The 2021 NASCAR Cup Series was special as it was the 50th edition of the event to take place in the modern era, and it’s Kyle Larson who will be looking to defend his crown going into the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series this year. No driver has successfully defended the Cup Series since Jimmie Johnson in 2010, but Larson was the heavy favorite to win it again when the season started.
2022 NASCAR Cup Series
This guide aims to give all you need to get started on a fun-filled NASCAR betting experience by providing you with regular updates of the odds and the schedule. We will also revisit the standings and power rankings and provide you with newsworthy updates on the drivers throughout the racing season. Moreover, this guide to betting on NASCAR offers some handy tips and other insights to help you make informed bets.
Here are the latest drivers’ odds to win the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series. We will be updating the odds as the season progresses and marking down any updates regularly:
NASCAR Cup Series Vegas Odds
The drivers’ odds will be updated depending on current sportsbooks predictions and drivers’ standing in the overall rank list. All in all, there are 43 drivers who are listed as competitors this year. 36 are charter and guaranteed a spot in each race, while the remaining four spots in the race can be filled by the seven non-charter drivers.
Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course, North Carolina
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South Point 400
Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Nevada
Dixie Vodka 400
Martinsville Speedway, Virginia
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NASCAR Cup Series Championship
Phoenix Raceway, Arizona
Past NASCAR Cup Series Winners
Martin Truex Jr.
Kyle Busch and Jimmie Johnson are the two drivers who sport the most titles in the past 11 years, but Johnson is the only one in recent times to retain the title. Kyle Larson opened as the favorite at the start of the 2022 season, but can he do it?
Female NASCAR Drivers
The 2022 NASCAR Cup Series won’t feature any female drivers, but there have been a few over the years who have made a significant impression. Danica Patrick may be the most notable with 191 starts, one pole, and seven top-ten finishes, but we’ve yet to see a female record a win. There is no sign of anyone ready to break into the series at this stage, but the route is open for anyone who’s good enough to compete.