Internet Sports Betting NASCAR Really Heating Up

December 1, 2010 Sports Betting

Internet sports betting on NASCAR is entering the best time of the year as the final races leading up to the Chase for the Cup are nearly here.

Offshore sports betting has NASCAR taking this week off in the Cup cars and then it is the Labor Day Eve race at Atlanta and the following week at Richmond to decide who makes the Chase.

Internet sports betting then continues to be exciting in the ten races for the Cup. Heading into next week’s race there is less than 100 points separating 7th place Ryan Newman and 14th place Brian Vickers. That means a total of eight drivers are in the hunt. Offshore sports betting odds on Newman, Vickers, Greg Biffle, Juan Pablo Montoya, Mark Martin, Kasey Kahne, Kyle Busch and Matt Kenseth should be fun to follow. Internet sports betting stats tell us that Busch and Martin each have won four races.

Here is a look at the drivers on the Internet sports betting bubble heading into the final two weeks of the NASCAR “regular season.” Ryan Newman is in 7th place as offshore sports betting numbers indicate and 84 points ahead of 13th place. He had been up and down all year and it is really amazing that he is in 7th place considering some of the rotten finishes he has had in Internet sports betting. Greg Biffle is just 9 points back of Newman as Internet sports betting statistics tell us and he is very fortunate to be in the Top 10 considering he hasn’t had a win in three years. He could easily fall out of the Top 12 as offshore sports betting shows if he is not careful.

Juan Pablo Montoya is 64 points ahead of 13th place as Internet sports betting stats show. He has not won but has seemed to be right there each week. The pit speeding penalty was huge at the Brickyard as online sports betting indicated because a win there would already have him in great shape. Mark Martin is 60 points ahead of 13th place as Internet sports betting indicated. Kasey Kahne is 52 points ahead of 13th place and could be poised to move up. Matt Kenseth is currently on the bubble and he has done nothing in Internet sports betting since winning the first two races. Vickers may catch him as he is only 39 in back of Kenseth as Internet sports betting stats show. And we can’t forget about Kyle Busch who is 34 points out of 12th as Internet sports betting has it. NASCAR’s crybaby still might make the Chase as online betting standings tell us.