NASCAR 2019 Consumers Energy 400 Odds, Preview & Prediction

Posted by Derrick Harper on August 9, 2019 in

Things are heating up on the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup series. With only four races to go until the playoffs begin, the racers are all jockeying for playoff positioning. With nine spots already taken in the playoff chase, there are still seven remaining, so every race is crucial. This week’s stop takes the NASCAR circuit to the Michigan International Speedway for the Consumers Energy 400. Let’s take a look at the latest NASCAR Odds while making some predictions.

NASCAR 2019 Consumers Energy 400 Odds, Preview & Prediction

Kyle Larson

Larson loves racing at the Michigan International Speedway. He won three consecutive races there in the 2016 & 2017 seasons. With three top-five finishes in his last six starts, momentum is on his side. As of right now, he’s on the outside looking in the playoff hunt. A great showing here could put him back in the playoffs.

Kyle Busch

Although Kyle Busch has only won once in his 29 races at the Michigan International Speedway, things are trending upward for him at the Michigan track. Over the last five races there, he has finished in the top five on three occasions. Busch is second in the playoff points standings and would love nothing more than to get his fifth win of the season in Michigan.

Kevin Harvick

The defending Consumers Energy 400 champion, Harvick has come on strong as of late. With two career wins at the Michigan International Speedway, he knows this track well. He has six top-five finishes on the season and is currently third in the playoff point standings. Could this be the weekend that he gets win number two on the season?

Martin Truex Jr.

Winless at Michigan in his 27 career starts, Truex would love to break into the winner’s circle this weekend. He has two top-five finishes, and three top 10 finishes in his career at Michigan. Truex is currently sitting in fifth in the point standings. He’ll be looking for win number five on the season and would love to get his first career victory at Michigan.

Brad Keselowski

Keselowski always races well at Michigan. Although he’s never been to victory lane, he’s finished in the top 10 in nine of the last 11 races at the Michigan International Speedway. With three wins on the season, Keselowski is sitting in sixth place in the point standings. A win here would vault him up the standings.

Joey Logano

Logano won at Michigan in June. With his three career wins at the Michigan International Speedway, Logano loves to race at Michigan. In his last five starts here, he has four top 10 finishes. He is sitting in the second spot in the playoff standings, and a win here could vault him to the top spot.

Denny Hamlin

Although he has won twice at Michigan, he hasn’t had a lot of success here lately. With three wins and 11 top-five finishes on the season, Hamlin is sitting in a good spot. Hamlin went winless last year, so this year has been a huge turnaround for him. A win here would give Hamlin even more momentum heading into the playoffs.