Online NASCAR Betting: Junior feeling at home at SBG Global

Online NASCAR betting fans were treated to an eventful off-season before the 2008 NASCAR betting season began.

But no off-season move was met with such enthusiasm and curiosity in the online NASCAR betting community as Junior’s move from DEI to Hendrick Motor Sports. And now that the move has happened, Junior is racing better than ever and among the top five drivers in online NASCAR betting.

Online NASCAR betting is full of popular drivers but none is as universally beloved or as popular as Junior. It of course has something to do with his lineage but he deserves all the credit for maintaining his online NASCAR betting popularity. After all, a family name can only get you an introduction with the online NACAR betting world, but if a driver fails to perform in the NASCAR betting they won’t last. Look at Kyle Petty or Michael Andretti. Neither enjoys near the same level of popularity as Junior with the online NASCAR betting community but neither has had near his success in the NASCAR betting either.

Straight out of the blocks Junior looked like he was meant to belong at Hendrick. He won the first two events of the season at speed week and left online NASCAR betting fans drooling. At Daytona he ran well all day and looked to be a lock to win the NASCAR betting before a risky pit strategy betrayed him. He still managed a great finish even if he didn’t get the online NASCAR betting win. Junior has also been very fast all season with two top five finishes and four top ten finishes in online NASCAR betting events.

He’s still looking for his first Sprint Cup win, but it looks like it will only be a matter of time according to most online NASCAR betting experts. He’s consistently had one of the fastest cars on the track and looks to be a lock for the Chase. Hanging in fifth place right now in the online NASCAR betting a win would shoot him to the top of the standings. Trailing by just 97 points in the online NASCAR points with plenty of season left, this could finally be Earnhardt’s year.