Longshots Who Can Win the Pennzoil 400 (100-1 Odds on Rookie)

Ty Gibbs, Joe Gibbs Racing, Daytona 500, NASCAR (Photo by Logan Riely/Getty Images)
Ty Gibbs, Joe Gibbs Racing, Daytona 500, NASCAR (Photo by Logan Riely/Getty Images) /

NASCAR returns to Las Vegas Motor Speedway this weekend for the Pennzoil 400.

Alex Bowman looks to repeat, having won the NASCAR Cup Series race at the track last March, though he isn’t considered among the favorites with just +2000 odds.

Kyle Busch (+600) is the favorite after a win last weekend, though I’ve got my eye on a few longshot drivers who could deliver a HUGE payday. Caesars Sportsbook is helping the cause by giving you bet insurance of up to $1,250 for the race! You can back ANY driver and get refunded in bonus bets if you lose!

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Longshots Who Can Win the Pennzoil 400

Daniel Suarez

Suarez was excellent at Auto Club Speedway last weekend, finishing fourth while putting up the third-best driver rating. He races well on intermediate tracks that require speed and I love his chances to break through for a huge win.

In Vegas last October, Suarez posted the third-most fast laps and consistently scored among the fastest drivers in these types of events.

At +3700, we’re getting excellent value on a guy who seems poised for a breakthrough.

Brad Keselowski

Keselowski is in a disappointing stretch, failing to win a race last season for the first time in his career. That being said, +5000 odds are way too long for a guy as accomplished and talented as Keselowski. He led for a few laps last year at this event, and this might be the week he breaks through.

Since 2016, Keselowski has 80 top-five finishes and 18 wins. He’s led for 43 total laps this season and while a disappointing spinout at Fontana ruined his chances, he’s in solid form overall.

With a $1,250 bet insurance, I’d happy to take a swing on Keselowski getting back to the winner’s circle.

Ty Gibbs

How does a 100-to-1 longshot sound? One of the most talented rookies on tour, Gibbs won 11 Xfinity races while placing in the top 10 33 times before getting a crack at the Cup season.

In his brief career, he’s shown fantastic win equity and is comfortable under the lights. He raced well at the Daytona 500, ultimately finishing 25th. This could be the week Gibbs gets his first Cup victory, and I’m not passing up the chance at +10000 odds.

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