2020 Brickyard 400 Odds

Brickyard 400 Odds and Preview

NASCAR’s most prestigious races will take center stage when the Brickyard 400 aka the 2020 Big Machine Hand Sanitizer 400 lights up the fabled Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday. Click here for live NASCAR odds.

Recent Brickyard 400 winners

  • 2019 – Kevin Harvick
  • 2018 – Brad Keselowski
  • 2017 – Kasey Khane
  • 2016 – Kyle Busch
  • 2015 – Kyle Busch

The only active drivers to win this event are Harvick (2003, ’19), Busch (2015, ’16), Keselowski (2018), Jimmie Johnson (2006, ’08, ’09, ’12), and Ryan Newman (2013). Ford has won each of the last two Brickyard 400 titles. Chevrolet won 14 of 17 from 2001 to 2017. Toyota’s only race wins in this event came with Busch at the wheel.

2020 Brickyard 400 Odds

  • Kevin Harvick +435
  • Kyle Busch +450
  • Denny Hamlin +485
  • Joey Logano +900
  • Ryan Blaney +950
  • Brad Keselowski +1000
  • Martin Truex Jr +1025
  • Chase Elliott +1225
  • Erik Jones +2200
  • Clint Bowyer +2750
  • William Byron +3000
  • Alex Bowman +3500
  • Kurt Busch +3500
  • Aric Almirola +3500
  • Matt DiBenedetto +5000
  • Jimmie Johnson +5500
  • Tyler Reddick +8000
  • Christopher Bell +8500
  • Matt Kenseth +9000
  • Darrell Wallace Jr +10000
  • Ryan Newman +11000
  • Austin Dillon +12500
  • Ricky Stenhouse Jr +15000
  • Chris Buescher +22500
  • Cole Custer +30000
  • John Hunter Nemechek +30000
  • Daniel Suarez +50000
  • Ryan Preece +200000
  • Ty Dillon +200000
  • Michael McDowell +250000
  • Corey Lajoie +300000
  • JJ Yeley +320000
  • Joey Gase +320000
  • Timmy Hill +320000
  • Brennan Poole +325000
  • BJ McLeod +350000
  • Quin Houff +350000
  • Ross Chastain +350000
  • Garrett Smithley +350000
  • Josh Bilicki +350000

Hot NASCAR Picks

Kevin Harvick

The current leader in the NASCAR standings won the Pocono 325 on Saturday and finished second to Denny Hamlin in the Pocono 350 the following day. Harvick also won in Atlanta on June 7 while taking the checkered flag at Darlington in May. With a dozen Top-10 finishes, eight Top-5 finishes and three wins in 15 races this year, Kevin Harvick is offering a ton of value in the 2020 Brickyard 400.

Denny Hamlin

Hamlin might be fourth in the standings, but he’s on fire coming into this event after finishing second to Harvick in Saturday’s Pocono 325 and taking the checkered flag in Sunday’s Pocono 350. Hamlin has 10 Top-10 finishes this year to go along with a NASCAR high nine Top-5 finishes and another NASCAR0best four victories. Hamlin has also won two of the last four races heading into this coming weekend while finishing sixth in the 2019 Brickyard 400.

Ryan Blaney

Blaney finished 12th on Saturday and a disappointing 22nd on Sunday in NASCAR’s Pocono doubleheader this past weekend, but he’s also second in the standings with seven Top-10 finishes and an identical seven Top-5 finishes. Blaney won at Talladega two weeks ago and finished fifth in this race a year ago.

Cold NASCAR Picks

Joey Logano

Logano has six Top-10 finishes, three Top-5 finishes and a pair of wins at Las Vegas and Phoenix. However, that was before the hiatus. In his last four races, Logano has finished between 17t and 36t and that just doesn’t bode well heading into this race. The good news is that Logano finished second in the 2019 Brickyard 400.

Ricky Stenhouse Jr.

19th in the NASCAR standings, Stenhouse Jr. has recorded three Top-10 finishes and an identical three Top-5 finishes this season. The bad news is that he’s also finished 13th or worst in six of his last seven races while finishing a discouraging 31st in this race a year ago.

Long Shot Brickyard 400 Picks

Jimmie Johnson

The sure-fire future Hall of Fame legend might be in his last full season, driving the now, famous No. 48 Chevrolet for Hendrick Motorsports, but I think he’s worth a shot as a longshot selection. Currently 12th in the standings, Johnson has six Top-10 finishes and a pair of Top-5 finishes this year. Johnson finished 21st and 16th this past weekend at Pocono, but the seven-time NASCAR Cup champion does have four wins in this race, one behind record-holder Jeff Gordon.

Bubba Wallace

Sure, Wallace has mostly been in the spotlight recently because of his stand against racism and the Confederate flag, but he’s also recorded a pair of Top-5 finishes while finishing third in the 2019 Brickyard 400.