Coca-Cola 600 Picks

NASCAR Free Picks and Predictions 5/29/16 – Coca-Cola 600

Which driver will come away with the Coca-Cola 600 victory tonight? Here’s our suggested picks for the 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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Jimmie Johnson is a seven-time winner at this track and his 109.0 driver rating is best of any driver today. He qualified in seventh position and in a long race, he should be able to find a way to move to the front. If Johnson avoids a wreck, he can certainly win.

Brad Keselowski has 9/1 odds today. He is a former winner at Charlotte and he has a 14.5 average finish at the track over 13 races. Keselowski is starting fifth tonight and that should allow him to be in contention all race.

Denny Hamlin has 12/1 odds today, but we think that has great value. He already won the Xfinity Series race on Saturday. Hamlin has never won at Charlotte in a Sprint Cup race, but he has a 94.9 driver rating. Tonight could be the night he gets his first win at this track.

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