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Iowa Corn 350 Odds & Betting Lines for NASCAR Cup Series

Iowa Corn 350 Odds & Betting Lines for NASCAR Cup Series

It’s time for the NASCAR betting! Iowa Speedway, in the small town of Newton, will be jammed with NASCAR fans as the Cup Series makes its debut at the 0.875-mile lap oval for Sunday’s Iowa Corn 350 Powered by Ethanol. You can watch the race on the USA Network, or you can listen on the Motor Racing Network or the SiriusXM app.

Last week, Kyle Larson sped to victory at the Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway. Larson zipped into the lead with eight laps left and took his second career win at Sonoma and his third win in the Cup Series in 2024.

The race started with all kinds of chaos, with seven caution flags showing during the first half of the race. That made more cautions than had shown at the last two Sonoma events combined. The last 51 laps, however, ran without any cautions.

Larson was one of the last drivers to make his last pit stop, entering the track in eighth place with 20 laps to go; from there, he started picking off opponents and got the win. Check out the odds for this week’s short-track race and our wager card suggestions.

 

NASCAR Betting Odds & Analysis: Iowa Corn 350 Powered by Ethanol Preview | Top 10 Favorite’s Odds to Win

  • Christopher Bell +400
  • Kyle Larson +550
  • Denny Hamlin +700
  • Joey Logano +850
  • Ryan Blaney +1000
  • Martin Truex Jr +1000
  • William Byron +1200
  • Ty Gibbs +1200
  • Brad Keselowski +1200
  • Tyler Reddick +1400

Bet on the Cup Series Iowa Corn 350 Odds

Christopher Bell

Bell took advantage of testing the short-track package at Phoenix and got the win. He also tested at Iowa, and he has won twice here in the Xfinity Series.


 

Martin Truex Jr

Truex Jr has announced plans to retire from the Cup Series at the end of this season. Truex did well at Richmond, which is the most similar track to Iowa on the Cup Series calendar.


 

Kyle Larson

Larson also tested the Iowa track in May, and he finished third in the spring race at Richmond. He’s also coming in off a win last week, so the iron is definitely hot.


 

Denny Hamlin

Hamlin has the best average running position in the last three short-track packages (sixth), so expect him to take advantage of the package again on Sunday’s Cup Series.


 

Chase Elliott

Elliott has the second-best running position (seventh) through the three short-track races so far in 2024, despite the fact that he hasn’t led many laps or gotten any wins. Iowa’s Cup Series could turn out differently.


 

William Byron

Byron and the other Hendrick Chevys have been just a bit slower than JGR’s Toyotas using the short-track package this year. However, the last short-track race took place over a month ago. Has Hendrick managed to solve the problem?


 

Ross Chastain

Chastain won at Iowa in 2019 in the Truck Series. He’ll be racing Saturday in the Xfinity Series, giving him more familiarity with the oval ahead of Sunday’s action.


 

Alex Bowman

Bowman has a top-ten running position over the first three short-track package races of the season.


 

Ty Gibbs

Gibbs won twice at Iowa in the ARCA Series, leading 289 of the 300 combined laps, and he’s in a JGR Toyota, which has been the fastest car in this package in 2024.


 

Tyler Reddick

Reddick led the most laps at Phoenix and also had the best average running position. Phoenix isn’t as similar to Iowa as Richmond is, but it is another short-track package race.


 

Joey Logano

Logano has done well at Richmond at night – and Iowa is a similar track, and this race will take place under the lights.


   
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