NASCAR Betting: Bank of America 500

NASCAR betting fans will turn their attention to Charlotte, NC for the Bank of America 500 to bet on NASCAR with on October 17.

NASCAR betting is at a fever pitch with one of the best point chase races ever to bet on NASCAR with as sentimental favorite Mark Martin fights to win his first ever title.

Martin has been a model of NASCAR betting consistency this year and particularly down the stretch as he has wowed those who bet on NASCAR with 6 consecutive NASCAR betting finishes of 7th place or better. At the Kansas 400 NASCAR betting event on October 4 he finished 7th to maintain his points chase lead. Martin has won a total of 5 NASCAR betting events this year and has the entire United States rooting him on as the 50 year old veteran that is seeking his first cup!

Tony Stewart made a strong NASCAR betting statement at the Kansas 400 with his victory for those bet on NASCAR with him. Steward climbed to 4th overall in the NASCAR betting points chase with his 4th win of the season.

Jimmie Johnson is in the thick of the NASCAR betting points chase hunt as well as he was just 18 points behind Martin with 4 wins this year. As the defending NASCAR betting points champ and a consistent driver with 18 top 10 finishes this year Johnson is as much of a favorite as anyone to take the cup.

Juan Pablo Montoya continues to climb in the NASCAR betting standings as he ranks 3rd in total points despite not winning a race this year. The ex-Formula One standout has been a model of consistency with 15 top 10 finishes.

Kurt Busch has had a phenomenal comeback season this year and has climbed to 5th in the points chase standings. He has 16 top 10 finishes this year and has regained a lot of respect from NASCAR gamblers.

You cannot have a NASCAR conversation without mentioning the ever present Jeff Gordon and the DuPont Chevrolet. Gordon ranked 7th in the points chase with 1 win and an eye-popping 20 top 10 finishes!