2020 NASCAR on Darlington opportunities, predictions: A surprising choice of proven models that amaze the Daytona 500 | Instant News


The NASCAR Cup Series 2020 schedule continues on Sunday, May 17 with the Darlington 2020 400. Among riders who have appeared in at least 10 NASCAR Cup Series races in Darlington, Denny Hamlin had the most success. In 14 runs, the average finishing position is 7.79, with two wins, seven top-five finishes and 11 top-10 finishes. Brad Kelowski (average finishing position is 10.73), Kyle Busch (11.07) and Martin Truex Jr. (11.57) are among the other drivers who regularly drift in the top 10 on NASCAR in the Darlington race.

The racers are some of the current favorites on NASCAR at Darlington odds from William Hill. Busch led the line at 5-1, with Penjowski getting 8-1, Hamlin going at 13-2 and Truex Jr. coming in at 15-2. Before completing NASCAR on Darlington selections for Saturday race, be sure to see the leaderboard predictions and projections from computer models that are proven on SportsLine.

Developed by Fantasy pro daily and SportsLine prediction data engineers Mike McClure, the patented NASCAR prediction model simulates each race 10,000 times, taking into account factors such as track history and current results.

This model started the season by paying big by choosing Denny Hamlin to win the second Daytona 500 second in a row with a score of 10-1. This also destroys her NASCAR choice last year, it hit nine of the top 10 riders at Go Bowling at The Glen and called Martin Truex Jr. to win the Toyota / Save Mart 350 in Sonoma. Anyone who follows him has seen enormous results.

Now, the model is simulated by NASCAR at the Darlington 2020 race on Sunday, May 17, 10,000 times. Head here now to see the projected leaderboard complete.

Top NASCAR in Darlington predictions

For Sunday, the model is high on Kurt Busch, a 22-1 long shot in the latest Darlington NASCAR opportunity. Among active riders with at least 10 starts at Darlington, Busch has the best ninth-place finish in his career at 16.48. With a total of 23 starts at the 1,366-mile oval, Busch is bound with Kevin Harvick for the most experience among active drivers on this track.

While Busch had just completed one of the top 10 Darlington between 2005 and 2014, he has advanced since then. He finished seventh or better in every race since then, excluding running 2016 which ended in an accident. Throwing the race out and the average finishing position is 5.5 very impressive during that range. With the top 10 pair already on his resume during the NASCAR 2020 schedule, he must have the confidence to ride the NASCAR 2020 on the Darlington leaderboard on Sunday.

And very surprising: Chase Elliott, one of Vegas’s favorites in 10-1, barely made it into the top 10. Elliott claimed fifth at Darlington in 2018, but hasn’t finished better than 10th in four other career races on the track. That included a disappointing 19th place performance in 2019. He also led only nine total rounds in his five Darlington events.

With only one top five performance in 2020 before the hiatus and the history of his struggle in Darlington, there are far better grades on NASCAR in the Darlington range than Elliott.

How to make NASCAR in Darlington options

This model also targets two other racers with NASCAR at Darlington odds 14-1 or more to make a serious effort to win them all. Anyone who supports this driver can achieve great success.

So who won the NASCAR at the Darlington 2020 race on May 17? And which long shot surprised NASCAR? Look at the latest opportunities below and then visit SportsLine now to see NASCAR 2020 projected fully on the Darlington leaderboards, all from models that destroyed the NASCAR choice last season and only nailed the Daytona 500.

NASCAR 2020 at Darlington odds (via William Hill)

Kyle Busch 5-1
Kevin Harvick 13-2
Denny Hamlin 13-2
Martin Truex Jr. 15-2
Brad Spowski 8-1
Joey Logano 8-1
Chase Elliott 10-1
Alex Bowman 14-1
Erik Jones 14-1
Kurt Busch 22-1
Jimmie Johnson 28-1
William Byron 28-1
Ryan Blaney 28-1
Matt Kenseth 28-1
Aric Almirola 50-1
Matt DiBenedetto 50-1
Clint Bowyer 50-1
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 100-1
Tyler Reddick 100-1
Christopher Bell 100-1
Cole Custer 100-1
Ryan Newman 125-1
Austin Dillon 150-1
John Hunter Nemechek 200-1
Bubba Wallace 300-1
Ty Dillon 500-1
Daniel Suarez 500-1
Ryan Preece 500-1
Brannan Poole 750-1
JJ Yeley 1000-1
Coey Lajoie 1000-1
Joey Gase 1500-1
Garrett Smithley 1500-1
Quin Houff 2000-1
Reed Sorenson 2000-1
Timmy Hill 2000-1



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