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Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama Odds and Picks

Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama Lines

The third race of the IndyCar season takes place on Sunday with the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama on NBCSN. Scott Dixon and Simon Pagenaud are listed as co-favorites at odds of 5-1. Those two drivers trail James Hinchcliffe and Sebastian Bourdais in the standings. There are six drivers listed with odds of less than 10-1 to win Sunday’s Grand Prix of Alabama. Let’s look at the race and IndyCar picks.

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Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama Odds

Scott Dixon 5-1

Simon Pagenaud 5-1

Will Power 6-1

James Hinchcliffe 7-1

Sebastien Bourdais 8-1

Josef Newgarden 8-1

Helio Castroneves 10-1

Ryan Hunter-Reay 10-1

Tony Kanaan 15-1

Graham Rahal 15-1

Alexander Rossi 15-1

Takuma Sato 30-1

Charlie Kimball 30-1

Marco Andretti 30-1

Ed Jones 40-1

Zach Veach 40-1

Carlos Munoz 50-1

Mikhail Aleshin 50-1

Conor Daly 50-1

Max Chilton 60-1

Spencer Pigot 75-1

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You can make a case for any one of eight drivers winning this race on Sunday including Sebastien Bourdais who is the current point’s leader. He won the opening race of the season at St. Petersburg and he finished on the podium in the last race at Long Beach. "I think being in the championship lead is a great story more than anything else, but it doesn't change anything in our preparation,” said Bourdais, “We're preparing like any other race, at a track that I very much enjoy driving at and where the gap between the cars is like at Long Beach - very, very, very close.”

Race Notes

This race saw repeat winners from 2011 through 2014, as Will Power won in 2011 and in 2012, while Ryan Hunter-Reay won in 2013 and in 2014. Helio Castroneves won this race in 2010, while Josef Newgarden won in 2015 and Simon Pagenaud in 2016.

Zach Veach will be filling in for JR Hildebrand who is injured. Veach is a six-time race winner in Indy Lights. “Ed (Carpenter) gave me my first chance to test an Indy car a few months ago. It’s going to be very special for me to be back in that same car representing Fuzzy's Vodka at Barber,” said Veach. “It's going to be a lot to take in in a short amount of time, but I'm really excited to do the best I can for the team, as well as JR.”

IndyCar Picks

We have seen a driver win this race in back-to-back years twice already and I think it happens again this year with Pagenaud getting the win. Pagenaud has been really fast this season and I expect him to have a great chance to win on Sunday.

Check out the latest IndyCar odds at BetDSI sportsbook.