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What Are the Payout Odds on Simon Pagenaud to Win Indy 500 2019

Written by:
Tony Caliente
Published on:
May/25/2019

Simon Pagenaud will pay out $65 for every $10 bet should he win this year's Indiapolis 500 race.


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Pagenaud enters the Indy 500 as a favorite having won the IndyCar Grand Prix earlier this month.  He earned his 11th career pole last Sunday.

“We’re showing that we finally got to open up my confidence again,” Pagenaud said, “and that’s where we’re at.”

On race day, he’ll be at the front of the closest field in Indianapolis 500 history — 33 cars separated by 2.748 mph.

“You can see that all the teams are raising their game, all the drivers are raising their game as well,” Pagenaud said. “It’s honestly tremendous to be in this era of the sport because you get better and better every weekend, and it never stops.

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Odds to Win Indianapolis 500
53101     Simon Pagenaud         +650     
53102     Will Power         +700     
53103     Alexander Rossi         +800     
53105     Josef Newgarden         +800     
53106     Colton Herta         +900     
53104     Ed Carpenter         +1000     
53108     Scott Dixon         +1000     
53107     Spencer Pigot         +1200     
53109     Helio Castroneves         +1400     
53110     Marco Andretti         +1400     
53112     Ed Jones         +1800     
53114     Graham Rahal         +1800     
53115     Takuma Sato         +2000     
53113     Ryan Hunter Reay         +2200     
53111     Sebastien Bourdais         +2500     
53116     Tony Kanaan         +2500     
53117     Conor Daly         +4000     
53120     James Hinchcliffe         +4000     
53118     Zach Veach         +4000     
53119     Marcus Ericsson         +5000     
53121     JR Hildebrand         +6600     
53130     Santino Ferrucci         +6600     
53128     Charlie Kimball         +8000     
53122     Felix Rosenqvist         +8000     
53126     James Davison         +8000     
53124     Oriel Servia         +8000     
53125     Sage Karam         +8000     
53127     Jordan King         +10000     
53123     Matteus Leist         +10000     
53129     Jack Harvey         +20000     
53133     Ben Hanley         +25000     
53131     Kyle Kaiser         +25000     
53132     Pippa Mann         +25000    

- Tony Caliente, Gambling911.com

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