2019 South Point 400 Odds, Preview & Prediction

Posted by Derrick Harper on September 11, 2019 in

With the playoff field being set, it’s now time for some hardcore NASCAR racing. The first leg of the NASCAR Monster Energy Series playoffs will kick off on Sunday night with the South Point 400 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. With the playoff field being set, it’s now time for some hardcore NASCAR racing. The first leg of the NASCAR Monster Energy Series playoffs will kick off on Sunday night with the South Point 400 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.  16 drivers have qualified for the playoffs.

Let’s take a look at the NASCAR Betting Favorites favorites to win this weekend’s South Point 400.

2019 South Point 400 Odds, Preview & Prediction

Joey Logano

Logano finished fifth in the playoff point standings. Logano loves to drive at this track, as he won here earlier this year. He has seven straight top-10 finishes at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, and of those seven, five have been top-5 finishes. Team Penske has been racing well as of late, and Logano could continue that trend here on Sunday Night.

Martin Truex Jr.

Truex nearly edged Denny Hamlin out for second place in the driver standings. With his five top-10 finishes in his last six starts at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Truex is a favorite to take the checkered flag on Sunday. He won here in 2017, and would love to get a win here in 2019.

Kevin Harvick

Coming off of his victory last weekend at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Harvick has all of the momentum. Harvick, who finished fourth in the driver point standings, is racing at a high level. Look for big things from him on Sunday.

Kyle Busch

Even though he finished in first place in the driver point standings, Busch raced better at the beginning of the year than he did at the end of the year. However, this is Busch’s hometown, and he loves racing here. He has finished in the top-5 in four of his last seven races at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. He wants to get back to his winning ways this weekend.

Denny Hamlin

Denny didn’t start the season well, but it’s now how you start, it’s how you finish. He raced well at the end of the season. Hamlin has never raced well at this track, but with the way he has raced lately, that could all change.

Brad Keselowski

Of his last eight starts at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Keselowski has won three of those. In those eight starts, he has finished inside the top-10 in all of those. His last race in Vegas, he finished in second place. Keselowski will be at or near the top on Sunday.

Kyle Larson

Until a late race accident sidelined him, Larson was looking like he could win last weekend’s race at Indianapolis. Larson has been one of the hottest drivers on the circuit. Larson has finished in the top-3 in three of his last four races. Larson’s driving skills and how he has raced as of late, could propel him to the top of the field on Sunday.

Erik Jones

Winning recently at Darlington has propelled Jones into the top tier of drivers. That win has given him more confidence, and he will be confident heading into this weekend’s South Point 400.