The 2019 Folds of Honor Quiktrip 500 runs Sunday at Atlanta Motor Speedway and Daytona 500 winner Denny Hamlin will seem to follow up his historic win with another strong performance. He is recorded at 15-1 in the most current 2019 Folds of Honor Quiktrip 500 chances, together with the event’s defending champion, Kevin Harvick, installed as the Vegas favorite at 4-1. Harvick will begin in 18th, but ended second from that place back in 2009 in Atlanta. Then there’s Aric Almirola, who won the pole and is moving off in 20-1 NASCAR in Atlanta odds. The restrictor plates will come off with this race, so before making your own 2019 Folds of Honor Quiktrip 500 selections, be sure to have a look at the projected leaderboard and latest NASCAR predictions in the proven computer version at SportsLine.
Produced by DFS expert and SportsLine predictive information scientist Mike McClure, this proprietary NASCAR prediction computer model simulates every race 10,000 times, taking factors such as track history and recent results into account.
It made some huge calls in NASCAR this past year, including nailing wins for Kyle Busch at Chicago and Martin Truex Jr. in Sonoma. And it’s off to a strong start in NASCAR this year, calling Daytona 500 winner Denny Hamlin a top competition from the start. Anyone who has followed its picks is way, way up.
Grew up around race tracks. Big events in places like Atlanta Motor Speedway are in his bloodstream. His version mimicked the 2019 Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 a total of 10,000 times and the results were surprising.
For your 2019 QuikTrip 500 at Atlanta, we could tell you the version is top on Jimmie Johnson, who surges towards the top of this 2019 Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 leaderboard despite heading off as a 25-1 long haul.
The seven-time cup champion had a strong run at the Daytona 500, finishing ninth as a 43-year-old in his 19th season on NASCAR’s top circuit. He heads to a track where he has won five times in his profession.
Johnson won the first two races at Atlanta Motor Speedway as soon as the event was shifted from the latter portion of the year to correct after Daytona. In addition, he won the late race in Atlanta in 2004 and won both occasions there in 2007.
Johnson will begin in 11th on Sunday, and the model anticipates NASCAR’s elder statesman to keep near the front of the pack and provide the potential for a huge payout.
Another shocker from this version: Kyle Busch, one of the best Vegas favorites in 6-1, does not even crack the top five.
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