The 2022 NASCAR Cup Series zooms from Califonia to Las Vegas, with the 2022 Pennzoil 400 coming up next on Sunday. Check out our preview below of the favorites, sleepers, and a long shot for this upcoming race in Sin City.
Betting Preview for the Pennzoil 400 NASCAR Cup Series Race on March 6, 2022
Where: Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas, Nevada
When: Sunday, March 6, 2022, green flag at 3:30 PM ET
Kyle Larson (+425)
Showing that he is still hot after a successful 2021 campaign, Larson scored his first win of 2022 by taking the checkered flag in the 2022 Wise Power 400 last Sunday at the Auto Club Speedway. That’s a resounding rebound for Larson from a 32nd-place showing in the 2022 Daytona 500. Larson is definitely going to command much attention again this week at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, where he has a career average finish of 9.82. He has four top 5s – including a win — in 11 starts at the said track.
Chase Elliott (+700)
Elliott was a disappointment last Sunday, as he managed just a 26th-place finish in the 2022 Wise Power 400. However, one letdown performance shouldn’t deter bettors from considering him as a top investment in the upcoming race in Sin City. Elliott has always been a top-notch driver whenever he’s racing on an intermediate track such as the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Elliott has two career wins and has finished 24 times in the top five in 76 total starts on an intermediate track.
Tyler Reddick (+700)
Reddick has yet to turn heads this season. He placed 35th at Daytona and was only 24th in Fontana. This week, however, offers a chance for him to make some noise. The last time he started in a NA
Austin Cindric (+2800)
Cindric finds himself as an early points leader in the NASCAR Cup Series standings after a huge win in the 2022 Daytona 500 and a 12th-place finish in Fontana last week. He will look to keep his strong start heading into this weekend at the Las Vegas Motor Speedw
Austin Dillon (+3300)
Dillon nearly secured a spot in the playoffs when he finished second at the 2022 Wise Power 400. Nevertheless, that performance gives him a nice momentum heading into Sunday’s race at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, where he’s made the top 15 in both of his last couple of appearances there.
Cody Ware (+100000)
Ware has zero wins in 57 total starts in his NASCAR Cup Series career and his career average finish at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway is 32.67 across three starts.
Kyle Larson wins the 2022 Pennzoil 400.
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