As drivers get ready to start their engines and grillers get ready to start their barbecues, bettors can now predict who they think will take down the Coke Zero 400 at the Daytona International Speedway this Independence Day weekend.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. has opened as the +550 favorite on [custom:bodog-link] to be the first to cross the finish line as he returns as the defending Coke Zero 400 winner. A win this weekend would be his third at the Daytona International Speedway. Junior has not won a race this year but has five top-5 finishes in 16 races.
Tony Stewart has +2500 odds of winning his fifth career Coke Zero 400 this weekend with his last victory at Daytona coming in 2012. Stewart has one win in the eight races he’s started in this year.
Current co-favorite to win the Sprint Cup, Kevin Harvick, is +1400 to place first this weekend and he too will look to become a multiple-time winner of the Coke Zero 400. Harvick won the race back in 2010. A win on Saturday would be his second of the year and his eighth top-5 finish in 17 races in 2016.
Jimmie Johnson, the other co-favorite to win the Sprint Cup, has +1000 odds to win the Coke Zero 400 for the second time in his career. The Chevy driver currently sits fourth in the Sprint Cup standings with two wins this year and six top-5 finishes.
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