Still other betting NASCAR fans love the marathon competition of the longer races and poster child for this type of race is of course the COCA-COLA 600. Betting NASCAR fans rarely see races like this and the Coca-Cola 600 is a very interesting race coming on the back of the all star sprints.
For betting NASCAR fans the all star race is a brief sprint where the Coca-Cola 600 is knockdown, drag out, grueling event where endurance is worth more in betting NASCAR than speed. On May 17th the Lowe’s Motor Speedway will play host to its second betting NASCAR event in during a two week stretch. Coming one week after the all star race betting NASCAR odds drivers get a bit of break from the traveling and run back to back betting NASCAR events in Charlotte.
Two-time defending betting NASCAR champ has dominated this race in the past and this could be just the opportunity he needs to jump start his morbid betting NASCAR season in 2008. At one point in time he had won four consecutive races here and he’ll surely be looking back on that betting NASCAR experience to try and get back in victory lance.
The Lowe’s betting race track is no piece of cake track and inside knowledge of what it takes to win here can be crucial to any betting NASCAR odds success. The track is also notoriously rough on tires, not due to the banking or angles of the betting NASCAR track but a very rough surface that requires frequent pitting. In this light pit strategy also comes into play when considering betting NASCAR odds, more so than other betting NASCAR events.
Among the race favorites entering this betting NASCAR event is of course current betting NASCAR’s points leader Kyle Busch who’s wide open driving style seems perfectly suited to this fast track so long as his Joe Gibbs Racing car holds up.