2022 NASCAR Coke Zero Sugar 400 Super Six Picks

2022 NASCAR Coke Zero Sugar 400 Super Six Picks

2022 NASCAR Coke Zero Sugar 400 Super Six Picks

The NASCAR Cup Series playoffs are quickly approaching, but before we get to the postseason, there is a race to get to on Saturday night. It’s a big race at Daytona for the Coke Zero Sugar 400 in Florida. TheSportsGeek has our free NASCAR Coke Zero Sugar 400 picks for the race.

The playoff picture is clear, but there still are some things to settle on the bubble. Bubba Wallace is a driver that can get into the playoffs with a win at Daytona. He’s been a runner-up on this track several times, including in the Daytona 500 earlier in the year.

The Fox Bet Super Six is back for the race on Saturday night. Coke Zero Sugar 400 Super Six is a free prop contest only available on the Fox Bet Super 6 app. There is not a penny required to play, so even if you don’t know NASCAR, you can play along without risking anything.

Head below for our best Coke Zero Sugar 400 Super Six picks at Daytona on Saturday night. For a sports betting experience, look at our top NASCAR betting sits for Daytona this weekend.

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1. Which of these Drivers will finish in the worst position at the end of Stage 1?

We’re making our selections without qualifying taking place, but Daytona is always a wild crapshoot that comes down to who avoids getting caught up in a wreck. These questions that ask which question finishes worst are closely related to who is DNF’d from the race first.

Austin Cindric and Chase Briscoe are going to be overwhelmingly selected by the public for the first question.

I’m leaning towards William Byron finishing the worst out of this group. Briscoe is coming off two strong performances at Daytona and hasn’t minded racing at superspeedways.

He finished P3 and P4 at the last two races at Daytona. Cindric won the Daytona 500 to open the season in February.

To get a big piece of the prize money, you’re going to have to take some chances. Byron hasn’t finished in the top-10 since winning at Daytona six races ago. He’s finished P38, P12, P37, P26, P19 in his last five.

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2. How many Chevys will finish in the Top 10 at the end of Stage 1?

I’m normally high on Chevy with Chase Elliott, Kyle Larson, and William Byron. However, as we just noted, Byron isn’t the biggest fan of Daytona. He hasn’t had any success here recently.

Larson is well-known not to run well at superspeedways. If NASCAR would just skip Daytona and Talladega, he wouldn’t be too upset.

Elliott is likely going to be near the front. At least a top-10 finish is expected. He’s had six straight top-10 finishes. I’m going to take a guess at three Chevys running in the top-10 at the end of Stage 1.

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3. Which of these Drivers will finish in the best position at the end of Stage 2?

If there is one thing that Bubba Wallace would like to accomplish in his career it’s winning at Daytona. He hasn’t been satisfied with finishing runner-up, which Wallace has done often on this track.

Bubba finished runner-up for the third time in his career at Daytona. He’s made it abundantly clear that finishing P2 isn’t good enough.

While emotions don’t translate into wins always, it’s worth noting that his team has always tuned up a fast car. Wallace finished P2 at the Daytona 500, and he also did the same in this race last year.

Note that he’s finished in the top-5 in three of his previous four runs here. I’m giving Bubba the nod on Saturday night.

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4. Which Stewart Haas Driver will finish in the Top 10 at the end of Stage 2?

Kevin Harvick finally ran out of steam after back-to-back wins. He secured a spot in the playoffs, but couldn’t stay hot last week on the road at Watkins Glen.

Harvick has finished P30, P10, P15, P4, P3 in his previous five races at Daytona. While Harvick didn’t have as much success as he hoped for at Watkins Glen, he’s won the last two oval races on the schedule.

Going back to Chase Briscoe, he’s liked racing at Daytona recently. It took him a few races to get the hang of this place, but Briscoe is coming off recent success at Daytona Superspeedway.

Briscoe finished P4 in this race last year and followed up in P3 at the Daytona 500 in February.

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5. At the end of the race which manufacture team will have more cars in the Top 10 and how many cars will they have?

I’m big on Toyota in this race with Denny Hamlin, Bubba Wallace, and Kyle Busch running well on Saturday night.

Christopher Bell may be able to get involved near the front as well. There are more drivers in Ford and Chevys, but expect Toyota to be well-represented in the top-10.

Between Chevy and Ford, you could flip a coin on who is going to have more cars. Question 5 is a tough ask on the Coke Zero Sugar 400 Super Six.

As I noted above, I’m not particularly confident in Chevy on Saturday night. Let’s go with Ford having the edge with four in the top-10 over three for Chevy.

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6. Which driver will have the better finish at the end of the race and by how many positions?

Denny Hamlin should have a good run at Daytona on Saturday night. As will Chase Elliott, who is the favorite to win at Daytona.

This race is going to be a wide-open event, though. There is no clear consensus on who the favorite should be in the Coke Zero Sugar 400.

From a betting perspective, selecting the better price is what you should do for this race. Hamlin was +1200 when I bet him to win. Also, you have to keep in mind that the public will back Elliott on this question.

If you want a big piece of the pie, you need a unique ticket on the Super Six app. Hamlin is no slouch at Daytona, either.

He has two wins at Daytona since 2019 and five wins since 2016. He’s finished in the top-10 in 15 outings at Daytona since 2015. I’m going Hamlin by three spots over Hamlin at the checkered flag.

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Author: Tamara Kim