NASCAR Cup Series Odds and Betting Opportunities for Coca-Cola 600

NASCAR Cup Series Odds and Betting Opportunities for Coca-Cola 600

Kyle Larson won both the Craftsman Truck Series race and the Cup Series NASCAR All-Star Race last weekend at North Wilkesboro Speedway, the first time the circuit had raced at that track in 27 years. Larson made an interesting move on Lap 18 of 200 at the All-Star race, getting a fresh set of tires. Larson then took a speeding penalty leaving pit road and had to restart from the rear. However, he used those fresh tires to zip through the field and pull into the lead on Lap 55, passing Daniel Suarez. Larson is now the only driver to win the All-Star Race at three different tracks. Jimmie Johnson, who has won four All-Star Races, is the only driver with more wins in this event. This week, NASCAR moves to Charlotte Motor Speedway for the Coca-Cola 600, set for Sunday at 6:00 pm Eastern time. FOX will carry the telecast, and you can also listen on PRN or SiriusXM. We have the NASCAR betting odds for the field, along with wager card suggestions.


NASCAR Betting News: Cup Series Coca-Cola 600 Preview

Kyle Larson +450
William Byron +550
Denny Hamlin +650
Martin Truex Jr +850
Chase Elliott +900
Ross Chastain, Kyle Busch, Christopher Bell+1100
Tyler Reddick, Kevin Harvick, Bubba Wallace, Alex Bowman+1800
Joey Logano +2200
Ryan Blaney +2500
Daniel Suarez +3500
Brad Keselowski +4000
Ty Gibbs +6500
Ricky Stenhouse Jr, Chris Buescher, Chase Briscoe, Austin Dillon +10000
Ryan Preece, Jimmie Johnson, Erik Jones, Austin Cindric, Aric Almirola +15000
Justin Haley, AJ Allmendinger +25000
Michael McDowell +30000
Noah Gragson, Harrison Burton, Corey LaJoie, Zane Smith +50000
Ty Dillon, Todd Gilliland, JJ Yeley +100000
Bet on the NASCAR Cup Series Coca-Cola 600!

Kyle Larson

won this race in 2021, the year he took 11 races and won the Cup Series Driver championship. He also won the All-Star Race last year and has been a contender just about every week.

William Byron

has the most wins in the Cup Series this year and has a pair of victories in the intermediate-track package. He won at Las Vegas in the third race of 2023 and at Darlington, the last intermediate-track race.

Denny Hamlin

was 0 for 30 in Charlotte in Cup Series races, but he crept back after a poor start to win after some restarts and a stint of overtime last year.

Martin Truex Jr

won at Dover, an intermediate track, and earned the second-best driver rating at Darlington and Kansas.

Ross Chastain

led 153 laps at the one oval race in the Cup Series at Charlotte in 2022.

Chase Elliott

has come in second (2021), first (2020), third (2020 COVID makeup), fourth (2019) and second (2017 fall) in five of the last seven races at Charlotte.

Christopher Bell

is part of JGR, which has won two of the last three races on intermediate tracks. Bell is on that team but has not won in the Cup Series on an intermediate track.

Tyler Reddick

is having a difficult season after switching to 23XI, a new team that is going through some growing pains. Don’t expect him to stay down long, though.

Kevin Harvick

races with SHR, a team that is stronger on short tracks than on intermediate tracks, where they generally crack the top ten but get no higher.

Ryan Blaney

had the third-best driver rating at Dover, which has a similar set up to Charlotte, but he did not get into the top ten in rating at Darlington or Kansas.

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