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NASCAR Betting Odds: Who will win the Coca-Cola 600?

The Coca-Cola 600, which was supposed to take place early Sunday evening, had to be put over for a day because NASCAR officials, who had been dealing with weather issues during the week, decided to be on the safe side. The forecast called for rain in the early and mid-afternoon, and there had been a consistent drizzle. So they shut it down, postponing it until Monday. They had already rescheduled the Infinity series race, which had been slated for Saturday. So there will be, in effect, a doubleheader on Monday, with the 600 taking place at 3 PM ET.

At BetOnline, these are the NASCAR betting odds on who will win the Coca-Cola 600: 

Kyle Larson


William Byron


Chase Elliott


Denny Hamlin


Ross Chastain


Kyle Busch


Martin Truex Jr


Joey Logano


Christopher Bell


Alex Bowman


Bubba Wallace


Kevin Harvick


Ryan Blaney


There are a few storylines that intrigue us in this race. One of them involves the favorite, Kyle Larson, who has actually been looking ahead to next year when he is slated to run in both the Indy 500 and the Coca-Cola 600. That hasn’t been done successfully – that is, no one has started and finished both races – other than Tony Stewart. Larson has not driven yet in the IndyCar, but he went up to the garage at Indy in the morning before Sunday’s scheduled start in Charlotte. Hey – the idea of “Double Duty” is always an interesting one, although the slightest delay in the Indy 500, or weather problems, could throw that whole plan into a tilt.

One guy who hasn’t done Double Duty, but probably could, is Jimmie Johnson, who earned his retirement after winning the Cup seven times, and now races on the NASCAR circuit once in a while to give his new Legacy Motor Club a running start. For the last two years, he has run in the IndyCar competition with little in the way of success. That includes two Indy 500s in which he was not much of a factor. 

He ran the Daytona 500 this year and will be in the Coca-Cola field. His objective is to compete in all the marquee races he can, and at age 47, he has a limited window in which to do it. He starts 37th (which is at the back of the field) in his attempt to win a fifth 600. And in two weeks, he is headed overseas to take a shot at the 24 Hours of LeMans. Is Formula One next? Johnson is 150-1 at BetOnline, so obviously, he is not being taken too seriously as a contender. 

Hendrick Motorsports has a strong presence here, as usual. They have won this Coca-Cola 600 twelve times, and they not only have the favorite (Larson), but they also have the pole-sitter in William Byron (+675) and Chase Elliott, who is the third choice at +800 and gained popularity in the Nascar betting industry.

They will also have Alex Bowman in the race. Bowman is on the comeback trail from a spinal injury he suffered in a sprint car race. He is +1800, and he will be competing in terrific pain, but competing nonetheless. 

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John Scott

John Scott joined the Times of Casino’s team as a news writer. He previously worked with foremost publications as an intern. He holds bachelor of journalism degree and more than three years of experience of writing. In his free time, he enjoys travelling different places.

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