Making a NASCAR bet on this Sunday, September 6th race should be fun since it is holiday race. Anytime a race is held at Atlanta Motor Speedway it seems to be exciting in NASCAR betting.
NASCAR betting on this race used to have it as part of the Chase for the Sprint Cup but not this year. Even earlier than last year, this race determined the overall champion as from 1987 to 2001 the race was the final one of the season.
Since this is a holiday weekend the Labor Day Classic 500 will be run at night and that is always exciting for gamblers who bet on NASCAR. It will be the first ever regularly scheduled night race at Atlanta. Since this race is important in the race for the chase there will be some drivers to consider in NASCAR betting. Kasey Kahne has done well at Atlanta in the past and he could be a driver to watch in NASCAR betting. He won in NASCAR betting in the 2006 spring race. A couple of drivers that might need a good finish at Atlanta are Ryan Newman and Greg Biffle. Both are on the chase bubble and really could use a good finish to solidify their positions. Biffle has seven top-10 finished in 13 races at Atlanta as NASCAR betting stats indicate.
Mark Martin is also under pressure to do well in Atlanta as he looks to make the Chase. He started on the pole at Atlanta in March. Kyle Busch will try and make a late push as well and make the chase and impact NASCAR betting results. Busch has not had a very good season but he is still part of the picture for making the Chase and he might need a win in this race.
In the fall race, Carl Edwards has won in Atlanta twice, in 2005 and last season in NASCAR betting. Two years ago it was Jimmie Johnson winning this race in NASCAR betting. Johnson also won this race in 2004. This year’s points leader, Tony Stewart was the winner of this race for sports betting gamblers who bet on NASCAR in 2006. Jeff Gordon was the NASCAR betting winner in 2003 while Kurt Busch won this race for gamblers who bet on NASCAR in 2002.
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