Indy Car betting odds on the sixth race of the season have a number of drivers who could win the race. Let’s take a look at some of them and some of the previous race history.
Indy Car odds on Dixon are fairly low since he is the defending champion and a serious threat each week. Other contenders are race record holder Helio Castroneves who is back in the fold and a factor in Indy Car betting odds. He finished second to Dixon in Indy Car odds last year in this race. The drivers who finished 3-5 in Indy Car odds in this race last year will also be closely watched. Ryan Briscoe, Dan Wheldon and Tony Kanaan will be popular with gamblers who look at Indy Car betting odds.
While Dixon and Castroneves finished 1-2 last year the order was exactly reversed in 2007 as Castroneves won and Dixon finished second in Indy Car odds in this race. Wheldon was third while Kanann was seventh. Kanaan won this race in Indy Car betting odds in 2004.
Indy Car odds history tells us that last year’s race took 2 hours and four minutes to complete and finished under caution. There were eight caution flags totaling 52 laps. Six drivers held the lead last year. They were Castroneves, Dixon, Marco Andretti, Briscoe, Vitor Meira and Bruno Junqueira.
This year in Indy Car odds Tony Kanaan has started strongly in addition to Ryan Briscoe. Another driver to watch is Dario Franchitti who has returned to Indy Cars this year. Dixon is always in the running to win in Indy Car odds as is Dan Wheldon while Ryan Hunter-Reay has been a surprise.
Danica Patrick gets attention in Indy Car odds but she is rarely a threat to win anything. The same can be said about Marco Andretti and Graham Rahal. Castroneves missed some races to start the season but he is always a threat now that he is back on the Indy Car odds board.
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