He has won the race the last two years for gamblers in Indy Car betting odds. Indy Car odds on the race from the Kansas Speedway will be on the board in late April as the Indy Car Series has their third race of the year. This race is a big one for drivers as they prepare for the Indy 500. It is the first oval race of the season following two road races at St. Petersburg and Long Beach.
Overall the IndyCar Series has a total of 10 oval races, three road courses and five street circuits. Indy Car odds will not be the only types of odds at the Kansas Speedway as NASCAR also holds events on this track.
The IndyCar Series debuted at the Kansas Speedway in 2001. An interesting fact about the 2007 race showed that three women, Danica Patrick, Sarah Fisher and Milka Duno were on the Indy Car odds board, making for three women in a major U.S. race for the first time.
Indy Car odds will have Weldon as one of the favorites along with Tony Kanaan who won in 2006. Wheldon, Scott Dixon, Kanaan and Dario Franchitti will be very popular in Indy Car odds. Last year Dixon was on the pole and one of the favorites in Indy Car betting odds. Dixon dominated most of the race but was caught in the pits on a caution and could not recover, finishing 3rd in Indy Car odds results. Wheldon was in the Top three all day and held off Kanaan by just over two seconds to get the win in Indy Car odds.
Helio Castroneves was a factor in last year’s race but he may not be part of the Indy Car odds field due to his tax evasion legal case.
Indy Car odds really have only a handful of drivers that have a realistic chance to win each week. Wheldon, Dixon, Kanaan, Franchitti and Castroneves are the leading contenders in Indy Car betting odds. Ryan Briscoe, Danica Patrick and Marco Andretti might get a little attention but they have not proven they can win in Indy Car odds.
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