Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Brad Keselowski are the auto racing betting favorites to win the 2017 Daytona 500 – which will be the first race of the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season for all y’all fans who like to bet on auto racing at SBG online sportsbook.
Odds to Win Daytona 500
• Dale Earnhardt Jr +650
• Brad Keselowski +650
The current champion would be a sports betting odds-on favorite to win the 2017 Formula One championship. For example, Lewis Hamilton won it twice in a row in 2014 and 2015, and Sebastian Vettel before him won it four straight years. However, the 2017 season will be the first since 1994 in which the defending champion will not compete. Reigning champ Nico Rosberg showed a lot of restraint by retiring while on top – provided it isn’t a 10-minute retirement. If Rosberg were a racing horse, he could be said to have been put out to stud. Which given his fame and money is probably not too far from the truth.
Eighteen-year-old Canadian racing driver Lance Stroll will become the first Canadian F1 driver since World Champion Jacques Villeneuve in 1997. He will also become the second-youngest driver in F1 history behind Belgian Max Verstappen, who competed for Red Bull Racing when he was still six months short of turning 18. This goes beyond auto racing betting; this is a truly inspiring story of the triumph of the human spirit in the face of adversity. Verily, there is nothing you can’t do if you work, hard, keep your eyes on the prize, and never give up – and have a father whose net worth is estimated at US$2.4 billion.
Longtime NASCAR fans looking to take their love of auto racing to an online betting website can get excited about this year’s upcoming Chase. With only a few days before it officially begins fans everywhere are getting ready for another nail-biting conclusion to this year’s NASCAR season. As the opportunity for a championship draws nearer the pressure to win continues to pile on the drivers. The Chase is akin to the playoffs in other sports and is the always the case in the playoffs, someone is being sent home. So, which drivers have a knack for thriving under pressure and have a real chance to making it to the final race at the Homestead-Miami Speedway?