Picking a winner based on the odds for Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at New Hampshire Speedway (3 p.m. ET, NBCSN) is a challenge because the “Magic Mile” is such a unique track.
The 1.058-mile oval in Loudon, N.H., is so flat with 2- to 7-degree variable banking in the corners that it basically drives like a short track and eats up tires. The relatively slow nature of the track is why Sunday’s race is only 301 laps and 318.46 miles.
The Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 is the one and only NASCAR Cup Series race at New Hampshire this season, as the track now hosts one Cup race per year after getting two per year from 1997-2017. So, naturally, the driver who has won the last to Cup races at New Hampshire is the favorite for Sunday’s event.
Below are the complete Vegas odds to win Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at New Hampshire plus our top three picks of drivers who could end up taking the checkered flag.
NASCAR odds to win at New Hampshire
Kevin Harvick is a relatively easy choice as the favorite for Sunday’s race. He has won the last two Cup races at New Hampshire and leads all active drivers with four career victories at the track. He also happens to be the NASCAR Cup Series points leader after 19 races in 2020 with four wins on the…