With only three races underway it’s almost impossible to know, as the NASCAR betting season is much more like a marathon rather than a sprint. But for the sake of conjecture there certainly seems to be a small group of drivers that through three races seem to have the upper hand so far in the NASCAR betting.
NASCAR betting experts has been off a bit so far in their preseason NASCAR betting projections, but again it’s much too early to tell which auto racing betting teams have it together and which don’t. The big news so far in this young NASCAR betting season has been the success (and failure) of Carl Edwards. NASCAR betting fans are certainly aware of his two wins in three races –and also likely very aware of his major NASCAR betting penalty of 100 points incurred for racing violations. Edwards has looked sharp so far in the early going but ask any NASCAR betting expert and they’ll tell you that his wins were anything but impressive.
Perhaps the most impressive driver so far this season has been NASCAR betting points leader Kyle Busch who has been fast from day one. He was by far the fastest driver at the NASCAR betting season opener at Daytona but due to a crazy string of cautions was unable to get the win. He has also lead an enormous amounts of laps in the NASCAR betting and for that he has been rewarded with the top spot in the NASCAR betting standings even if he has yet to win. Right now he seems to be running a bit faster than everyone else and appears to be the man to beat in NASCAR betting.
Of course with months of NASCAR betting still ahead, you can never discount the big names. Two times reigning champ Jimmie Johnson shook off a disappointing run in the NASCAR betting season opener and now has two consecutive second place finishes. For people who know auto racing betting, he still looks like the man to beat. And with the resources of Hendrick behind him he will no doubt have success in this season’s auto racing betting.