The NASCAR Sprint Cup series continue in Charlotte this Memorial Day Weekend with the Coca Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. This Sunday’s race is agreed to get started at 3 p.m. This is the longest race of the year and usually the teams who are performing well through the first 11 races will do great in this competition.

The following is a look at a few of the top favorites for this Sunday’s race along with some betting odds.

Jimmie Johnson is one of the favorites to win the race, he have win the Coca-Cola 600 seven times and is likely to win his eighth of his career. Johnson is at +450 favorite to win the race at Charlotte this Sunday. The No.48 car has accomplished two point race triumphs as well as four other top-five finishes this season. This way Jimmie Johnson is at the top spot of the Sprint Cup standings with 423 points. However despite finishing on last season’s Coca Cola 600 at 11th place, his experience and tenacity this season will be on his side for this race.

As a second favorite listed is Matt Kenseth at +600 odd. Kenseth is another driver who started really good this season, as he accomplished three wins in the first 11 point races. Currently, he is in third place in the standings with 364 points. Regardless of losing some points few weeks back, the No.20 has already been the leader for 781 laps this season and has ended in the first ten places in seven competitions.

Another favorite to win with the same odd at +600 is Kyle Busch. He started hot in the season by attaining two wins in three races. However, Busch has slowly down a little and is currently in the 8th place of the standings with 325 points. Busch have never won this Coca-Cola 600 race but with his last six races ending in the first five places, he has a good chance to be the winner.

The last but not least favorite to win this competition is Denny Hamlin with an odd of +700. For Hamlin this will be his third race after been out for several weeks due to a back injury. In his comeback, the No.11 car finished 34th at Talladega; however despite that bad result, he later had a better performance at Darlington, where he finished in second place. Hamlin hasn’t won this long race in his entire career but is a clear candidate after ending in second place during the 2012 Coca-Cola 600 race.

There are a number of quality drivers with longer odds for this race, but these are the top four favorites to accomplish the victory on this battle.


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