The 2016 Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup race is taking place this this Sunday, February 28, 2016, at the Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton, Georgia with a start time of 1:00 pm EDT and TV coverage on FOX. Here is a list of the betting odds for the NASCAR drivers to win the 2016 Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500.
For each driver the number of times he or she has won the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 are listed as well as the number of times each driver has won at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. Also listed are how each driver did last week at Daytona and the career stats for many of the NASCAR drivers below are also listed.
Good luck to all the NASCAR drivers and especially the bettors this week at the 2016 Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500!
1. Kevin Harvick – 5 to 1
At odds of 5 to 1, Kevin Harvick is the betting favorite to win the 2016 Fold of Honor QuikTrip 500 at Atlanta. Kevin Harvick has yet to win this race but he’s won the last three (2013-15) other NASCAR race run yearly at the Atlanta Motor Speedway and Harvick has four total wins over the track. Harvick finished fourth last week in the Daytona 500.
2. Joey Logano – 6 to 1
Despite never having won a NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Atlanta, Joey Logano is the second choice in the betting odds at 6 to 1. Joey Logano finished 6th last week at Daytona after winning the race in 2015. For his career, Joey Logano has 14 wins in 256 starts and he’s won 11 times over the last two years in Sprint Cup races.
T-3. Jimmie Johnson – 7 to 1
Jimmie Johnson is the defending champion in the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 having won the race last year. Johnson also won this race in 2004 and 2007 for three wins over the track. Jimmie Johnson finished in 16th place last week at Daytona.
T-3. Kyle Busch – 7 to 1
Kyle Busch won this race in 2013 for his one win over the Atlanta track. Kyle Busch has 34 career wins in 391 Sprint Cup starts. Kyle Busch finished third last week at the Daytona 500.
T-5. Denny Hamlin – 8 to 1
After winning the 2016 Daytona 500 last week, Denny Hamlin is 8 to 1 odds to win again this week. Hamlin won this race in 2012 for one win over the track. For his career, Denny Hamlin has 27 wins in 363 career starts.
T-5. Matt Kenseth – 8 to 1
Matt Kenseth has never won this race but he does have two wins over the track. Kenseth finished in 14th place last week at Daytona. For his career, Matt Kenseth has 36 wins in 579 starts.
T-5. Brad Keselowski – 8 to 1
Brad Keselowski is also 8 to 1 odds to win the 2016 Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500. Keselowski has yet to win this race and he has yet to win a Sprint Cup race over the Atlanta track. He finished in 20th place last week at Daytona. For his career, Brad Keselowski has 17 wins in 234 starts.
8. Carl Edwards – 10 to 1
Carl Edwards has two wins in this race (2005, 2008) and he has four wins over the track (2005, 2011). Edwards was 5th last week in the Daytona 500. Carl Edwards has 25 wins in career 410 starts.
T-9. Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Kurt Busch, Martin Truex, Jr. – 15 to 1 odds each
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. has never won this race or won over the track and he finished in 36th place last week after crashing out of the Daytona 500. Kurt Busch also has never won this race or won at Atlanta and he finished in 10th place last week. Martin Truex, Jr. finished an oh-so-close second last week at Daytona. He too has never won at Atlanta.
T-12. Kyle Larson. Kasey Kahne – 25 to 1 odds each
Kyle Larson has yet to win a Sprint Cup race in 76 starts. He finished 7th last week at Daytona. Kasey Kahne won this race in 2009 and 2014 for two wins over the track. He finished 13th last week at Daytona and he’s probably not a bad bet here at decent odds.
14. Austin Dillon – 30 to 1
Austin Dillon has yet to win a NASCAR Sprint Cup race in 86 starts. Dillon finished in 9th place last week at the Daytona 500.
15. Chase Elliot – 40 to 1
After winning the pole last week, rookie Chase Elliott ended up finishing the Daytona 500 in 37th place. Chase Elliott has yet to win a Sprint Cup race in only six starts so far in his young career.
16. Jamie McMurray – 50 to 1
Jamie McMurray has yet to win this race but he has two wins over the track (2002, 2010). McMurray finished last week in 17th place. For his career, Jamie Mcurray has seven wins in 475 starts so he is a very infrequent winner.
T-17. Ryan Newman, Clint Bowyer – 75 to 1 odds rach
Neither Ryan Newman or Clint Bowyer have ever won this race or won over the track in a Sprint Cup race. Newman ran 11th last week at Daytona and Bowyer ran 33rd. Ryan Newman has 17 wins in 513 starts while Clint Bowyer has eight wins in 362 starts.
19. Danica Patrick – 100 to 1 odds
Danica Patrick has yet to a NASCAR Sprint Cup race in 119 starts. Danica Patrick finished the Daytona 500 in 35th place last week which is not great but she looked pretty good all week there.
- Field of all other drivers – 25 to 1 odds