Chase Elliott came away with a win last Thursday at the Alsco Uniforms 500. That’s four different drivers winning the four races we’ve had since the resumption of the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series. Can Elliott go back to back? Or will another driver come away with a victory this coming weekend in Bristol? Please have a look at our preview of the Food City 500 (aka Supermarket Heroes 500) race below.
Betting Preview for the Food City’s Supermarket Heroes 500 NASCAR Cup Series Race on May 31 2020
Where: Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol
When: Sunday, May 31, 2020, green flag at 3:30 PM ET
Kyle Busch (odds)
Last year’s series champion has yet to snatch a checkered flag this season, but it’s unlikely he’s going to finish 2020 without one, especially since he’s already flirted with multiple wins this year. Busch had finished inside the top five in three of his past five races. Plus, success does not seem too hard to come by for Busch in Bristol. He has eight wins in 28 career races in Bristol. He’s won three times in his past five appearances at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Kevin Harvick (odds)
Harvick maintained his hot streak, as the Team Stewart-Haas Racing driver finished 10th at the Alsco Uniforms at Charlotte Motor Speedway last Thursday. He’s never finished worse than 10th so far this season. After winning in Darlington during The Real Heroes 400 race earlier this month, Harvick had also gone third at Toyota 500. Harvick has two wins and 12 top 5s in 38 starts at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Joey Logano (odds)
It’s been an up-and-not-so-down season for Logano. Although he has two wins to date, he’s also had two sub-15 finishes and a 13th and 12th showings. Still, it’s hard to ignore the value of Logano, who has two wins and six top 5s in 22 career starts in Bristol. He is also coming off a sixth-place finish during Thursday’s Alsco Uniforms 500 race.
Kurt Busch (odds)
Clearly, Kyle is the better Busch, but you should not forget about the older Busch, Kurt, who’s having quite a nice stretch himself. Kurt has four top 7s in his past five starts. It should also be noted that he’s the second-winningest driver at Bristol Motor Speedway, where he’s won six times in 38 starts. He last won there in 2018 during the Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race.
Matt DiBenedetto (odds)
DiBenedetto is just doing enough to insulate himself from the outside world of the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs cut. He hasn’t won anything yet this year, but he could make loud noises in Bristol. Last year, he did just that when he finished second at the 2019 Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race in Bristol.
Ty Dillon (odds)
Dillon is having a tough time finding his luck this season, but who knows if he finally breaks through the win column in Bristol. But a driver with three top 20s in seven career races in Bristol doesn’t sound too bad of a long shot bet.
Kurt Busch wins the 2020 Food City 500.
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