Bet On Nascar: Making Your Choice

Different individuals follow different sports. There are those who are die-hard basketball fans. Some would prefer to watch the National Football League. However, if you are into stock car racing more, then you are probably a fan of NASCAR. The National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing is the largest sanctioning body of stock car racing in the United States and this motorsport is well-loved by the American crowd as much as basketball and football. The great influence of NASCAR is seen through its many subsidiaries. One great example is the NASCAR merchandise. If you are looking for various NASCAR items like shirts, caps, collectibles and toys, you can find those in a NASCAR store.

Other proofs of the said motorsport’s influence include NASCAR racing schools and the various racing events throughout the country. And as if those weren’t enough, NASCAR betting is known to keep a lot of folks busy as well. This online betting makes checking the NASCAR race schedule and the anticipation of the results more exciting. Bets are everywhere even in other sports like boxing, basketball, baseball, etc. With NASCAR betting, you get a lot of options that you can try.

There are three known ways on how to bet on NASCAR. One is by betting that a certain driver will win the race. The other one is by betting that a particular driver will place in the top three. The third one is by betting that a certain driver will finish higher than another driver. These details tell us that choosing the race car driver to place our bet on is pretty crucial.

The following are current drivers who are highly recommended by NASCAR enthusiasts so take your pick:

Tony Stewart Born as Anthony Wayne Stewart, this guy currently owns and drives the #14 Office Depot/Old Spice/Burger King Chevrolet Impala in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series for his own team, Stewart Haas Racing. He has won titles in Indy cars and stock cars, as well as midget, sprint and USAC Silver Crown cars, giving him the recognition of “one of the finest racers of his generation.”

Dale Earnhardt Jr. He drives the #88 AMP Energy/National Guard Chevrolet Impala in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series for Hendrick Motorsports, and drives in the Nationwide Series part-time for the #88 car for his own team, JR Motorsports. Earnhardt Jr. has 18 Sprint Cup wins so far and 23 wins for the Nationwide Series.

Kurt Busch This one comes from a family of NASCAR drivers. His father and younger brother are on the same profession as he is. In 2006, when he won in the Nationwide Series, Busch became one of only 18 drivers with a win in all three of NASCAR’s top divisions: Sprint Cup Series, Nationwide Series and Camping World Truck Series.

So who’s your bet on NASCAR? Do you go for the older or the younger ones?