Castroneves is the polesitter as he averaged 224.864 miles per hour in his four lap qualifying. 93 Indy 500 betting odds at the sportsbook have eight drivers listed at 10-1 or less to win Sunday’s race.
93 Indy 500 odds should be extremely competitive on Sunday since the times for the 33 drivers are very close. There are 11 rows of three drivers each that make up the 93 Indy 500 odds field. Wagering on 93 Indy 500 betting odds has already begun for Sunday’s race. 93 Indy 500 betting odds information tells us that ABC will be televising the action beginning at approximately 1 pm Eastern on Sunday.
93 Indy 500 odds information tells us that Castroneves is starting on the pole for the third time in his career and that has been a good place recently to be at Indianapolis as three of the last five race winners have started there.
The slowest car this year in qualifying was Ryan Hunter-Reay, who averaged 220.597 mph as 93 Indy 500 odds statistics show. The fastest rookie this year was Raphael Matos who averaged 223.429 mph.
Last year it was Scott Dixon winning the race at Indianapolis. Dixon is listed as the 3.5-1 second choice in 93 Indy 500 betting odds at the sportsbook.
There are four former Indy 500 winners in this year’s 93 Indy 500 odds field. They are two-time winner Castroneves, Dixon, Dario Franchitti who is 6.5 to 1 in 93 Indy 500 odds at the sports book and 2005 winner Dan Wheldon who is 15-1 in 93 Indy 500 odds.
There are a total of five rookies in the 93 Indy 500 odds field. They are Raphael Matos, Robert Doornbos, Mike Conway, Nelson Philippe and Alex Tagliani. None of them are the youngest driver in the race as that honor goes to Graham Rahal who is 20 years old. The oldest driver in the race is Davey Hamilton who is 46.
The driver with the most Indy experience is Scott Sharp who has gotten a lot of recent attention in 93 Indy 500 odds as he has dropped to 10-1 at the sports book.
Here is a look at the 93 Indy 500 odds.
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