So far we have seen such NASCAR betting stars as Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon, Mark Martin, Matt Kenseth, and the Busch brothers take first place everywhere from Vegas to New Hampshire. Most recently, NASCAR betting on the LifeLock.com 400 belonged to Mark Martin as he came from behind, overtook Vickers and Hamlin, and came in for the checkered flag.
NASCAR betting fans are looking forward to 400 miles of track; 200 2-mile laps around the Michigan International Speedway. The NASCAR betting drivers have yet to qualify, so the pole has yet to be won.
400 miles is a decent distance for a NASCAR betting race; not too short, not too long. Anyone that takes the lead early will likely burn out toward the second 200 miles. Anyone who plans to come up around the end of the race and take the NASCAR betting win from behind is in for a rude awakening. The key to making a successful bet on NASCAR this race is endurance, not pacing or sprinting.
The young Kyle Busch seems to be able to win any NASCAR betting race he sets his mind to, but who knows what happened in the LifeLock.com 400. His aggressive driving style led him to smash one too many times into the wall, and ended up two laps behind. He seems to be one of the best bet on NASCAR choices. Juan Pablo Montoya has made it a habit to finish toward the back of the top 10 in every race he enters. Though the switch from F1 to NASCAR betting may not be the easiest thing to cope with, he’s not exactly the best bet on NASCAR to make. Experience is a very important factor in any sport, but age seems to wear down most athletes. NASCAR betting seems to be the exception, as drivers get better with age. Mark Martin, at 50 years old, seems to be another very smart bet on NASCAR to make. This seasoned vet can see the openings and knows how and when to make his moves. Look for either Martin or Kyle Busch to make a stellar appearance at this NASCAR betting race. For sure, they will be in the top 10.