Generally after several months of racing NASCAR betting odds makers have figured out which drivers are running the best and NASCAR betting fans get into something of a NASCAR betting groove. So when the Aaron’s 499 is run this year on April 27th there should be a much clearer picture of how the NASCAR betting is shaping up.
NASCAR betting fans should love this event. Held at the legendary Talladega Super Speedway the race is wide-open racing and NASCAR betting at its finest. Talladega is one of the fastest NASCAR betting tracks on the planet and one certainty here is that the racing action will be fast and furious. The NASCAR betting odds makers are well aware of this and always favor the heavy footed risk-takers here in the NASCAR betting.
Kyle Busch is a classic example of the type of driver that generally does well in the NASCAR betting odds at events like this. Talladega was built for his style of racing and he’ll be among the most favored drivers in the NASCAR betting odds to win the Aaron’s 499.
At 2.66 miles this is also one of the longer NASCAR betting events of the season. Dale Earnhardt used to own this track and has more NASCAR betting wins here (10) than any other human. The Intimidator’s wide-open style was perfectly suited for the NASCAR betting events held here. Last year four-time NASCAR betting champ Jeff Gordon took both Sprint Cup events held at Talladega.
That does not look like it’s in the cards this year, but stranger things have happened in NASCAR betting. If he can keep his car in good working order he certainly knows what it takes to win a NASCAR betting event here and could make it three in a row at Talladega.
But Gordon and his Hendrick team have struggled all year in the NASCAR betting and it seems more likely that one of the Gibbs drivers, Busch or Tony Stewart, will have the upper hand on the track and likely win the NASCAR betting event.