NASCAR odds fans have seen some variation come their way in the sportsbook races in the months of May and June.
But when July rolls around, it will be back to the bread and butter of the traditional NASCAR betting odds with 1.5 and 2.5 mile tracks. The Lifelock.com 400 is one such NASCAR odds competition that will get back to the roots of stock car racing and should be a tremendous chance to wager on NASCAR betting odds.
NASCAR odds makers have a tough job trying to choose a winner from the very talented group of drivers on the circuit today. Luck, both good and bad, plays such a prominent role in NASCAR betting odds competition as well, that it can be hard to get a handle on all the sportsbook possibilities.
The Lifelock.com 400 held at the Chicagoland Speedway is no different from the other NASCAR odds events in regards to the difficulty in choosing a winner. The 1.5 mile course is a D-oval featuring 18 degree banking which makes it not a big track and not a small track, and much more difficult for NASCAR odds handicapping.
Since this race debut in 2001 there has been a number of different drivers that have gone on to NASCAR odds success here. Kevin Harvick won the first two events here but hasn’t been back to the victory lane since. He is just one of two drivers to take the NASCAR odds checkered flag here on two occasions; the other is Tony Stewart.
This was yet another of the many NASCAR odds events won by Kyle Busch last year and as with any race he starts, he’s got to be considered a contender here as well. Former champs Jeff Gordon and Junior could also run well here and as everyone knows Junior is well overdue for a NASCAR odds win.
But once again, don’t count out new car owner Tony Stewart who already has one NASCAR betting odds win as an owner. He’s won here twice before and has plenty of confidence entering this NASCAR odds race. As the current points leader to this NASCAR odds season he has surprised even his biggest supporters with the success he’s having. His biggest challenge here will likely be fending off the talented Hendrick Motorsport drivers (Gordon, Jimmie Johnson, Junior) who have run well all year and due for a win.