Denny Hamlin has made 27 starts at Atlanta Motor Speedway during his NASCAR Cup Series career, but made his way to Victory Lane just once. The 43-year-old will attempt to make his long-awaited return when he participates in the 2024 Ambetter Health 400 on Sunday. Hamlin's lone win at Atlanta came in this race in 2012, when he led 105 laps and finished 0.378 seconds ahead of Jeff Gordon to capture the checkered flag. He has posted five top-five finishes in 14 starts at the track since the triumph, with his best result being third place in 2014. Hamlin began this season with 19th-place finish at last week's Daytona 500, a race he has won three times in his career.

Sunday's 2024 NASCAR at Atlanta race is scheduled to begin at 2:30 p.m. ET. Hamlin is 19-2, while Joey Logano, who won this race last year, is the 9-1 favorite in the latest 2024 Ambetter Health 400 odds, but will reportedly suffer a penalty to open Sunday's race. Other top 2024 NASCAR at Atlanta contenders include the trio of reigning Cup Series champion Ryan Blaney, Christopher Bell and Brad Keselowski, all of whom are 10-1. Before making any Ambetter Health 400 picks or predictions, you need to see what elite expert auto racing handicappers Phil Bobbitt and Steve Greco have to say.

Bobbitt and Greco built a predictive engine that consistently beats the books. They find huge value and aren't afraid of volume. Over the past three years, their followers are up more than $24,500 on $100 plays.

Last season, they called +4000 longshot Michael McDowell winning the Verizon 200 at the Brickyard and Ryan Blaney to win the NASCAR Cup Series Championship at +3000. The duo began 2024 by calling Hamlin to win the Clash at the Coliseum at +1100 and hit on three of its four top-five wagers. Anyone following Bobbitt and Greco has seen some huge returns.

Now, Bobbitt and Greco have analyzed the field and odds for Sunday's NASCAR at Atlanta 2024 race. They're sharing their best bets at SportsLine.

2024 Ambetter Health 400 expert picks

One of Bobbitt and Greco's top NASCAR bets: They are backing Bubba Wallace, even though he's a longshot at 18-1 in the latest 2024 Ambetter Health 400 odds. 

Wallace has struggled in qualifying at Atlanta but he's shown the ability to pass a lot of drivers on this track. He's finished significantly higher than his starting position in four of his last five races at this track.

While he finished outside the top 20 in both 2023 races, Wallace had a respectable average finish position of 14.8 in the 2021 and 2022 races at Atlanta. Bobbitt and Greco were impressed with his fifth-place finish at Daytona on Monday, and they are believers in both Wallace and Toyota at a track that profiles similarly to Daytona International Speedway in a few ways. See what other NASCAR picks they like at SportsLine.

How to make 2024 Ambetter Health 400 predictions

Bobbitt and Greco have also identified three other huge NASCAR longshots they love to win it all. They're all going off at 35-1 or higher, including one massive triple-digit longshot, so anyone who backs these drivers could hit it big. You can only see who they are here.

So who wins the Ambetter Health 400 2024, and which longshots stun NASCAR? Visit SportsLine now to see the 2024 NASCAR at Atlanta picks and best bets from a team of elite NASCAR handicappers, and find out.

2024 Ambetter Health 400 odds

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Joey Logano 9-1
Denny Hamlin 19-2
Christopher Bell 10-1
Ryan Blaney 10-1
Brad Keselowski 10-1
William Byron 12-1
Chase Elliott 12-1
Kyle Larson 12-1
Kyle Busch 14-1
Martin Truex Jr. 15-1
Bubba Wallace 18-1
Ross Chastain 20-1
Tyler Reddick 20-1
Chris Buescher 22-1
Erik Jones 22-1
Ty Gibbs 25-1
Alex Bowman 28-1
Austin Cindric 28-1
Michael McDowell 33-1
Daniel Suarez 35-1
Corey LaJoie 40-1
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 40-1
Austin Dillon 45-1
Chase Briscoe 50-1
Noah Gragson 60-1
John Hunter Nemechek 65-1
Ryan Preece 65-1
Josh Berry 75-1
Todd Gilliland 75-1
Carson Hocevar 75-1
Harrison Burton 100-1
Justin Haley 100-1
Daniel Hemric 100-1
Zane Smith 100-1
Josh Williams 150-1
Kaz Grala 250-1
BJ McLeod 500-1