The SportsLine Projection Model has simulated Sunday’s NASCAR at Kentucky race 10,000 times.
The revamped NASCAR Cup Series schedule continues on Sunday with the 2020 Quaker State 400 at 2:30 p.m. ET at Kentucky Speedway. Our proven projection model has simulated this race 10,000 times and came up with a surprising leaderboard.
Developed by daily Fantasy pro and SportsLine predictive data engineer Mike McClure, this proprietary NASCAR prediction computer model simulates every race 10,000 times, taking into account a slew of factors including track history and recent results.
The model began its season paying out big by picking Denny Hamlin to win his second consecutive Daytona 500 at 10-1. It got off to a hot start following the coronavirus hiatus as well, calling seven top-10 drivers at The Real Heroes 400 and Toyota 500 at Darlington. Using the model, McClure also recommended an outright play on winner Brad Keselowski at 13-1 as one of his best bets at Bristol.
The model also called Kevin Harvick’s win at Atlanta and nailed a whopping nine top-10 finishers in that race. McClure also used the model to lock in a bet for Hamlin at 10-1 for his win at Miami. And last week at The Brickyard, the model called Harvick’s fourth victory of the season.
Anybody who has followed it has seen HUGE returns!
For the 2020 Quaker State 400, we can tell you the model is high on Erik Jones, even though he’s a massive 30-1 long shot in the latest NASCAR at Kentucky odds. He’s a target for anyone looking for a HUGE payday. And a massive shocker: Kevin Harvick, the Vegas favorite at 4-1, stumbles big-time and barely cracks the top five! There are far better values in this loaded field.
The model is also targeting two OTHER drivers with NASCAR at Kentucky odds of 12-1 or longer to make a serious run at the checkered flag, including a MASSIVE long shot! Anyone who backs these drivers could hit it BIG. You ABSOLUTELY need to see who they are before locking in any NASCAR picks.
So who wins Sunday’s Quaker State 400? And which long shots stun NASCAR?