In the six races since NASCAR has returned from its hiatus, four different drivers have won races.
Kevin Harvick and Brad Keselowski have won twice, while Chase Elliott and Denny Hamlin have each done so once.
For Wednesday’s Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 at Martinsville Speedway, both bettors and oddsmakers expect a fifth driver to enter the winner’s circle since the restart.
Kyle Busch is the favorite Wednesday night at +450 with an 18.2% implied probability to come out on top of the field.
According to DraftKings, Busch is also the most popular bet among bettors, with 12% of all bets and 18% of the money on him.
Hamlin is the second-most backed driver with 11% of all bets, and Martin Truex Jr. rounds out the top 3 with 10% of all bets. Both Truex Jr. and Hamlin own 14% of the handle.
In Busch’s last nine races at Martinsville, he has eight top-five finishes and two wins. He also has six top-five finishes this season and is due to get his first win at a track he’s dominated in the past.