NASCAR odds makers have their work cut out for them each and every race.
In the upcoming Toyota/Save Mart 350 the NASCAR betting odds will be especially tricky. As with all short tracks NASCAR odds the results can be highly unpredictable and that generally means heightening excitement for NASCAR odds fans.
NASCAR odds are much harder to deliver on tracks a mile or less in length than on a super speedway. The traffic flow is much tighter and wrecks tend to have a huge impact on how drivers finish against the NASCAR odds. But what about a road course? These tracks are the real wild card in NASCAR betting odds and are so rare that some NASCAR odds fans may have never even wagered on a road course before. But when the premier NASCAR odds road course event, the Toyota/Save Mart 350 is held, fans will have the perfect opportunity to watch their favorite drivers compete on a different type of NASCAR odds track.
Most NASCAR betting odds drives are truly out of their element when it comes to NASCAR odds competition on a road course. NASCAR odds drivers are used to ovals, tri-ovals, and D-shaped ovals, not wild twists and turns with abrupt breaking and acceleration. It’s not difficult to understand how these challenges can foul up many NASCAR betting odds drivers. The Infineon Raceway is winding and twisting road course that generally hosts open wheeled racing, but occasionally hosts NASCAR odds events.
If you’re looking to bet the NASCAR odds on this event there is one driver you must keep an eye on: defending champ Juan Pablo Montoya. Unlike most NACAR odds drivers, Montoya is actually in his element when it comes to road courses. As a veteran of Formula One he’s like a fish in water and his win last year in the NASCAR odds is evidence of that. Montoya has been racing extremely well this year and NASCAR odds victory here could be just the thing to seal up his bid for the Chase.
But before Montoya hit the NASCAR odds circuit there was another driver among the NASCAR stable that dominated on road courses and that of course is local Jeff Gordon. The California Kid still has some tricks up his sleeve and he’ll look to push Montoya for this year’s NASCAR odds title.