Indy car Betting action on Milwaukee Mile at SBG Global

November 30, 2010 Auto Racing

Indy car betting have so far seen one of the most exciting starts to an Indy car betting season in recent memory. But there’s plenty more still to come as the action heads to the Milwaukee Mile.

With all the crazy things going on in the world of Indy car betting right now, the upcoming ABC Supply Company A.J. Foyt 225 should be as exciting as any race.

Indy car betting fans can mark their calendars for June 1st when the entire Indy betting world will be focused on the Milwaukee Mile. With Danica Patrick having just become the first female racer to win any sort of major racing title the fans should be flocking to the Milwaukee Mile to see her race in person and Indy car betting fans should be all over the Internet looking for odds and other Indy car betting action.

But one win does not make a champion and Patrick, although coming off a fine race will have her work cut out for her if she wants to win at the Milwaukee mile. The legendary track can trace its Indy car betting roots back to a dirt track in the pre-war years. Much has changed since then of course and after many remodels and additions of grand stands the track is now something quite different. It’s now a very straight forward one mile oval that many of the traditional Indy car betting fans love. The banking is fast and there should be some very good driving and racing this year at the Milwaukee Mile.

With the first race held in 1933 there is a strong Indy car betting heritage here and it was one of the few tracks that continued to host both the CART and Champ Car Indy car betting events when the two has split in the 1990s. Now that the two Indy car betting leagues are reunited the rivalry this year has been intense between the drivers and no doubt the Indy car betting has improved as a result.

One driver to watch is two-time defending champ Tony Kanaan in his Honda. Kanaan has found the secret to winning at the Milwaukee Mile and he’ll look to make it three in a row in 2008.

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