The Raceway at Belle Isle Parke Indy Car Odds at SBG Global

November 30, 2010 Auto Racing

The Raceway at Belle Isle Park sounds more like a dog track than a host venue for the Indy car odds competition, but don’t let the name fool you.

The Indy car betting odds event held here is one of the toughest around and despite what the name may seem like to some Indy car betting odds fans, this race is held in the heart of Detroit horsepower country. The Raceway at Belle Isle Park will play host to the Detroit Indy rand prix on August 31 and the event is not to be missed if you have an interest in top flight Indy car odds competition.

The winners list at this Indy car odds track reads like a who’s who of the all time greatest drivers in Indy car odds competition and beyond. Some of the best drivers in the world from F1 champs to Indy car betting odds racers to CART drivers have all raced and won here and it’s that special heritage that makes this Indy car odds event so special to so many Indy car odds fans and drivers alike. The track is one of the most unique in all of racing and certainly one of the most unique in Indy car odds competition. The raceway hosts perhaps the only Indy car odds competition in a city park with a yacht club and sculpture garden, but that’s what makes this Indy car betting odds competition so unique.

Last year was the first year that Indy car odds competition returned to Bell Isle. For decades there had always been an Indy car odds event here and for many years an F1 race as well. However, after the CART and IRL split the CART league kept an Indy car odds event here until 2001. It wasn’t until last year that the IRL revived the Indy car odds competition and the inaugural event was won by Brazilian Tony Kanaan.

The new 2.346 mile layout that has been used in Indy car odds events since 1997 is a bit longer than the previous course and also a bit more subtle. The racing is not considered all that difficult in the new Indy car odds configuration and fans should expect a quick race with plenty of passing opportunities.

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