The result was win-win for Indycar betting odds fans and the entire competition. Indycar odds competition will be even better in 2009 as the IRL has had an entire off season to work out the first kinks after re-unifying with the CART. It’s fairly safe to say that this Indycar odds season will be the best in decades. With a whole host of familiar names and former champs suiting up for the ‘09 Indycar betting odds competition you do not want to miss it.
Defending champ Scott Dixon will be back in the Indycar odds looking to defend his personal title and deliver another for Ganassi Racing. Last year’s Indycar odds title was the second of Dixon’s career which puts him in some very esteemed Indycar betting odds company.
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But it won’t be easy defending the title this year as a hungry group of Indycar odds veterans and a talented class of young drivers will gunning for the champ. Foremost on the list will be Andretti Greene racing teammates and former champions Tony Kanaan and Dan Wheldon. And Indycar odds racing fans should also keep an eye out for Panther Racing’s Sam Hornish who would love to add a fourth Indycar odds title to his resume.
The two top young guns looking to make a big splash this Indycar odds season are Graham Rahal and Marco Andretti, sons of racing legends that have yet to fulfill their potential. One huge void in the driver lineup will be former Indy 500 champ Helio Castroneuves who could face jail time for tax evasion, but could also be back in the competition later in the season. But his absence will be counterbalanced by the return of the 2007 Indycar odds champ Dario Franchitti who returns after a one year exile in NASCAR.
All told, the 2009 Indycar odds season looks be an epic year for open wheel racing and fans would crazy to miss a single race in the newly unified series.
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