But now thanks to the re-unification of the Indy car betting leagues and the growth of auto racing fans across the country Indy car betting lines are now in high demand for events such as the Iowa Corn Indy 250 which will be held at the Iowa Speedway.
Indy car betting lines makers have been pouring over the schedule and racing results for months trying to peg this race. It will be interesting to see which driver sets themselves apart on this short track race and will definitely be interesting to see whether the former Champ or Cart Indy car betting lines racers fair better in the country’s heartland.
The Iowa Speedway is located 30 miles east of Des Moines and is a relative baby in the world of Indy car betting lines. Established in 2007 there has only been one Indy car betting lines competitions held on the track. Most drivers are still getting acclimated with the track and for many of the Indy car betting lines drivers in this year’s event it will be the first time they’ve ever driven on the Iowa Speedway.
Built by Rusty Wallace’s track construction company the Iowa Speedway is heavily influenced by the tiny track in Richmond. In fact, this is the shortest track in Indy car betting lines at less than a mile (7/8 of mile in length). Truth be told, it was designed with NASCAR racing in mind, not Indy car betting lines, but it’s a great contrast to longer straighter races that Indy car betting lines fans have grown accustomed to.
This track may be short, but it has fast banking through the turns with 14 degrees and it’s always a great challenge for Indy Car betting lines drivers as it gets some of them out of their comfort zones. The event at the Iowa Speedway also raises the possibility of some on track collision. With so many cars in such a small space many drivers do not enjoy running this Indy car betting lines event.
One driver that ran well on the short track last year was Marco Andretti who will be looking to run fast again this year.