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2024 AdventHealth 400 NASCAR Odds, Time, and Prediction

It’s time for the 12th event on the 2024 NASCAR Cup Series calendar. The event in question is the 2024 AdventHealth 400, which will take place at Kansas Speedway on Sunday, May 5, 2024

The 2024 NASCAR Cup Series has been incredibly exciting so far, with seven drivers getting to the top of the podium after the race. Only two of them – William Byron and Denny Hamlin – won more than one race this season. Actually, each of them won three races so far, with Hamlin being the one to triumph last weekend.

Can he add a fourth win to his portfolio? Judging by the 2024 AdventHealth 400, he’s second on the list of favorites, just behind the Drivers’ Championship leader Kyle Larson.

DriverOdds
Kyle Larson+400
Denny Hamlin+450
Tyler Reddick+650
William Byron+750
Martin Truex Jr.+750
Christopher Bell+1000
Chase Elliott+1000
Ryan Blaney+1400
Bubba Wallace+1400
Ross Chastain+1600
Ty Gibbs+1600
Kyle Busch+1800
Alex Bowman+2000
Joey Logano+2800
Brad Keselowski+3000
Chris Buescher+3500
Noah Gragson+4000
Daniel Suarez+8000
Chase Briscoe+8000
Michael McDowell    +12500
Josh Berry    +15000
Carson Hocevar    +15000
Austin Cindric    +25000
Ricky Stenhouse Jr.    +25000
Erik Jones    +25000
*Odds taken from BetUS on Wednesday, May 1, 2024.
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When, Where, and How to Watch?

  • Place: Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kansas
  • Date: Sunday, May 5, 2024
  • Time: 3:00 p.m. ET
  • How to Watch: FS1

Reasons Why Kyle Larson and Denny Hamlin are Top 2024 AdventHealth 400 Favorites

Kyle Larson is sitting at the top of the 2024 NASCAR Cup Series Drivers’ Championship. So far, he’s had four podium finishes this season, but only one of those was a finish at the very top of the podium.

According to the 2024 AdventHealth 400 odds, he’s the top favorite to win the race on May 5, which would be his second win of the season. Winning the race in Kansas Speedway would further cement his place at the top of the standings, creating a bigger gap ahead of his rivals.

He lacks no motivation, but there’s one thing going against him. He doesn’t have great memories from Kansas City. This is one of the races he’s never won in his career.

Denny Hamlin, on the other hand, won this event three times, which makes him the most successful driver in the history of the AdventHealth 400. He’s the one who won this race last season, as well as the one who won the most recent race in the 2024 NASCAR Cup Series.

For all these reasons, it’s no surprise that his 2024 AdventHealth 400 odds are +450. Speaking of NASCAR odds, he and Larson are the only two drivers with odds shorter than +500. However, there are another three contenders who are given odds shorter than +1000.

Examining the Chances of AdventHealth 400 Contenders

Tyler Reddick is third on the list of the 2024 AdventHealth 400 favorites, priced at +650. The reason for this is that his form has improved a lot over the last couple of weeks. In fact, he won the race in Talladega two weeks ago, while finishing in relatively respectable 11th place last weekend in Dover.

It’s a similar story when it comes to Martin Truex Jr., who’s been pretty decent throughout the 2024 season, but who’s yet to win a race. When it comes to William Byron, it’s almost the opposite. This guy has won three races so far, but is coming off a dreadful performance in Dover, where he finished in 33rd place.

2024 AdventHealth 400 Prediction

Even though Kyle Larson is the top favorite to win the Kansas Speedway race on May 5, we’re gonna go with Denny Hamlin. Everything seems to be going in this guy’s favor at the moment, which is why we think he might win.

Pick: Denny Hamlin

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