NASCAR Auto Racing Odds competition at SBG Global

November 30, 2010 Auto Racing

The story of the year so far in the NASCAR auto racing odds season has been Kyle Busch.

He burst onto the scene in Daytona driving circles around his auto racing odds competitors and confounding the auto racing betting odds makers. He hasn’t looked back since, but as the Chase fast approaches he hardly a lock to win the auto racing odds competition and the NASCAR auto racing betting odds ‘post-season’ should be an exciting battle.

Busch is currently number on in the auto racing odds point standings with a comfortable cushion of 262 points with just seven races left until the Chase (the highlight of the NASCAR auto racing betting odds season) begins. But the man behind him has also been on a tear and has plenty of cushions between himself and the third place driver in the auto racing odds. Dale Earnhardt Jr. has been surging of late and has been as successful as any driver in the auto racing betting odds as anyone not named Kyle Busch.

The real story of the run up to the Chase however is the overall work of the Hendrick Motorsports team. Hendrick was predicted by everyone who knows anything about auto racing odds to dominate the competition. But the team got off to an awful start with only Junior even in the top ten in the auto racing odds points for the first month or so of the season.

But all of that has changed now and the top three drivers on this team are tearing up the auto racing odds. Teammates Jimmie Johnson and Jeff Gordon are now fifth and sixth in the auto racing odds standings and the two drivers most likely to make big gains in the Chase. Auto racing betting odds makers think very highly of the two veteran’s chances and together with teammate Earnhardt represent the best chance of anyone in the auto racing odds of de-railing Busch’s run at his first NASCAR auto racing odds title.

Jeff Burton started off the season very hot and still sits in third in the auto racing point standings but has cooled of late. Carl Edwards has been sharp all year and sits in fourth, but he has demonstrated yet in the auto racing odds competition that he has the car to challenge Busch.

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