Driver odds to win Sunday’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway have jumped considerably all weekend for many drivers — most importantly, three of Stewart-Haas Racing’s four drivers have leapt toward the surface of the board.

This year’s first race on an intermediate track comes with a brand new rules package — know more about that here and with it, a lot of learnings. Aric Almirola and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. will start 1-2 Sunday, and odd exercise speeds led to odds movement.

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One of the most notable:

??? Aric Almirola, who won his first Busch Pole Award opened at 25-1 odds. He enters Sunday at 10-1, a great value for those who plunked down a bet on him before the weekend began. Nine drivers are better or recorded at 10-1.

??? Daniel Suarez showed lots of speed in qualifying and practice in the No. 41 Ford, along with his lineup reflects that. Opening at 55-1 odds, Suarez now sits at 25-1 and is one of the movers.

??? Clint Bowyer, the next SHR driver among the, led both practice sessions and seemed to be the favorite to win the Busch Pole. He qualified third, however. He has gone from 16-1 odds to 8-1, the third highest in the area behind Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch.

??? Ricky Stenhouse Jr., meanwhile, jumped from 66-1 odds to 20-1 following his No. 17 Roush Fenway Ford Mustang delivered a P2 qualifying position.

??? Although the strange did not move significantly, it’s well worth noting that Kevin Harvick — that has dominated at Atlanta the previous five years — watched his chances as race favorite move from 4.5-1 into 6-1 after his slow Friday.

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