NASCAR Odds Look at All State 400

November 30, 2010 Auto Racing

NASCAR odds fans are in hawg heaven as the season heads into the home stretch and the Chase fast approaches.

There is no more exciting time to be playing the NASCAR betting lines than when Chase positions are on the line and drivers and battling for the top 14 spots. One critical NASCAR odds race in the run for the Chase is the All State 400.

NASCAR odds makers and fans will be locked onto Indianapolis when the worlds of open-wheeled racing and NASCAR betting odds converge. The Allstate 400 at the Brickyard is one of the great American racing traditions and brings out the best in NASCAR odds. Home of the world renowned Indy 500, the race track also plays home many different forms of racing most noticeably the NASCAR odds circuit and the Allstate 400. Anyone looking for high speeds, great racing and some fantastic NASCAR odds competition needs to look no further. This NASCAR betting odds event has it all.

Held on July 26th this year, this NASCAR odds race will play a pivotal roll in determining which drivers will qualify for the NASCAR betting odds chase and which will not. The speedway was built in 1916 and has become the preeminent race track in the world. There is simply no other track on the NASCAR odds circuit that can come close to matching it for tradition and history and that’s what makes this NASCAR betting odds event so special.

This year will mark the 16th time that NASCAR odds and the legendary track have teamed up in event and every year it seems to only get better. Any fan that has partaken in the action through years has seen some amazing moments. Who can forget Dale Earnhardt’s 1995 victory after the rain shortened qualifying. Or the 2007 win by newcomer Juan Montoya which made him only driver ever to win an F-1, Indy Car and NASCAR odds event at Indy.

This year there is a very good chance that Tony Stewart will be the online sports betting favorite to win this event. Over the past four years only he and Jimmie Johnson have hoisted this trophy. Johnson won last year, but Stewart is currently leading the NASCAR odds point standings and is having a phenomenal year as driver/owner. Plus, you have to like Stewart’s chances on his home track where he always seems to do well.

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