NASCAR heads to Atlanta on Sunday, Feb. 24 for the 2019 Folds of Honor Quicktrip 500. Last year’s winner Kevin Harvick shows up as the favorite while Daytona 500 runner-up Kyle Busch is the second choice. Check out NASCAR odds before reading about all you need to know to make winning wagers on the Quicktrip 500!
2019 Folds of Honor Quiktrip 500 Odds, Predictions & Pick
Odds to Win the 2019 Folds of Honor Quiktrip 500
- Kevin Harvick +450
- Kyle Busch +600
- Joey Logano +700
- Martin Truex Jr. +700
- Brad Keselowski +700
- Kyle Larson +900
- Chase Elliott +1000
- Denny Hamlin +1500
- Clint Bowyer +1500
- Aric Almirola +2000
- Ryan Blaney +2000
- Kurt Busch +2000
- Erik Jones +2000
- Jimmie Johnson +2500
- Field +3500
Which of the below +1000 drivers have the best shot of grabbing the checkered flag?
Harvick, Bush, Logano, and Truex Jr. all appear capable of winning at Atlanta this Sunday. However, none of those guys offers better odds than Brad Keselowski and of the favorites, Kesel’s the driver to back.
Keselowski has finished in the top 5 in the last couple of races at Atlanta Motor Speedway. He won one of those races. Not only that, but in 10 races at Atlanta, he has 6 top 10 finishes. 3 of the top 10 finishes were top 5 finishes.
Brad Keselowski is as good as any driver at Atlanta. If you want to back chalk, he’s the chalk driver to back.
Of the +1200 to +2500 choices, which driver has the best shot to win in Atlanta?
Hamlin’s getting way more attention at +1500 than he should to win at Atlanta on Sunday. The Daytona 500 winner doesn’t always show his best at Atlanta Motor Speedway. He’s definitely a play against.
Bowyer, Almirola, Blaney, the older Busch, and Erik Jones all have a big shot. Jones especially can win at Atlanta this weekend. He had a great Daytona 500, finishing third behind Hamlin and Kyle Busch. But the driver to really pay attention to his Jimmie Johnson, who finished ninth at Daytona last Sunday.
Jimmie loves Atlanta. He’s got 2 victories in the Quicktrip 500 in the last 4 races. Not only that, but the ninth place finish at Daytona means he’s already on the same page as crew chief Kevin Meendering. Jimmie can take it at +2500 odds.
Is the Field worth a look at +3500?
Usually the field produces a driver that might win the checkered flag. Not this time. It’s hard to see any of the drivers in the field winning on Sunday. Don’t back the field and instead spread your dollars around on a few underdogs if you want to bet a price.
Is there a +5000 or higher underdog that can win the Folds of Honor Quicktrip 500 on Sunday?
There are a couple, actually. Austin Dillon gets his crew chief back. So, at +5000 a case can be made that Austin wins. But, +5000 might not be high enough odds because Austin doesn’t really like Atlanta.
The real driver to consider is Alex Bowman. Hendrick Motorsports cars always perform well at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Bowman finished eleventh at Daytona. Although he doesn’t have great history at Atlanta, he could turn it around on Sunday to the tune of +6000 odds.