NASCAR Coke Zero 400 At Daytona Odds & Picks & How To Watch

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NASCAR Coke Zero 400 At Daytona Odds & Picks & How To Watch

The halfway point of the Sprint Cup season is here with Saturday’s Coke Zero 400 at the most infamous race track in the world — Daytona International Speedway. This is also the third of the four restrictor-plate races scheduled.

While it has been mostly Kevin Harvick who has been carving up the field this season, he is tied for second favorite to win the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona this weekend. The favorite to win is Dale Earnhardt Jr at 10-1.

This NASCAR race will give you one last chance to bet on Jeff Gordon at Daytona as this may be his last race at the famed speedway. He is also listed at 12-1 to win.

A Closer Look At The NASCAR Coke Zero 400 At Daytona Odds & Picks & How To Watch

Coke Zero 400 at Daytona
Date: July 5, 2015
Start Time: 7:45 PM ET
Location: Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach, Florida
TV Info: NBC
Stream: NBC Sports Live Extra

5 Star Pick To Win At Daytona: Kevin Harvick, 12/1

Harvick started seventeenth at the Toyota/Save Mart 350 this past weekend. He ended up finishing fourth. What NASCAR handicappers really have to like is how Harvick has secured a Top 10 starting position in 8 out of the last 10 Sprint Cup Races.

It means that Harvick, who leads in the point standings, start off the race the right way. He’s won twice in 28 races at Daytona International Speedway with 7 total Top 5 finishes. He’s the pick to get it done on July 5.

4 Star Pick To Win At Daytona:  Jimmie Johnson, 10/1

Johnson brings good form to the Coke Zero 400 this Sunday. He won the FedEx 400 Benefiting Autism Speak, finished third in the Axalta ‘We Paint Winners’ 400, and sixth at the Toyota Save Mart 350. The only race in which he didn’t sneak into the Top 10 in the past 4 weeks was the Quicken Loans 400 where he finished nineteenth.

Johnson’s record at Dayton is very good. Johnson’s won 3 times with 10 total Top 5 finishes from 27 races. The average start is in the Top 10 at 9.3. While the average finish is 17.48, Johnson’s been driving so well that it’s hard to see him not making a run for the win in the last 10 laps on Sunday.

3 Star Pick To Win At Daytona: Dale Earnhardt Jr, 8/1

The early favorite to win the Coke Zero 400 is Dale Jr. It makes sense since Hendrick Motorsports and Dale are really starting to heat up. Dale Jr’s recorded 5 Top 10 finishes from his last 6 races. He’s recorded 4Top 5 finishes from those 5 Top 5 finishes.

Now, he races at a place where he’s had a ton of success. From 31 races at Daytona, Dale Jr. has 12 Top 5 finishes and 3 wins. His average start is 10.81 while his average finish is 13.06.  The favorite has a big shot.   

Coke Zero 400 At Daytona Odds

  • Dale Earnhardt Jr 10-1
  • Jimmie Johnson 12-1
  • Kevin Harvick 12-1
  • Jeff Gordon 12-1
  • Brad Keselowski 12-1
  • Joey Logano 12-1
  • Kyle Busch 12-1
  • Matt Kenseth 12-1
  • Denny Hamlin 12-1
  • Tony Stewart 15-1
  • Kasey Kahne 15-1
  • Clint Bowyer 18-1
  • Kurt Busch 20-1
  • Kyle Larson 20-1
  • Carl Edwards 20-1
  • Jamie Mcmurray 20-1
  • Greg Biffle 20-1
  • Brian Vickers 30-1
  • Ryan Newman 30-1
  • Paul Menard 30-1
  • Martin Truex Jr 50-1
  • Michael Waltrip 50-1
  • Danica Patrick 50-1
  • Austin Dillon 50-1
  • Ricky Stenhouse Jr 60-1
  • Aric Almirola 60-1
  • Marcos Ambrose 60-1
  • Aj Allmendinger 75-1
  • Casey Mears 75-1
  • Trevor Bayne 75-1
  • David Ragan 75-1
  • David Gilliland 75-1
  • Justin Allgaier 100-1
  • Field 40-1