NASCAR Odds Roundup: Coke Zero 400

November 30, 2010 Auto Racing

Every year there have been plenty of surprises in the world of NASCAR betting odds and the open wheeled sports betting has been as unpredictable as ever.

That trend in NASCAR odds should continue in the upcoming Coke Zero 400. NASCAR odds followers from the old days will no doubt remember back to when the raises were sponsored by just Coke, but times change. And the NASCAR betting odds for this race will be in high demand. Held on the Fourth of July there are hardly any other sporting events that capture the heart of Americana like this race and its accompanying NASCAR odds. With a three-day weekend to accompany the sporting action there should be plenty of people taking note of the Coke Zero 400 NASCAR odds.

This race, held at the legendary Daytona International Speed way, seems to have an affinity for soft drinks. Sponsored by Pepsi for the 25 years, this is the first year that NASCAR odds fans will be referring to it by its new soft drink sponsor, Coke Zero. But names aside this is a major NASCAR odds race.

The drivers will be happy to get back to the super speedway after several NASCAR betting odds competition held on short tracks and road courses. At 2.5 miles in length the famous tri-oval will let the drivers open the engines and with 31 degree banking and four wide turns they won’t have to worry so much about the congestion they’ve been seeing at some of the recent NASCAR odds events either.

Always held on our nation’s birthday this is one of the most anticipated NASCAR odds competitions of the season. Last year Kyle Busch blazed to one of his many wins here last year before fading at the season’s end. He’ll be among the favorites again this year as he always seems to run well in the NASCAR betting odds events held in Daytona and performs well on the big stage.

Tony Stewart is another driver for the sports betting crowd to keep their eye. He’s won the event twice in the past four years and after getting his first win as a car owner he’s proved he can win with his new set up. Also look for perennial NASCAR odds contender and former champ Jeff Gordon to fare well, and keep an eye on Carl Edwards who seems like he’s a possible winner of every NASCAR odds event he enters.

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