2021 NASCAR Cup Series Odds Tracker
- We track the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series odds for all top drivers
- Kevin Harvick and Chase Elliott are co-favorites to win the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series Championship
- View drivers individually or by manufacturer
We’re tracking the championship odds for all drivers for the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series since they became available. The graphs below are generated by calculating the average from a selection of our most trusted sportsbooks.
NASCAR Cup Series Odds
2021 NASCAR Cup Series Odds
|Martin Truex Jr||+750|
|Ricky Stenhouse Jr||+25000|
Odds as of Jan. 18th
- [Jan 18] With the Daytona 500 under a month away, Chase Elliott has inched closer to Kevin Harvick with +592 average odds. Alex Bowman has also seen his average odds shorten from +2900 to +2300
- [Nov 30] As we inch closer to the 2021 NASCAR season, more sportsbooks have started to offer odds. Quin Houff, BJ McLeod, Ryan Preece, and Daniel Suarez all have odds listed now
- [Nov 17] Opening odds favor Kevin Harvick at +500. Last year’s winner Chase Elliott opens at +700 odds, along with Kyle Busch, Joey Logano, and Denny Hamlin
Championship Odds By Manufacturer
Chevrolet’s Chase Elliott clinched their first NASCAR Cup Series Championship last season since Jimmie Johnson won in 2016. Although Toyota does not have a fleet of strong drivers, they have been a top contender recently with Martin Truex Jr (2017) and Kyle Busch (2019) winning over the past three seasons.
Past NASCAR Cup Series Champions
|2017||Martin Truex Jr.|
Chase Elliot won his first-ever NASCAR Cup Series Championship in 2020. Kevin Harvick led as the favorite for most of the 2020 season, and is the opening favorite at +500 to win in 2021.
Odds for Past Cup Champions
Last year’s winner Chase Elliott, opens at +700 odds to repeat. Out of the past champions, Ford’s Kevin Harvick has the best odds.
Drivers with the Most Championships
What do Richard Petty, Dale Earnhardt, and Jimmie Johnson have in common? In addition to being NASCAR royalty, all three drivers have also won seven Cup championships. Johnson is the only driver to ever win five consecutive titles.