NASCAR Betting Subway Fresh Fit 500 Preview at SBG Global

November 30, 2010 Auto Racing

After some excellent racing through the first few races of the year the NASCAR betting odds are in as much demand as ever and the quality of the NASCAR betting hasn’t lost a step.

NASCAR betting is off to a smashing start in 2009. Next up on the express is the Subway Fresh Fit 500 which promises to be one heck of a NASCAR betting odds match up. NASCAR betting fans have to be pleased with the way the season is shaping up so far. Unlike last year when Kyle Busch seemed to win every NASCAR betting contest in the first few months of the season, the Drivers title is seems like it will as competitive as ever with several teams looking very strong so far in the first month of the NASCAR betting odds season.

As the drivers head to Phoenix for the Subway race the points lead is there for anybody to grab with five drivers all within 100 points of one another atop the points standings. But after the Phoenix NASCAR betting contest it the points race could look much different. A run on the one mile D oval speedway this racing should be more technical than some of the superspeedway racing we’ve seen so far in the early NASCAR betting season and you can be sure there will be pileups a plenty as cars crowd through the tight turns. This should open up the possibility of an outside name winning here.

Aggressive drivers also tend to fare poorly in these types of NASCAR odds races and luck plays a major role. NASCAR betting fans could very well see an unexpected winner at Phoenix rather than the pre-race favorites or the leaders in the point standings.

However, good drivers drive well on any track as the race’s defending champ and NASCAR betting’s three-time defending driver of the year Jimmie Johnson has demonstrated time and time again. Johnson won the NASCAR betting odds here in 2008 and should be one of the favorites going the NASCAR betting competition again this year. His teammate and current NASCAR betting points leader, Jeff Gordon, took the checkered flag in 2007 and also has to be considered one of the top picks to take home the win again this year.

As always, Matt Kensenth and Kyle Busch should be among the top drivers and Carl Edwards, still looking for his first win of the NASCAR betting season will be a contender as usual. Tony Stewart would also love to get a win for his new team and look for Dale Jr. to finally have a good race and maybe even end his NASCAR betting winless drought.

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