The Nashville Superspeedway is finally going to host a NASCAR Series Cup race for the first time since 2011. That’s a very long wait, so expect a crazy atmosphere this coming weekend down in Gladeville, with the 2021 Ally 400 race. Have you made your picks yet? If you’re still on the fence, you can let the experts break down which drivers you should be keeping a close eye on.
Expert Picks and Predictions for the NASCAR Ally 400 Series Race on June 20, 2021
Where: Nashville Superspeedway, Gladeville
When: Sunday, June 20, 2021, green flag at 3:30 PM ET
SportsLine is eyeing William Byron as among the top drivers to watch out for in the first race since the All-Star Race. Speaking of which, Byron finished seventh in the All-Star Race, which was somewhat of a nice rebound after a forgettable performance at Sonoma. Byron has a win this season, topping the field in Miami during the Dixie-Vodka 400 race back in late February.
|Expert||Top driver to watch out for|
|Covers||Kyle Larson, Chase Elliott, Denny Hamlin, Martin Truex Jr.|
Covers pegs Kyle Larson, Chase Elliott, Denny Hamlin, and Martin Truex Jr. as the top favorites for the 2021 Ally 400 race. No surprises there. Those are four of the biggest hitters this season, with Larson and Truex tied for first with three wins apiece. Larson, however, has 11 stage wins,m six more than any driver, with Hamlin coming in second with five stage wins.
|William Blackwell||Kyle Larson|
William Blackwell believes in Larson. Who wouldn’t? Larson has won both of the last two NASCAR Cup Series races and even added a victory in the NASCAR All-Star Race, which netted him a cool sum of $1 million. Larson has odds of +260 at TopBet sportsbook to win the 2021 Ally 400.
TopBet News Editor | Ryan Simpson
|TopBet News Editor | Ryan Simpson||Martin Truex Jr.|
Here’s what TopBet’s Ryan Simpson said about Denny Hamlin in our preview of the 2021 Ally 400 race:
“Hamlin remains winless this season, but you just don’t count him out. He has nine top 5s and 12 top 10s after all so far this year, and has cracked the top 10 in three of his last four Cup starts. He was eighth in Sonoma and seventh in Charlotte. He also had a six-start stretch from March to May in which he didn’t finish outside of the top 4.”
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