NASCAR betting odds fans far and wide are familiar with Bristol Motor Speedway.
It is one of the truly iconic tracks in all of NASCAR odds. And next week it will play host to the Food City 500 in what should be one of the more exiting match ups so far in the new NASCAR betting odds season.
NASCAR betting odds fans have long marveled at the Bristol track. It is famous throughout the NASCAR betting odds world for be a tiny track with super tight turns and the potential for disaster at every NASCAR odds turn. That being said, it is the absolutely ideal place for a NASCAR betting odds competition. Drivers not only have to be talented to win here but they also need to be lucky if they want to end up on top of the NASCAR betting odds podium.
The track is simply too small for the dozens of NASCAR betting odds cars and something has to give. That something as most NASCAR betting odds fans know is generally the cars themselves as the aftermath of the great NASCAR betting odds event is littered with wrecked cars. So a driver not only has to be skilled enough to drive into contention, but they must also be lucky enough to avoid any other NASCAR betting odds driver driving into them.
Last year Kyle Busch emerged from the pack as the top driver at the ’07 NASCAR odds event. Coming off an impressive win last Sunday it could be a good omen for the 22 year-old that leads the NASCAR betting odds standings. He figured out a way to win here last year and he’ll surely be looking to repeat his NASCAR betting odds success with his new team. His teammate Tony Stewart should also be one to watch on this track as he has looked sharp in the NASCAR betting odds events so far this year and is a skilled driver on the track’s tight confines.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. should also be among the leaders as the NASCAR odds event winds down. But in this race as with all the other NASCAR betting odds events the only certainty is that there will be plenty of excitement.
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