Among these NASCAR betting opportunities is the 3M Performance 400 at the Michigan International Speedway, often referred to in the NASCAR betting world as the Michigan 400.
NASCAR betting experts are big fans of this race, as it at two-miles in length this classic D-shaped oval is the quintessential betting NASCAR racing track in the minds of many. It’s a super speedway that doesn’t fell like a super speedway and has some of the coveted features of a short track. In short, it combines many elements of the best NASCAR betting tracks and delivers them in one nearly perfect package. It’s also a homecoming of sorts for the NASCAR betting community. Even though betting NASCAR racing is often associated with the South, the cars that the NASCAR betting depends on all come from Michigan -Detroit to be specific- and so there is strong connection with betting NASCAR racing in this neck of the woods as well.
Last year’s champ Carl Edwards, will have a tough repeating his NASCAR betting victory again this year. The race has not had a repeat winner since 1996, which in NASCAR betting terms is close to eternity. And that’s what makes the NASCAR betting at this track so exciting. The winner’s list at this track is as diverse and varied as NASCAR betting itself and heading into the race no one single driver has an edge in the odds. Of course, Kyle Busch is driving like a wild man and is tough to beat at any track, but when it comes to the NASCAR betting odds for this race, it’s going to be a wide open affair.
But this will hardly be the last race that NASCAR betting will visit this season and fans should take note on how drivers finish. The NASCAR betting circuit will return to the Michigan International Speedway in August and so the up coming 3M Performance 400 will serve as a nice warm up for the second round.