NASCAR Kobalt 400: Odds, Time, Channel & Driver Standings

Kevin Harvick (4) and Jimmie Johnson are two of the favorites for Sunday's Kobalt 400 in Las Vegas. (Getty)

Kevin Harvick (4) and Jimmie Johnson are two of the favorites for Sunday’s Kobalt 400 in Las Vegas. (Getty)

The NASCAR schedule moves West this weekend with the Kobalt 400 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Jimmie Johnson picked up the win last weekend in Atlanta in the second race of the season.

Defending Kobalt champion Brad Keselowski and the rest of the field take to the track for pole qualifying Friday at 7:30 p.m. Eastern. It will be aired on FOX Sports 1.

For the entire weekend’s television coverage, click here.

Here’s what you need to know about the Kobalt 400:


The Basics

What:

Kobalt 400

When:

Sunday

Where:

Las Vegas Motor Speedway – Las Vegas, Nevada

Time:

FOX prerace coverage begins at 3 p.m. Eastern; Race Green Flag: 3:46 p.m. Eastern

Channel:

Fox


Kobalt 400 Odds

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Kevin Harvick #4 … 19/4
Jimmie Johnson #48 … 5/1
Dale Earnhardt Jr. #88 … 7/1
Joey Logano #22 … 15/2
Brad Keselowski #2 … 8/1
Jeff Gordon #24 … 8/1
Matt Kenseth #20 … 8/1
Carl Edwards #19 … 10/1
Kasey Kahne #5 … 10/1
Denny Hamlin #11 … 14/1
Kyle Larson #42 … 25/1
Clint Bowyer #15 … 33/1
Ryan Newman #31 … 33/1
Tony Stewart #14 … 33/1
David Ragan #18 … 40/1
Jamie McMurray #1 … 40/1
Martin Truex Jr. #78 … 40/1
Brian Vickers #55 … 50/1
Greg Biffle #16 … 50/1
Paul Menard #27 … 50/1
Regan Smith #41 … 75/1
Austin Dillon #3 … 100/1
A.J. Allmendinger #47 … 200/1
Aric Almirola #43 … 200/1
Danica Patrick #10 … 200/1
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. #17 … 200/1
Ryan Blaney #21 … 200/1
Sam Hornish Jr. #9 … 200/1
Trevor Bayne #6 … 200/1
Brett Moffitt #34 … 300/1
Justin Allgaier #51 … 300/1
Brendan Gaughan #62 … 500/1
Casey Mears #13 … 500/1
Landon Cassill #40 … 500/1
Reed Sorenson #29 … 500/1
Alex Bowman #7 … 1000/1
Brian Scott #33 … 1000/1
Cole Whitt #35 … 1000/1
David Gilliland #38 … 1000/1
J.J Yeley #23 … 1000/1
Jeb Burton #26 … 1000/1
Josh Wise #98 … 1000/1
Matt Dibenedetto #83 … 1000/1
Michael Annett #46 … 1000/1
Michael McDowell #95 … 1000/1
Mike Bliss #32 … 1000/1
Mike Wallace #66 … 1000/1
Travis Kvapil #44 … 1000/1


Driver Standings Top 20

Joey Logano is the points leader after 2 races. (Getty)

Joey Logano is the points leader after 2 races. (Getty)

With driver, points and money earned

1. Joey Logano, 88, $1,826,191
2. Jimmie Johnson, 87, $976,543
3. Kevin Harvick, 86, $1,470,825
4. Dale Earnhardt Jr., 84, $1,071,425
5. Martin Truex Jr., 75, $639,243
6. Casey Mears, 68, $641,571
7. Kasey Kahne, 65, $522,480
8. AJ Allmendinger, 62, $501,081
9. Aric Almirola, 62, $537,802
10. Clint Bowyer, 58, $597,146
11. David Gilliland, 56, $486,209
12. Sam Hornish Jr., 55, $496,158
13. Greg Biffle, 54, $546,284
14. Carl Edwards, 54, $487,338
15. David Ragan, 53, $467,759
16. Danica Patrick, 51, $476,663

Chase for the Sprint Cup cut-off

17. Paul Menard, 50, $470,600
18. Matt Kenseth, 49, $721,167
19. Denny Hamlin, 48, $817,038
20. Michael Annett, 47, $428,455

For the complete standings, click here.