Can Anyone Stop JJ in at winning the Nascar Betting odds?

Not much has changed in the NASCAR betting from 2009-2010. Sure there have been a few driver changes, and certain teams are performing better than the bet on NASCAR odds makers predicted; some worse.

But for all intense and purposes the 200 NASCAR wagering season has been the Jimmie Johnson show, the same as it was in 2009.  The only difference is that he’s even more dominant in this seasons NASCAR gambling results than he’s ever been and that doesn’t bode well for his stock bar betting competition in the upcoming Subway Fresh Fit 600 in Avondale, AZ on April 10th.

In five NASCAR betting races he’s started this year Johnson has taken the checkered flag three times for a 60% winning percentage in the bet on NASCAR results.  He’s on pace to win 17 races this NASCAR wagering season and that doesn’t even include the Chase!  Obviously he’s not going to win that many races in the ’10 NASCAR betting season, but he’s certainly on pace to win an unprecedented 5th straight NASCAR championship, something no one has come close to accomplishing in stock car betting history.

He’s won on super speedways, short tracks and everything in between this NASCAR betting season but because of the crazy point system in NASCAR he still sits in only third place in the NASCAR gambling driver standings.

The track at the Phoenix International Speedway is a one-mile oval that combines the best of short track stock car betting action with the softer turns of bigger track.  This is actually Johnson’s forte and he’ll almost certainly be the favorite of the NASCAR odds makers. 

He’s won here four times in the past 2 NASCAR wagering seasons and unless his car blows up or he’s knocked off the track there’s a very good chance he’ll take the checkered flag at this year’s NASCAR betting event as well.