Most sports betting fans might be more familiar with the track as a site for NASCAR racing but, this track is also home to Indy car betting odds and the action is fast and furious. If you’ve never seen an Indy car betting odds event held on a super speedway than you should definitely not miss this year’s Bombardier Learjet 550 at the Texas Motor Speedway.
Indy car betting odds enthusiasts have a very full plate in the upcoming months with the Indy 500 just around the corner and then the classic Indy car betting odds event in Milwaukee and then a huge change of pace at the Texas Motor Speedway. Traditionally, this race has had a tough act to follow as it was almost always held the weekend after the Indy 500. However, this year it’s set up very nicely for maximum Indy car betting odds satisfaction. In 2008 the Indy car betting odds racing schedule has the Indy 500 followed up by the Milwaukee event which is a short track and a nice contrast to the Indy car betting odds that will be done at the Texas Motor Speedway.
The race was initiated in 1997 and is an awfully young race in terms of Indy car betting odds. However, in its short life span it has done much to attract a wide following in the world of Indy car betting odds. With its long straight aways and high banked corners the Texas Motor Speedway is built for speed and Indy car betting odds fans are rarely disappointed. In these types of wide open high speed races it’s hard to pick an Indy car betting odds favorite. Sam Hornish is the defending champ and three time winner, but just about everyone has ran fast here. Brazilian Hélio Castroneves has won two of the past four events and always does well in high speed Indy car betting odds events.
However, the driver that ultimately wins this thing is the one with the best luck. Every Indy car betting odds driver is capable of setting a blistering pace, but the winner will be driver that has everything fall into place and can avoid mechanical problems and on track traffic.