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Daytona 500 Odds and Betting

The 75th NASCAR season will get underway when the green flag waves at the Daytona 500 on Sunday, February 19.

The annual season opener in Daytona, Florida is often referred to as NASCAR’s Super Bowl. Pack racing and wild crashes make this race unlike any other.

Although the cars are no longer fitted with restrictor plates, the racing is essentially the same. All cars are on an even playing field. Michael McDowell won the 2021 Daytona 500 despite being a 100-1 underdog in the Daytona 500 odds. In the 2022 summer Daytona race, a bettor won $1 million on a $13 parlay bet with this Daytona 500 pick– Cody Ware +2000, B.J. McLeod +2000, Landon Cassill +1500 and David Ragan +950 to all finish inside the top 10.

Ryan Blaney, Kyle Larson, Denny Hamlin and Chase Elliott are the current favorites to win the 2023 Daytona 500 at +1200 on the Daytona 500 betting odds. Of those drivers, only Denny Hamlin has won a Daytona 500. Among the long shots are several past super speedway winners. Justin Haley and Aric Almirola sit at +4000, while seven-time champion Jimmie Johnson makes his return to NASCAR as a +5000 underdog, making him someone to watch in the Daytona 500 rankings.

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