"Betting to Win" an outcome event like the Daytona 500 is the most common way to wager on a NASCAR race. Since NASCAR has multiple races over the course of a year, "Betting to Win" obviously offers numerous wagering opportunities. It is very important to note that not all the drivers in a race may be listed, so another NASCAR betting option is on the "field" which includes all other drivers not listed.
The NASCAR odds on a "field" bet depend on how many drivers are listed and how likely it is for the top drivers to win. In other words, if the same five or six drivers seem to battle it out for the top spots each race, the odds on the "field" will be much higher since there is less likelihood that one of the longshots in the "field" will win. Futures are another way we "Bet to Win" that can offer us appealing NASCAR odds because we're betting far in advance of when the event takes place.
In addition, NASCAR drivers are awarded Nextel Cup points according to the place they finish in each race, and those points are accumulated over the course of the season. Some Las Vegas sports books will allow us to bet on who we think will finish atop the Nextel Cup standings, giving us yet another opportunity when it comes to betting NASCAR.
Meanwhile, as in golf "Matchup Betting" offers us an alternative to simply betting on a NASCAR race's winner. Artificial head-to-head matchups are created by odds makers and involve drivers who are all competing against each other to win the race, with the bet specifically focused upon how one driver finishes compared to another driver in the matchup.
Keep in mind that popular drivers tend to be over-rated and over-priced when odds makers create these artificial matchups due to their status of being more well-known with the public, so the underdogs are usually a good play because they offer more value.
We are extremely knowledgeable in NASCAR. We have a good feel about how races will likely turn out, we trust our insights and use them to find strong bets. We have our power rankings for drivers which give us a good idea of who's hot on the NASCAR racing circuit and who's not. We are the more prepared NASCAR betters on the internet.