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2017 Indy 500 2017 Betting Odds

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May/25/2017

Scott Dixon was the odds-on favorite to win the 2017 Indy 500 with a payout potential of $55 on every $10 bet

Scott Dixon was the odds-on favorite to win the 2017 Indy 500 with a payout potential of $55 on every $10 bet. Bet on Sports-Join MyBookie.ag today!

The four-time IndyCar Champion was robbed at gun point just the other night at an Indianapolis area Taco Bell.

“It was definitely shocking, disbelief for the most part,” Scott said. “It will make you feel really small again.” Both of the suspects were arrested, and thankfully, no one was hurt.

Fernando Alonso was coming in with the second shortest odds at +650 for a payout potential of $65 on every $10 bet.

When asked what he would define as a successful race come Monday morning, he said: "I think enjoy the race, enjoy the moment, leave that moment... it's a race you cannot plan, so I don't have any plans or clear expectations. So far we've been quite competitive, even fighting for the first row of the grid in qualifying so I would like to remain that competitive in the race.

"But I don't know, maybe I am falling behind after 100 laps or whatever! But I cannot be frustrated at the end of the race, I cannot be sad at the end of the race because the whole event has been a fantastic experience. Enjoy the moment -- that's the target."

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All 2017 Indy 500 betting odds appear below

Odds to win the Indianapolis 500

11:00 AM

2501

Scott Dixon

 

+550

 

2502

Fernando Alonso

 

+650

 

2503

Will Power

 

+850

 

2504

Helio Castroneves

 

+1100

 

2505

Josef Newgarden

 

+1200

 

2506

Juan Pablo Montoya

 

+1200

 

2507

Tony Kanaan

 

+1200

 

2508

Marco Andretti

 

+1200

 

2509

Ryan Hunter-Reay

 

+1100

 

2510

Takuma Sato

 

+1600

 

2511

Simon Pagenaud

 

+1600

 

2512

Ed Carpenter

 

+1400

 

2513

James Hinchcliffe

 

+2000

 

2514

Alexander Rossi

 

+1600

 

2515

J R Hildebrand

 

+2500

 

2516

Charlie Kimball

 

+3300

 

2517

Carlos Munoz

 

+3300

 

2518

Graham Rahal

 

+4000

 

2519

Mikhail Aleshin

 

+5000

 

2520

Ed Jones

 

+6600

 

2521

Sage Karam

 

+8000

 

2522

Max Chilton

 

+6600

 

2523

Oriol Servia

 

+10000

 

2524

Conor Daly

 

+15000

 

2525

Jack Harvey

 

+10000

 

2526

Gabby Chaves

 

+15000

 

2527

Sebastian Saavedra

 

+20000

 

2528

Buddy Lazier

 

+20000

 

2529

Jay Howard

 

+15000

 

2530

Zach Veach

 

+17500

 

2531

Pippa Mann

 

+25000

 

2532

Spencer Pigot

 

+25000

 

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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