June 15, 2024

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How To Make Your Bet On NASCAR More Rewarding

NASCAR is just like the NFL or NBA which is supported and followed by not only Americans but by many people around the globe. As a matter of fact, this association of stock car auto racing has been to many countries like Mexico, Australia, Japan and Canada to perform different race exhibitions. But, the Americans are still the greatest supporters who usually bet on NASCAR.

Laying a bet with a little gambling makes any sport fun. If you regularly check the schedules and results of every NASCAR race on the web or on TV or search for tips in betting, then you must be hooked to this sport. It’s natural that an avid follower of a certain sport involves himself in betting. Of course, it’s fun and exciting to get great prizes once you have won.

When betting on NASCAR, you have three choices. First, betting on a certain racer to win; second, betting for him to win on any of the top three positions; or third, making a bet on a driver to get ahead of another regardless of ranking. There are of course other betting alternatives you can try, but these are the common ways most NASCAR bettors involve in. Hence, it is clear that for you win in this gamble, you have to pick a good race car driver. If you have a good bet on NASCAR then you are likely to win. If not, you can pick among the following drivers who have participated in the latest season.

Mark Martin is a 51-year-old racer who is at the moment competing for Hendrick Motorsports, driving the number 5 GoDaddy.com/Delphi/Carquest/Hendrickcars.com Chevrolet Impala. He is presently participating in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. According to ESPN, Martin is “the best driver to never win a championship.” This is because he never won a first prize, and his biggest success is second place for five times in 1990, 1994, 1998, 2002, and 2009.

Jimmie Johnson is another racer who is driving for Rick Hendrick and Jeff Gordon, which is as well operated by Hendrick Motorsports. He is handling the number 48 Lowe’s/Kobalt Tools Chevrolet Impala. In 2009, he has won four consecutive times in the Sprint Cup Series, and was even named “Superman” by his fellow racers.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. is the driver of number 88 AMP Energy/National Guard Chevrolet Impala, competing for NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, too. He has won 23 times for nationwide series and 18 times for Sprint Cup. By knowing the most eligible drivers, you can now bet on NASCAR.