Coca Cola 600 Betting Odds – 2015

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Kevin Harvick is the 3-1 favorite to win the Coca-Cola 600 which takes place on Sunday, May 24th on FOX. Jimmie Johnson is listed as the 9-2 second choice while Joey Logano is the 7-1 third choice. Harvick and Johnson have dominated the intermediate tracks this season in NASCAR so they will be the two drivers to beat on Sunday. Also listed at single-digit odd are Joey Logano at 7-1, Kurt Busch at 8-1 and Brad Keselowski at 8-1.

Let’s look at the race, NASCAR odds and NASCAR picks.

Odds to Win Coca-Cola 600

Kevin Harvick 3-1

Jimmie Johnson 9-2

Joey Logano 7-1

Kurt Busch 8-1

Brad Keselowski 8-1

Denny Hamlin 10-1

Matt Kenseth 12-1

Jeff Gordon 12-1

Kyle Busch 14-1

Kasey Kahne 15-1

Kyle Larson 18-1

Dale Earnhardt Jr. 20-1

Field 26-1

Coca-Cola 600 Handicapping

Denny Hamlin won the All-Star race at Charlotte Motor Speedway last week but that race doesn’t tell us much as it was more for show than anything else although Hamlin did pick up the big money. It has been all Harvick and Johnson on 1.5 mile tracks this season. Harvick has finished first or second in all four races while Johnson has won three of the four. Kurt Busch is a teammate of Harvick so you have to throw him into the mix as a contender to win on Sunday. That should also mean that Jeff Gordon, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Kasey Kahne are contenders since they are teammates of Johnson.

Johnson has won this race four times and he has won seven times overall in Charlotte. Harvick won last fall in Charlotte and has won three times in his career at the track.

If you don’t go with one of the Hendrick drivers or with Harvick or Busch then you can at least consider Joey Logano who has the best career average finish among all active drivers at Charlotte. His teammate Brad Keselowski could also be worth a look.

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Race Notes

The Coca-Cola 600 is the 12th race this season in NASCAR and the longest one at 600 miles. There have been a total of 112 races in the top NASCAR series at Charlotte with two races each year since 1960. Johnson has the most wins all-time at the track with seven. Hendrick Motorsports has 18 wins to lead car owners. The pole sitter has won at Charlotte a total of 15 times.

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