Daytona International Speedway NASCAR Betting at SBG Global

NASCAR betting for most gamblers begins with the Daytona 500 at the Daytona International Speedway.

NASCAR betting odds will give gamblers some excellent choices on the big race. Daytona 500 betting on the Daytona 500 is full of excitement.  The Daytona International Raceway is a 2.5-mile tri-oval and since the race is run with restrictor plates, the cards are almost always bunched together.

The key in Daytona 500 betting odds is getting value because the big wreck can occur at anytime in the Daytona 500.  It takes just one car to make a mistake to have a major wreck and ruin your NASCAR betting picks.  NASCAR betting begins by looking at qualifying which includes the Bud Shootout on February 9th.  Other qualifying spots go to the top 35 drivers in last year’s standings.  February 14th there are also NASCAR betting odds on the Gatorade Duels where starting positions for the Daytona 500 will be finalized.

As you look at NASCAR betting for the Daytona 500 you have to start with Jimmy Johnson.  He has been dominant at the Daytona International Speedway in the past.  He has eight top 10 finishes in 12 career starts.  Another driver to consider in NASCAR betting is Dale Earnhardt Jr.  He will be driving for the Hendrick team now and could easily win to start the year and reward gamblers that take a chance with him in NASCAR betting.  Another top contender in Daytona NASCAR betting is Jeff Gordon.  He has five career wins at Daytona.  Another driver to consider in NASCAR betting is Tony Stewart who has won two of his last five starts at Daytona.

Two drivers to consider in NASCAR betting odds include Clint Bowyer who has been in the Top 10 in three of his four career starts at Daytona. Last year’s winner was Kevin Harvick and he is another driver to consider in NASCAR betting.

A few other drivers to consider in NASCAR betting are Matt Kenseth who always runs well at Daytona but can’t win, Kurt Busch who has finished in the top five in six of his 14 starts, Jamie McMurray who has finished in the top 10 in two of the last three races at Daytona and Kasey Kahne who now has Budweiser has his main sponsor.