But although it may not be easy betting NASCAR is highly rewarding and with a slate of great races like the Dodge Challenger 500 coming up, betting NASCAR has never been better. Betting NASCAR fans come from all walks of life and have all different types of strategies when it comes to betting NASCAR odds.
For a race like the Dodge Challenger 500 it takes all kinds of angles to try and come up with the best plan for betting NASCAR. On May 10 the betting NASCAR universe will descend upon Darlington, South Carolina and vigorously engage in betting NASCAR odds. Some will win and some will lose but the one certainty of the event is that all will have a great time when it comes to betting NASCAR.
Darlington Raceway is a unique track for the betting NASAR circuit and runs relatively fast. A skinny oval with four corners of different proportions passing through the turns at this track can be very tricky. The tightness of the smaller east end of the track can also reek havoc on tires and this will certainly be a consideration for betting NASCAR fans. The track is relatively fast with qualifying laps exceeding 170 mph, but it’s not quite a super speedway at 1.7 miles in length and so it’s a unique experience for the betting NASCAR drivers.
Last year four-time betting NASCAR odds champ Jeff Gordon ran away with the race. Gordon is no stranger to Darlington and has traditionally done well here when it comes to betting NASCAR. But anyone that has seen the betting NASCAR action so far shouldn’t bet too quick to put their money on the winless Gordon who’s struggled in the betting NASCAR so far this season.
His teammate Jimmy Johnson a former two time winner has also struggled. One driver who’s always done well in Darlington in terms of betting NASCAR is Craig Biffle who back to back races in 2005 and 2006 and could make a return to the betting NASCAR winner’s circle in 2008.