After the Easter break it is right back to work for the NASCAR betting odds makers and one of the first races on the schedule is the Samsung 500. NASCAR betting fans are not generally all that enthused about foreign influences on their sport such as Toyota cars or Colombian drivers (Juan Pablo Montoya) but Samsung’s sponsorship of this NASCAR betting event doesn’t seem to bother anyone.
And why should it considering that the NASCAR betting odds event held is one great piece of entertainment. Held at the Texas International Speedway fans have consistency been treated to a great NASCAR betting experience.
The track is 1.5 miles of pure speed and built on the classic big track NASCAR betting track design. With well rounded turns and steep banking this track is like a miniature of NASCAR betting’s legendary Daytona track. Drivers will run wide-open at this track the race should be very fast and very clean which means excellent NASCAR betting competition.
As opposed to shorter tracks which often resemble a crash-up derby more than a NASCAR betting event, the bigger tracks allow drivers to show off their driving skills and less wrecks means less reliance on luck in the NASCAR betting.
Jeff Burton won the event last year but NASCAR betting odds makers certainly will not list him as the favorite in the NASCAR betting odds this year. With the track layout the way it is Kyle Busch will have to be the NASCAR betting favorite here. He has had the fastest car all year on the long tracks and his fearlessness through the elongated turns will be tough to beat in the NASCAR betting so long as his car holds up.
This is also the type of track that NASCAR betting teammate Tony Stewart loves; long and fast and a great set up for a NASCAR betting driver with the patience and car that Stewart has. Jimmie Johnson won the late event here last season and has done well in the NASCAR betting at Texas. This track also suits the Hendrick driver’s talents and this could the NASCAR betting event that puts him back in the Sprint Cup competition.