Coke Zero 400 Odds

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Odds 6/30/16 – Coke Zero 400

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads back to Daytona this week for the Coke Zero 400. Here is a look at the odds for this race.

According to oddsmakers at, Dale Earnhardt Jr. is a 6/1 favorite to win this race. Other short odds to win are Denny Hamlin and Jimmie Johnson, who each have 19/2 odds. The Coke Zero 400 takes place Saturday night at 8:04PM ET from Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida.

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Earnhardt is 12th in the current Sprint Cup standings, 149 points out of first. He is winless on the year with five top-5 finishes. Earnhardt is a four-time winner at Daytona. His average finish there is 13.4, while his driver rating is 95.3.

Hamlin is 11th in the standings, 141 points out of first. He has one win on the year with five top-5 finishes. Hamlin owns one win at Daytona with an average finish of 17.1 at the track. He also has a 91.5 driver rating at Daytona.

Johnson is seventh in the standings, 93 points out of first. He has two wins on the year with six top-5 finishes. Johnson is a three-time winner at Daytona. His average finish at the track is 19.1, while his driver rating there is 88.7.

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