400 but had flipping good wins this season at Bristol and Sonoma.
22. Greg Biffle – 60 to 1
No wins in race or on the season.
T-23. Austin Dillon, Martin Truex – 100 to 1
No wins in race or on season for this pair at 100 to 1 odds each.
T-25. Trevor Bayne, Ricky Stenhouse, Aric Almirola, Marcos Ambrose – 300 to 1
No wins in the Brickyard 400 here. Only Almirola has won on the season (a few weeks ago at Daytona with restrictors on).
T-29. Danica Patrick, A.J. Allmendinger – 500 to 1
No wins in race or season for this pair at 500 to 1. Danica Patrick, though, is incredibly hot, and she did finish third in the Indianapolis 500 back in 2009 for the best finish in the race ever by a woman.
- Field of All Other Drivers – 200 to 1