And just like that, we’re already done with two 2020 NASCAR Cup Series races after the season resumed last Sunday. And for the first time since, we’ll be seeing drivers race outside of Darlington, as the season heads to Charlotte Motor Speedway for the 2020 Coca Cola 600. We’ve already provided a betting preview for the favorites and now we take a more in-depth look at some of the sleepers you should be keeping an eye on for the race. Don’t forget to register below to make your picks!
Sleeper Picks and Predictions for the NASCAR Coca Cola 600 Cup Series Race on May 24, 2020
Where: Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord, North Carolina, USA
When: Sunday, May 24, 2020, green flag at 6:00 PM ET
Clint Bowyer (odds)
The two-month hiatus of the NASCAR Cup Series appears to have affected Bowyer adversely. Before the season got paused due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Bowyer had a strong fifth-place showing in Phoenix. However, over his last two starts, he’s yielded just 17th and 22nd-place finishes at Darlington Speedway. Perhaps escaping Darlington and racing in a different course, this time a Charlotte Motor Speedway, could help get him back to form. Eight years ago, Bowyer won the Bank of America 500 on the very same course. Familiarity goes along way in Charlotte so don’t be surprised if he pulls off a win.
Tyler Reddick (odds)
Reddick is doing a fine job earning his stripes in the highest level of stock-car racing. At the Real Heroes 400 race in Darlington last Sunday, Reddick managed to finish seventh overall. He failed to make it to the top 10 in last Wednesday’s Toyota 500, but he wasn’t too shabby either with a 13th-place campaign. At only 24 years old, Reddick has plenty of time to work his way to the top, but as early as now, we’re already seeing signs that he’s headed to that direction.
Austin Dillon (odds)
Thinking of a driver to lay some punt money on? Dillon could be your guy. Dillon is not on any favorite-hunting bettors’ radar, as he hasn’t done much to impress people this season. However, totally discounting Dillon is also to ignore the fact that he’s won at Charlotte Motor Speedway just three years ago.
View final prediction for the Coca Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway here.
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