Will be Paticks year on Indy Car Betting at SBG Global

November 30, 2010 Auto Racing

Indy car betting is full of personalities and celebrities. There is of course the family racing dynasty of the Andretti’s, perhaps the best known family in auto racing betting.

And there are other famous faces in Indy car betting such as Dancing with the Stars alum Helio Castroneves, but perhaps no driver in Indy car betting is as famous right now as Danica Patrick.

Indy car betting fans were first introduced to Patrick in 2005 when she debuted in Indy car racing betting, but hard auto racing betting fans certainly had heard of her before that. At the age of 16 the racing phenom moved to England to further her auto racing betting career in the various open wheeled racing leagues in Europe.

But it wasn’t long before the young woman was back in the US and working her way towards Indy car betting superstardom. Rahal-Letterman signed her to a contract and in ’05 she dazzled the Indy car betting world by winning the Indy car betting rookie of the year award. She burst onto the scene enjoying the most success a rookie female driver has ever had in Indy car betting.

She made a huge impact that year at the Indy 500, Indy car betting’s biggest event, and would have captured the pole if it weren’t for a technical error. She started fourth, which is a record for a woman in Indy car betting. She won the most poles ever by a rookie in Indy car betting and was named the top rookie driver in Indy car betting that year.

However, since then it there has been a growing chorus of doubters in the Indy car betting gallery wondering whether she can live up to her potential. After three years of full time Indy car betting racing she has yet to win an event. She has come close several times but never sealed the deal. 2008 will be a make or break year for the supremely talented and popular driver to silence her Indy car betting critics. As the auto racing betting community looks on, expect Patrick to win her first Indy car betting event.

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