NASCAR Odds on the Sunoco Red Cross Penn 500

NASCAR odds fans have seen names for the series events grow longer and longer in recent years. This year one of the longest names you’ll see in the NASCAR betting odds is the Sunoco Red Cross Pennsylvania 500.

But as the recent NASCAR odds action has proven, it doesn’t matter what you call the thing, the races are always full action and plenty of great sports book action.   

NASCAR odds action crisscrosses all over the country through the course of a season and more and more the sport has outgrown its Southern routes and gained ground in non-traditional areas of the country including the Northeast and the state of Pennsylvania. And why shouldn’t it? After all, NASCAR betting odds action is the greatest display of stock car racing on the planet.

Hosted by the legendary Pocono Raceway this is truly one of the highlights on the NASCAR odds calendar. The Pocono track is an icon in the racing world and it’s one of the most exciting places to run a competition. The 2.5 Triangle is a challenging departure from the more familiar ovals of the NASCAR odds world, but it provides spectacular views for fans of NASCAR betting odds and challenges drivers in ways that no other venues do.

For the drivers the triangle layout is something they see but once a year on the NASCAR odds circuit and the sharp turning can be huge challenge and strain on tires. The fact that the banking on the three turns ranges from 14 to six degrees also leads to plenty of pile ups during this NASCAR odds event. Sufficient to say, this is a very difficult track for the drivers to adjust to.

In 2004 Kasey Kahne set the qualifying record for a NASCAR odds event at 172.533 mph. Kahne will be looking to duplicate his success again this year and start from the pole. There are also plenty of other notable NASCAR odds moments at the track. David Pearson’s 1975 win with his car smoking uncontrollably was certainly not your average NASCAR odds win. Or who can forget Bill Elliot driving into the winner’s circle 5 times here throughout his illustrious NASCAR odds career.

This year look for the NASCAR betting odds at your favorite sport book to be all over the place. Last year’s winner, Carl Edwards is always a threat to win the NASCAR odds events. But look for former winners Jimmie Johnson and Jeff Gordon to be in the mix as well.