NASCAR Coca-Cola 600 Odds and Predictions

NASCAR Coca-Cola 600 Odds and Predictions

Written by on May 22, 2020

Okay, MyBookie auto racing fans and betting enthusiasts, with NASCAR back in action this coming weekend, it’s time to take a look at the handful of drivers that will be competing in the Coca-Cola 600 that I believe are offering the best value against their respective NASCAR odds heading into Sunday .

NASCAR Coca-Cola 600 Odds and Predictions

With the 2020 Cocoa-Cola 600 getting underway live from Charlotte Motor Speedway on Sunday, May 24 as the third race in NASCAR’s, quick, 10-day, four-race, post coronavirus return, there’s no shortage of story lines surrounding this year’s event.

With NASCAR’s revamped schedule trying to make up for lost time, let’s find out who’s looking like a potential winner on Charlotte’s 1.5-mile oval. Kyle Busch, who won this event in 2018, is the prohibitive favorite with Martin Truex Jr. (+470), Joey Logano (+700), Kevin Harvick (+800) and Chase Elliott (+950) rounding out the top five favorites. Now, let’s find out which five drivers stand the best chances of finding their way into the winner’s circle on Sunday.

2020 Coca-Cola 600 Odds

  • Kyle Busch +350
  • Martin Truex Jr. +470
  • Kevin Harvick +800
  • Brad Keselowski +1300
  • Joey Logano +700
  • Chase Elliott +950
  • Denny Hamlin +1100
  • Alex Bowman +1300
  • Jimmie Johnson +1600
  • William Byron +4200
  • Kurt Busch +2800
  • Ryan Blaney +2800
  • Clint Bowyer +2500
  • Erik Jones +3600
  • Ricky Stenhouse Jr. +2800

Five Alive – My Top Five Picks For the Win!

Kyle Busch

While Busch hasn’t found his way into the winner’s circle this season, he did finish third and second in last week’s pair of races at Darlington. In addition to that, Busch also has four top six finishes in his last five appearances at Charlotte, including his lone win in this event in 2018.

Kevin Harvick

Harvick has two Coca Cola 600 wins (2011 and 2013) in his career and another win at Charlotte in the 2014 Bank of America 500. More importantly, he finished first and third in both races at Darlington this past week.

Martin Truex Jr.

Sure, Truex Jr. hasn’t finished better than 14th in any race this season, but the 2017 NASCAR champ has been quite dominant at Charlotte in winning two of the last three Coke 600’s while ending up in the winner’s circle an impressive three times in the last six races in Charlotte.

Joey Logano

Logano has never won the Coca Cola 600 but he did finish second in this event in 2019 and he won on this track in the fall of 2015 as well. Logano also had two, pre-coronavirus wins under his belt this year and what could be considered a third by taking the checkered flag at the Duel #1 just days before the Daytona 500. Logano has an average finish of 10th at Charlotte, so, he will almost certainly challenge for the win.

Erik Jones

Jones finished seventh at Charlotte in 2017 and he took the checkered flag at the unofficial season-opening Clash at Daytona. More importantly, Jones has recorded three top-10 finishes in his last four races, including a fifth place finish at Darlington on Wednesday.