The upcoming 2020 Food City 500 (aka Supermarket Heroes 500) race at the Bristol Motor Speedway is up next this coming Sunday. Have you made up your mind on which driver to lay a bet on? If you haven’t yet, perhaps the voices of reasons by NASCAR experts will help you. Read on for what some of the experts are saying about this race.
Expert Picks and Predictions 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
Line: View current odds for Food City Supermarket Heroes 500
|Steve Merril||Matt DiBenedetto (sleeper pick)|
|Rocky Atkinson||Joey Logano (confident in)|
|Andy Lang||Kurt Busch|
The guys over at WagerTalk TV had a very juicy discussion about the upcoming 2020 Food City 500 (Supermarket Heroes 500) race and the drivers who are going to burn rubber at Bristol Motor Speedway. Steve Merril sounded thrilled over a sleeper in Matt DiBenedetto. Merril noted that DiBenedetto had done well in lesser cars before, and with a better one now, he believes the Team Wood Brothers driver could pull off a surprise this coming Sunday. DiBenedetto, who finished 15th at the Alsco Uniforms 500 in Charlotte last Thursday, has a 17.9 average finish in 10 races at Bristol Motor Speedway. Last year, DiBenedetto finished second there during the 2019 Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race.
|William Blackwell||Kurt Busch|
YouTuber William Blackwell thinks that Busch is going to be a force this weekend in Bristol. As Blackwell mentioned in his analysis, Busch is a strong driver whenever he’s in Bristol, a claim that’s backed up by rock-solid stats. In 38 career starts at Bristol Motor Speedway, Busch has managed to collect six wins, 12 top 5s, and 20 top 10s. Busch has finished inside the top 10 in each of his last three races in Bristol, including a win at the 2018 Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race.
TopBet Sports Editor – Ryan Simpson
|Ryan Simpson||Kurt Busch|
Resident editor Ryan Simpson is also a believer of Kurt Busch in Bristol and for a very good reason. Apart from the fact that he’s the second-winningest driver at Bristol Motor Speedway – behind his younger brother, Kyle – he’s also been fantastic of late, sans a victory. Kurt has finished no worse than seventh in four of his last five starts. He went fifth at the Alsco Uniform 500 last Thursday and seventh at the Coca Cola 600 last week. View Ryan’s complete analysis of the Food City – Supermarket Heroes – 500 here.
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