2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup SeriesÂ
Start Time:Â 6 p.m. EST
Date:Â Sunday, Sept. 1, 2019Â
Laps:Â 367 (501.322 miles)Â
2018 Winner: Brad Keselowski (Team Penske)
– The 2019 Bojangles’ Southern 500 takes place at the Darlington RacewayÂ inÂ Darlington, S.C.
– The 2019 Bojangles’ Southern 500 pole winner and qualifying results have yet to be determined. However, Denny Hamlin, of Joe Gibbs Racing, won the 2018 pole position in last year’s Bojangles’ Southern 500 race.
All Bojangles’ Southern 500 betting lines, odds and props available onÂ FanDuel Sportsbook.Â
– Kyle Busch (+375)Â
– Martin Truex Jr. (+560)Â
– Brad Keselowski (+580)
– Joey Logano (+620)
– Kyle Larson (+700)Â
– Denny Hamlin (+800)Â
– Kevin Harvick (+850)
– Chase Elliott (+1500)
– Denny Hamlin (+800) has won this event twice in the past (2010, 2017) and also boasts the highest average finishing position (6.2) at Darlington Raceway in Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series’ history. Hamlin has posted 11 top-10 finishes and and seven top-5 finishes in his 13 total starts on this track.Â
– Kevin Harvick (+850) won this event in 2014, and has also posted 11 top-10 finishes along with a field-leading nine top-5 finishes in his 22 starts at this track.
– Kyle Larson (+700) has never won an event at Darlington, but he has posted two top-5 finishes and four top-10 finishes in his five total starts at this track. Larson has finished eighth or better in five of his last six races.
– The last driver to win back-to-back Bojangles’ Southern 500s was Greg Biffle in 2005 and 2006.
– A Toyota driver has won the Bojangles’ Southern 500 in four of the last six years.
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