Last year the Indy Car series ended their feud with Champ Car World Series and that meant the addition of Champ Car’s big race, the Grand Prix of Long Beach to the Indy Car odds schedule. Indy Car betting odds action at Long Beach will give a number of drivers the chance to enjoy the longest running street race in the United States.
Indy Car odds on the Long Beach Grand Prix in April should be competitive with a number of drivers expected to contend for the win. Since 1984 the Long Beach Grand Prix has been a Champ Car event but that changes this season. The course is a road course that goes along city streets in Long Beach, California and along Shoreline Drive. Dario Franchitti could be one of the favorites in Indy Car odds since he is returning to Indy Car action this year. He will be the teammate of Scott Dixon, last year’s Indy Car series overall champion as Indy Car odds information shows. “Winning [a title] is tough, but to defend is harder,” Dixon said, “Already the car is super fast and I have a new teammate joining me.”
Indy Car odds on other teams should be popular as well including Andretti Green Racing. They have Tony Kanaan, Danica Patrick and Marco Andretti who will be on the Indy Car betting odds board. Patrick is popular in Indy Car odds but she is a poor value since she rarely wins or contends. Kanaan is always a threat in Indy Car odds though.
Another of the serious contenders each week in Indy Car odds is Dan Wheldon. He finished fourth overall in the Indy Series last year and is always a threat in Indy Car betting odds.
One of the drivers that would be a serious contender in Indy Car odds at Long Beach is Helio Castroneves. Indy Car odds information shows that the issue is whether or not Castroneves will be able to race since he is dealing with a tax evasion case.
Take a look at the Indy Car betting odds for the Long Beach Grand Prix this week and make sure you open an account at SBG Global so you can bet on your favorite Indy Car driver.