Auto Racing Betting

     NASCAR betting and Formula One auto racing betting options are available on a regular basis. NASCAR betting has grown in the United States while Formula One auto racing betting has grown in Europe and in other countries. Auto racing betting offers driver matchups, odds on the winner of a race, qualifying odds, futures, and props.


As you bet at online betting sites you need to develop expertise and knowledge at NASCAR betting and Formula One auto racing betting by studying not just the auto racing drivers but also the car racing teams, tracks, auto racing history and tire manufacturers. Each of these things is important and has their own individual strengths and weaknesses for a gambler to evaluate when looking at auto racing. It is also important in NASCAR and Formula One auto racing betting to keep track of the latest personnel changes.

There are some excellent NASCAR and Formula One car racing websites that a gambler must utilize for the best information to help him handicap the races properly as he looks at auto racing history.

It is important for gamblers in Formula One auto racing betting to get their wagers in by the Thursday before a race. Sports gamblers get far better value for their sports betting bankrolls by betting early rather than late and depending on how well a gambler does in qualifying auto racing betting, he might even win money before the race begins. Formula One auto racing often has some odd results and it is important for sports betting gamblers to be careful and have a balanced approach to their Formula One auto racing betting activities as sports betting players can easily get in trouble by always backing the favorite.

A better strategy is to look for lesser-known car racing drivers to finish in the top eight positions rather than lay big money every week.

Auto Racing Betting Odds to Win The Monaco Grand Prix

Nico Rosberg (+170) and Lewis Hamilton (+160) are the auto racing betting favorites to win the 2016 Monaco Grand Prix. Monaco is arguably the signature event of the Formula 1 season, and is part of the Triple Crown of Motorsport along with the Indy 500 and the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Rosberg currently leads the F1 season with 100 points after winning four of the first five races. In addition to that, the German driver is the fourth racer in history to win the Monaco Grand Prix three consecutive times – as it turns out, the last three editions of the race.

Auto racing betting favorites to win Indianapolis 500

The favorties to win the Indy 500The auto racing betting favorites to win the 2016 Indianapolis 500 will not just be competing to win any race – and under no circumstances is the Indy 500 any race. In addition to being, as always, the premier event of the Verizon IndyCar Series season – also known as The Greatest Spectacle in Racing – this will mark the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500. Technically speaking, this will actually be the 99th scheduled 500-mile race of the canon, since the the1916 race was in fact scheduled as a 300-mile race – but don’t let that a matter as small as a couple hundred miles spoil the fun. This is still such a momentous occasion that Darius ‘Hootie’ Rucker himself will sing the national anthem. 

Formula 1 Championship Auto Racing Betting Favorites

Favorites to win the F1 Driver's Championship Five races into the longest Formula One season in the history of the sports, the auto racing betting favorites to win the 2016 Formula 1 Drivers Championship are beginning to sort themselves out.

Kyle Busch may be the key to your NASCAR Betting Win!

Kyle Busch your key to win on Nascar bettingIf you bet on NASCAR you probably noticed that this past weekend the Sprint Cup Series was held on Saturday. Drivers, staff, and teams were able to dedicate some time off the track and out of their motors to their mothers, wives and mother-in-laws.  Now, with their mind set on what is coming next in the series, we bring you a few things for you to keep in mind before you set your mind on some NASCAR Betting. 

Nascar goes Rollerball on drivers, drivers not happy

Nascar no longer requiring teams to tighten all five lug nuts on each wheel during pit stopsIf you bet on NASCAR just to see the crashes, then NASCAR no longer requiring teams to tighten all five lug nuts on each wheel during pit stops is good news for you. But it’s bad news for driver and team owner Tony Stewart, who was fined $35,000 for speaking out against the lug nut issues. Sure, the nine-member NASCAR Sprint Cup Drivers Council will all pitch in equally to pay the fine, but it’s not really about the money.

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