Last Sunday night took race fans back to happier times. The Coca Cola 600 reminded all of what they love about big-time stock car racing. A marathon competitive race under the lights with just enough “racing luck” and strategy drama left fans hungry for more. Chase Elliott was on his way to a win when his teammate William Byron caused a caution. Owing to the confusion was that Elliott went into the pits instead of staying out. As a result, Brad Keselowski drove his “Blue Deuce” to a NASCAR betting win. Wednesday night everyone gets another Charlotte shot.
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Alsco Uniforms 500
|Date and Time:||Wednesday, May 27, 2020, 8 p.m. ET|
|Location:||Charlotte Motor Speedway, Charlotte, North Carolina|
|Alsco Uniforms 500 TV Coverage:||FS1|
|Alsco Uniforms 500 Odds to win at SBG:||Click Here|
Alsco Uniforms 500 Betting Odds Overview
Specifically, this will be the second consecutive NASCAR Cup race run at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Unlike Sunday’s Coca Cola 600 mile race this one is 500 kilometers. Which translates to 312 miles. Namely Elliott may prove to be a sentimental offshore betting pick. He has suffered horrible late luck in two consecutive races. Correlate consistent name brands such as Kevin Harvick, Joey Logano, Brad Keselowski, Martin Truex Jr., Denny Hamlin, and Kyle Busch as top chalk.
Current NASCAR Cup Standings
First place in the standings remains in the possession of Kevin Harvick. He has finished in the top nine in all seven races this season. Second is Joey Logano, who has two wins on the year. Despite finishes of 18th and 19th in the last two races Alex Bowman is in third place. Hard Luck Chase Elliott is fourth and in search of his first NASCAR Betting win. He has finished seventh or better in four of his last five starts. Rounding out the top five is Brad Keselowski fresh off his Sunday win.
Extending the Top 10 is Martin Truex Jr., Ryan Blaney, Denny Hamlin, Kyle Busch, and Aric Almirola. Other notables are Kurt Busch (12th), Clint Bowyer (14th), and Jimmie Johnson (15th). Second place Jimmie Johnson ended up disqualified Saturday night at the post-race inspection. Rear alignment was the official reason for the NASCAR ruling. In view of the DQ Johnson’s official finish was changed to 40th.
Top Drivers at Charlotte Motor Speedway
Commencing with Joey Logano is an impressive list of top-name drivers at Charlotte. Logano has one win and 10 top-ten finishes in 21 career starts at Charlotte. His average finish is 12.5.
Denny Hamlin is yet to win at Charlotte but has performed well there. To illustrate Hamlin has 28 career starts with 17 top ten finishes and an average finish of 12.9.
Next is Jimmie Johnson with eight wins in 36 career starts at Charlotte. The seven-time champion has 22 top ten finishes with an average finish of 13.0.
For all that Martin Truex Jr. is another top driver to consider at Charlotte. Truex JR. has taken the checkers three times in 28 career Charlotte starts. Further, he has 12 top tens with an average finish of 13.8.
Of course, Kevin Harvick is in the Charlotte conversation with three wins and 18 top tens in 37 career starts. Harvick has an average finish of 15.1. He was fifth Saturday night.
Alsco Uniforms 500 NASCAR Betting Odds Online Pick: Kevin Harvick