Indy 500: Odds, Prediction & Favorites for 2016 Race

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Will Power is one of the favorites to win the Indy 500. (Getty)

Editor’s note: The odds below are courtesy of Heavy’s partners at OddsShark. Click here for more racing odds and betting info at OddsShark.com.


The 100th Indianapolis 500 brings with it much anticipation. The 2016 race is a bit unique given there is not one driver everyone is attempting to stop on Sunday.

Simon Pagenaud comes in as the points leader with three wins this season, but he shares the top odds for Sunday’s race with two other drivers. According to OddsShark, Pagenaud is joined by Juan Pablo Montoya and Will Power at the top of the Vegas odds.

Montoya will look to become a back-to-back champion in Indianapolis. In 2015, he narrowly edged out Power by .1046 of a second to win the race.

The three favorites are joined by 30 other drivers who will look be victorious in the marquee race of the year.

Here’s a look at the 2016 Indy 500 odds courtesy of OddsShark.


Odds

Will Power #12 +650
Simon Pagenaud #22 +650
Juan Pablo Montoya #2 +650
Scott Dixon #9 +700
Helio Castroneves #3 +750
Tony Kanaan #10 +1000
James Hinchcliffe #5 +1000
Josef Newgarden #21 +1000
Ryan Hunter-Reay #28 +1400
Townsend Bell #29 +1800
Sebastien Bourdais #11 +2000
Marco Andretti #27 +2000
Carlos Munoz #26 +2000
Graham Rahal #15 +2500
JR Hildebrand #6 +3300
Takuma Sato #14 +3300
Ed Carpenter #20 +3300
Oriol Servia #77 +4000
Charlie Kimball #42 +5000
Mikhail Aleshin #7 +5000
Conor Daly #18 +5000
Max Chilton #8 +6600
Sage Karam #24 +6600
Alexander Rossi #98 +6600
Alex Tagliani #35 +7500
Jack Hawksworth #41 +12500
Stefan Wilson #25 +12500
Bryan Clauson #88 +12500
Gabby Chaves #19 +12500
Matthew Brabham #61 +15000
Spencer Pigot #16 +15000
Buddy Lazier #4 +15000
Pippa Mann #63 +15000


Prediction

Power lost the 2015 Indy 500 in the fourth-closest race in its history. While Pagenaud brings a lot of momentum into the race, Heavy likes Power to find the Winner’s Circle on Sunday as he makes last year’s second place finish a bit more palatable.

Heavy’s Pick: Will Power wins the 2016 Indianapolis 500.


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