Kyle Larson is one of the favorites in the Coca-Cola 600 odds at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Coca-Cola 600 Odds: Larson & Truex Are Co-Favorites

The NASCAR Cup Series heads to Charlotte Motor Speedway for the longest race of the season, the Coca-Cola 600. Chase Elliott picked up his first win of the season last week at the Circuit of the Americas, becoming the 11th different Sportsbook through 14 races, and he can be found fourth on the Coca-Cola 600 oddsboard. Kyle Larson and Martin Truex Jr. are the co-favorites in Coca-Cola 600 odds.


Online sportsbook Sportsbook has released the Coca-Cola 600 odds with Larson and Truex sharing the shortest odds at +500. They are followed closely by Kyle Busch at +550, Chase Elliott at +600 and Denny Hamlin at +650 to round out the top five drivers on the oddsboard.

Coca-Cola 600 Odds: Charlotte Motor Speedway

Coca-Cola 600 Odds
Driver Odds
Kyle Larson +500
Martin Truex Jr. +500
Kyle Busch +550
Chase Elliott +600
Denny Hamlin +650
Brad Keselowski +800
Ryan Blaney +900
Kevin Harvick +1200
Joey Logano +1400
Alex Bowman +1600
William Byron +1600
Christopher Bell +2200
Kurt Busch +3300
Austin Dillon +4000
Tyler Reddick +5000
Matt DiBenedetto +8000
Aric Almirola +10000
Cole Custer +12000
Chase Briscoe +15000
Chris Buescher +15000
Michael McDowell +15000
Daniel Suarez +20000
Darrell Wallace Jr. +20000
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. +20000
Ross Chastain +20000
Ryan Newman +20000
Erik Jones +25000
Ryan Preece +50000
Corey LaJoie +75000
Justin Haley +75000
Anthony Alfredo +150000
BJ McLeod +150000
Cody Ware +150000
Josh Bilicki +150000
Quin Houff +150000
David Starr +200000
Garrett Smithley +200000
James Davison +200000

Odds as of May 27 at Sportsbook

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Why Are Larson and Truex the Favorites in Coca-Cola 600 Odds at Charlotte Motor Speedway?

Truex has been a rocket ship recently at Charlotte Motor Speedway, with nine top-10 finishes over the last 10 races there, including seven top-five finishes and three wins. He has led at least 80 laps in six of the last 10 races at the track.

Conversely, it may come as a bit of a surprise to see Larson as the co-favorite based on his results at Charlotte. He has made 11 career starts there but has just one top-five finish, which came in 2016. In seven of those starts, he has finished outside the top 10.

Larson and Truex’s Stats in 2021

Truex has been a little bit of all-or-nothing as he has just five top-five finishes through 14 races, but three of those performances resulted in victories. He leads the Cup Series with those three wins and is the favorite in the NASCAR Cup Series championship odds.

Meanwhile, Larson has the most top-10 finishes and the second-most top-five finishes, including three top-five finishes on the four 1.5-mile tracks this season. Heading into the Coca-Cola 600, he has been the runner-up in three straight races.

NASCAR Predictions this week for the Coca-Cola 600: Charlotte Motor Speedway

Right now, the Hendrick Motorsports team is hard to fade, especially at these 1.5-mile tracks. A couple of weeks ago, Hendrick drivers swept the top four positions and last week they took the top two spots. Don’t fix what isn’t broken, and that’s where I’m headed for my picks this week.

Kyle Larson +500: Although Larson’s stats at Charlotte aren’t eye-popping, his success at 1.5-mile tracks this season is much more intriguing. He has finished fourth or better at three of the four 1.5-mile tracks, while having second-place finishes at a 1.3-mile track and a one-mile race as well. Lastly, three straight second-place finishes heading into this race have all signs pointing to another solid run for the No. 5 machine.

Chase Elliott +600: I’m looking at Larson’s teammate and last week’s Sportsbook, Chase Elliott, as well. The reigning Cup champion won the most recent running at Charlotte last May, after finishing second at the same track just four days earlier. He has led 10 or more laps in five of the last seven runnings and has finished fourth or better in four of the last five there. With his first win under his belt last week, we may see Chase go on a bit of a run here.

Alex Bowman +1600: This is a bit of a value pick, and perhaps a better option may be a play for Bowman to finish inside the top five at slightly lower odds. Bowman concludes my trio of Hendrick Motorsports drivers and he has never had a top-five finish at Charlotte. However, he led 164 laps in the first race at this track last year and followed that up by leading 51 in the race four days later – he finished outside of the top 10 in both those instances.

He has been competitive but struggled down the stretch. If he can clean up those mistakes, he could be at the front challenging for a win.