2021 Federated Auto Parts 400 NASCAR Odds, Preview, and Prediction

On Saturday, the 2021 NASCAR Playoffs continues with the Federated Auto Parts 400. Only the top sixteen drivers on the NASCAR Standings will race for a shot to continue in the playoffs, but because drivers who didn’t make the playoffs can race, the Federated Auto Parts 400 should be an interesting event. Check out more information on the race, including a recap of what happened in Darlington last Sunday, before providing race analysis for the favorites and underdogs. Be sure to check out for NASCAR betting odds and lines at our online Bitcoin sportsbook.

2021 Federated Auto Parts 400 Race Info

  • When: Saturday, Sep. 11 at 7:30 pm ET
  • Where: Richmond Raceway, Richmond, Virginia
  • TV: NBC Sports Network
  • Radio: MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio
  • Live Stream: NBCSports.com

Odds to Win the 2021 Federated Auto Parts 400

  • Denny Hamlin +400
  • Martix Truex Jr.
  • Kyle Larson +450
  • Kyle Busch +750
  • Joey Logano +800
  • Brad Keselowski +1000
  • Chase Elliot +1000
  • Kevin Harvick +1200
  • William Byron +1400
  • Alex Bowman +1600
  • Christopher Bell +1600
  • Ryan Blaney +2000
  • Kurt Busch +3300
  • Aric Almirola +4000
  • Ross Chastain +5000
  • Tyler Reddick +6600
  • Austin Dillon +6600
  • Matt Dibenedetto +10000
  • Chris Buescher +15000
  • Ryan Newman +15000
  • Ricky Stenhouse Jr. +17500
  • Bubba Wallace +20000
  • Cole Custer +20000
  • Chris Briscoe +20000
  • Erik Jones +25000
  • Daniel Suarez +25000
  • Michael McDowell +30000
  • Ryan Preece +75000
  • Justin Haley +100000
  • Corey LaJoie +150000
  • Anthony Alfredo +250000
  • Joey Gase +250000
  • Josh Bilicki +250000
  • B.J. McLeod +300000
  • Cody Ware +300000
  • JJ Yeley +300000
  • Quin Houff +300000

Darlington Recap

In the 2021 NASCAR Playoffs first event, Joe Gibbs driver Denny Hamlin took the checkered flag. Hamlin will enter Richmond in first place on the NASCAR Playoff Standings. Kyle Larson finished second at Darlington. Non-playoff participant Ross Chastain finished third. Hamlin teammate Martin Truex Jr. finished fourth followed by Kevin Harvick in fifth, Kurt Busch in sixth, Brad Keselowski in seventh, and Joey Logano in eighth.

Check out the NASCAR Playoff Standings after Darlington.

  1. Denny Hamlin
  2. Kyle Larson
  3. Martin Truex Jr.
  4. Kurt Busch
  5. Ryan Blaney
  6. Joey Logano
  7. Kevin Harvick
  8. Brad Keselowski
  9. Christopher Bell
  10. Chase Elliott
  11. Aric Almirola
  12. Tyler Reddick
  13. Alex Bowman
  14. Kyle Busch
  15. William Bryon
  16. Michael McDowell

2021 Federated Auto Parts 400 Favorites Analysis

Brad Keselowski won the 2020 Federated Auto Parts 400 followed by Martin Truex Jr. and Joey Logano. Of the three, Martin Truex Jr. should offer the lowest odds to win the 2021 Federated Auto Parts.

Truex Jr. won’t go off the chalk, Denny Hamlin and Kyle Larson will. If the odds are overlaid consider backing Truex Jr. to take the checkered flag. During the playoffs is when Martin does his best driving, which is why he should be the one favorite bettors look to put some money behind.

Neither of the two top favorites, Hamlin nor Larson, had a great Federated Auto Parts 400. To be fair, Larson sat out the race due to a suspension. Hamlin clocked in twelfth, well behind Keselowski.

Of the two chalks, Larson is the better play. He’s had a resurgence this season and Hamlin didn’t have a good run in last year’s event.

2021 Federated Auto Parts 400 Top Underdog Picks

Underdog players should look at five drivers. The first is Kyle Busch. The younger Busch brother had to pay a $50,000 fine for an unsafe garage entrance after a crash at Darlington. Kyle should use the fine as motivation for Saturday’s event. Not only that, but like Alex Bowman, another driver in our underdog five, Kyle must finish well to ensure he races after Sep. 18, the first playoff cut day.

Bowman finished ninth in last year’s event. He could improve enough this year to win at massive odds. Chase Elliott may offer overlay odds. If he does, he’ll be a good pick. Aric Almirola and Kevin Harvick both have a chance. For Harvick, it’s been a strange season.

A perennial favorite to win the Cup, Harvick has yet to grab a pole or win a race. But he does have 7 top 5 finishes from 17 races. Harvick could get hot starting this Saturday. Make sure the odds are at least fair before backing the Stewart-Haas driver, though.

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