NASCAR betting action is heating up as the season takes a week off for the Easter weekend.
There won’t be any NASCAR betting odds over the break but NASCAR betting fans will not be out of the action long. The Goody’s Cool Orange 500 is the next NASCAR betting event scheduled and should provide quite a show.
NASCAR betting has been anything but disappointing this season as multiple teams and drivers have all earned checkered flags this season and there has yet to emerge a dominant team in the NASCAR betting odds. At the Goody’s 500 all the big names will be there, well rested and ready to make another run at NASCAR betting success. Last year, Jimmie Johnson was the big winner in the NASCAR betting odds as he rolled to his second consecutive NASCAR betting driving title.
However, this year he’ll hardly be the favorite to repeat his NASCAR betting event. Johnson has struggled with his car all season and NASCAR betting fans are baffled at the awful start both he and Hendrick running mate Jeff Gordon have gotten off to this NASCAR betting season.
The track in Martinsville, where the Goody’s event will be held is a tiny half mile course that makes for very difficult driving and some very impressive NASCAR betting. There are all kinds of obstacles to winning this NASCAR betting event and having the fastest car here does not guarantee a NASCAR betting victory. Good luck and smarts behind the wheel are worth more than speed when it comes to NASCAR betting at Martinsville.
Darrel Waltrip seemed to have figured that out better than anyone in NASCAR betting odds history as he came up with NASCAR betting victories 11 times over the years. With two long straights and tight corners the track is not as fast as Bristol, NASCAR betting’s other famous half mile and the technical aspect of the driving becomes much more important.
Look for Tony Stewart Jr. or Jeff Gordon to run well here and win this NASCAR betting event. Sprint Cup leader Kyle Busch has run very fast in the NASCAR betting odds so far, but this track simply isn’t suited all that well for his driving style.