This year there should be all kinds of crazy elements in the NASCAR betting odds mix and it’s shaping up to be one of the most interesting in years. One of the most interesting elements to this year’s NASCAR odds action is the new mix of drivers to NASCAR odds ranks.
NASCAR odds fans remember last year for many things. Jimmie Johnson won his second straight driving title; Jeff Gordon had resurgence in his NASCAR odds career, the Car of Tomorrow made its debut and Hendrick Motor Sports whipped up on everyone in the NASCAR betting odds. But perhaps one of the biggest parts of last year’s NASCAR odds season was the introduction of Juan Pablo Montoya to the NASCAR odds community.
Already a superstar worldwide Montoya decided to try his hand at NASCAR odds competition after a highly successful career in Formula One racing. Long considered one of the top drivers in the world he enjoyed moderate success last year, much more than many NASCAR odds experts expected, but certainly he would have liked to do more. Fortunately, he’ll have chance this year to improve on his two win season a year ago in NASCAR competition.
Having to learn an all new way of racing and new type of race car obviously was huge challenge but Montoya was up to the task and pleasantly surprised most NASCAR betting odds critics with his performance. This year he’ll joined by several more high-profile open-wheel racers that will try to compete in the NASCAR odds and equal Montoya’s success.
Among the racers, perhaps the most decorated is former Formula One world champion Jacques Villeneuve, a French Canadian who raced at just about every level of open-wheeled racing in the world so why try his hand in the NASCAR odds competition as well? In a recent short sting in F-1 as replacement driver with an inferior car he proved that he can still race and if he can adapt to the unique challenges of NASCAR odds competition he’s as good a driver as there is. Joining him will be last year’s Indy 500 champ Dario Franchitti who had at tremendous year last year in open wheeled racing and will look to repeat his success in the NASCAR odds.NASCAR odds racing is obviously very different but than open-wheeled competition but there some similarities, at least with Indy racing. Both competitions are run on ovals and that could be a big advantage for these drives when they compete in NASCAR odds events. In any event, NASCAR odds competition should be greatly enriched with the new drivers’ presence.