Indy Car betting odds on The Milwaukee Mile should be interesting as it is the first race following the Indianapolis 500.
Indy Car Odds on the race schedule for Sunday, May 31st should have a number of contenders including last year’s winner, Ryan Briscoe.
Indy Car betting odds saw the upset last year when Briscoe won a duel with last year’s Indy 500 champion Scott Dixon. It was Briscoe that won in Indy Car betting odds while Dixon finished second. Briscoe has had a strong start to the Indy Car betting odds season with a win at St. Petersburg. The defending champion of any race is always going to get attention in Indy Car odds so look for Briscoe to be one of the favorites.
Another driver that should get a lot of action on the Indy Car betting odds board is Tony Kanaan. He won The Milwaukee Mile in 2006 and in 2007. Another driver that should do well is Dario Franchitti who was second in Indy Car betting odds two years ago. Franchitti has had a solid start to the Indy Car betting odds season and is a threat to win each week. A few others drivers to keep an eye on include Helio Castroneves who won the pole in this race in 2006 and in 2007 and Dan Wheldon who finished third two years ago.
It will be interesting to see which drivers rebound from the Indy 500 to do well this week in Indy Car odds. Dixon, Kanaan, Briscoe, Franchitti, Wheldon and Castroneves should be on the Indy Car betting odds board as the main favorites to win this week.
Keep in mind as you wager on Indy Car odds this week that you can pick an individual driver to win or you can look at the matchups. Sometimes it can be tough to pick just one driver to win in Indy Car betting odds and that is where matchups come into play. With Indy Car betting odds matchups you just need your driver to finish better than the other driver to get paid. That can be a lot easier than defeating the entire field. Matchups are based on money lines just like you would see in other sports.
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