NASCAR betting has now grown into one of the biggest types of auto racing betting in the world and the hype and coverage in turn seem to grow every season. With several races already under the belts, there seems every indication that the drivers in this year’s NASCAR betting are going to put on a truly great show.
NASCAR betting has grown every year for the decade and this season is no different. With a number of big off season moves the fans of NASCAR betting have been even more eager to try their hand at auto racing betting than ever before. The headline move of the NASCAR betting off season was of course the move by Junior from DEI to Hendrick. The NASCAR betting word eagerly anticipated the move and so far it’s too early to tell what the outcome will be. But for one of the biggest driver moves in auto racing history there has been no shortage of media coverage and certainly in the early part of the 2008 NASCAR betting season it has been the big event.
But on the track the NASCAR betting story has been Carl Edwards. He has already won two straight traces this season and has a great shot to qualify for NASCAR betting’s playoffs, the Chase. But perhaps the fastest car on the track this season has been Kyle Busch in the M&M’s car, which has consistently run at the front of the NASCAR betting pack but has yet to seal the deal. As auto racing betting fans -and especially NASCAR betting fans- know, being the fastest does not always mean a victory as strategy and good luck are also important.
Another big story in this early NASCAR betting season has been the disappointing run so far of Hendrick Motor Sports. In the NASCAR betting preseason and the run up to the season opening Daytona 500 auto racing experts expected this team to clean up with its stable of top drivers. That has not been the case and Hendrick has yet to score a victory in this year’s NASCAR betting season. Gibbs racing, powered by Toyota this year was also expected to win big in NASCAR betting, but top driver Tony gave away the Daytona 500 on the last lap has been a relative non-factor in the NASCAR betting ever since.