It has been a great year for Indy car auto racing betting fans.
Not only did the two dueling Indy leagues reconcile before the auto racing betting odds season began, but the competition and the auto racing odds drivers actually lived up to the hype. So far the auto racing odds competition has been fantastic and there are still plenty of battles left before the auto racing betting odds comes to a close.
At present the man to beat in the auto racing odds point standing is Scott Dixon. The leader in the auto racing odds points standings with 370 is the only driver with three wins this season and has been the auto racing betting odds makers favorite more times than not so far this season. He’s got a comfortable lead over his closest competitor in the auto racing points standing and with a recent win in Nashville; it would seem he still has plenty in the tank.
Helio Castroneves has been making a push of late in the auto racing odds competition and trails Dixon by 48 points despite not having come in first in a single auto racing betting odds event. But consistency is the key to success in most auto racing odds leagues and sooner or later he’ll be in the winners circle. But his work is cut out for him as the competition picks ups after the number two spot in the auto racing odds points competition.
Just 11 points back from Castroneves is veteran Dan Wheldon with 311 points. Wheldon has won two events already and appears better poised to challenge Dixon for the overall auto racing betting odds lead than the Brazilian. But right on Wheldon’s tail is another Brazilian Tony Kanaan who is more than capable of putting together a late season surge and taking the auto racing odds lead.
Danica Patrick, who picked up her first auto racing odds win this season in Japan, is several spots back in 7th but remains a fan favorite and is more than capable of winning again against the auto racing betting odds. Two young guns to keep an eye on are Marco Andretti, currently in fourth in the auto racing odds points race and Graham Rahal who’s farther down the chart at 16. Both drivers have already one once and are fearless when it comes to auto racing odds competition.
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