Coca-Cola 600 Odds

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Odds 5/26/16 – Coca-Cola 600

The longest race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season takes place this Sunday in the Coca-Cola 600. Here is a look at the odds for this week’s race.

According to oddsmakers at, Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch and Jimmie Johnson are all co-favorites this week, as each is listed with 11/2 odds. The Coca-Cola 600 takes place on Sunday, May 29 at 6:15PM ET from Charlotte Motor Speedway.

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Harvick is the current points leader and he is a two-time winner of this very event, last winning in 2013. He has an average finish of 15.1 at Charlotte and his driver rating there is 106.1.

Busch has never won at Charlotte, but he does have 10 top-5 finishes. His average finish at the track is 15.1 and his driver rating there is a solid 106.1. Busch is currently second in the standings and he has a series-best three wins in 2016.

Johnson is fifth in the standings. He is a four-time winner of this race, last taking the title in 2014. Johnson has won seven races at Charlotte in his career. His average finish at the track is 13.3, while his driver rating is a series-best 109.0.

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