Last year’s race saw a fantastic finish for gamblers who bet on Indy Car at the sportsbook as Helio Castroneves got beat by Scott Dixon to win by 0.0033 of a second, the second-closest finish ever in Indy Car.
Indy Car betting on Castroneves could be popular again this week. Last year Castroneves came from last place to win the race. It was only the second time in Indy Car betting history a driver had started last and came back to win. "I'm kind of like speechless, to be honest," said Castroneves. The reason that Castroneves had to start last was because of a qualifications infraction. The win last year for Castroneves was not enough for him to win the Indy Car title for the season as Dixon won by 17 points. Castroneves missed the early part of this season so he won’t win the title this year either.
Last year Ryan Briscoe finished third as Indy Car betting stats show with Tony Kanaan fourth and Will Power fifth. Kanaan and Power might get a look at the sportsbook from gamblers for this year’s race but the attention will be focused on last year’s top three cars.
Indy Car betting in 2009 at the sports book has been all about four drivers. Dixon has been at the top of the standings along with Ryan Briscoe. Dario Franchitti is also very much a part of the Indy Car betting picture as he is right with Dixon and Briscoe. Castroneves is in fourth position but well back of the top three in Indy Car betting standings. Castroneves is always a threat to win though and one of the fan favorites for those that bet on Indy Car at the sports book.
Indy Car betting has not gotten as much attention this season with NASCAR dominating the scene each week. The race at Chicago though should be a good one and the Indy Car betting should be competitive. Castroneves will be a good choice for those that bet on Indy Car with Dixon, Briscoe and Franchitti the other three drivers that will attract Indy Car betting attention.
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