Taking on the task of betting NASCAR races can be a challenging puzzle week in and week out as the series travels to many different circuits all across America. Unlike basketball courts or football fields, each one of them has their own quirks and idiosyncrasies. In this article, we will discuss the speedways that are the most challenging tracks at which to cash winning tickets.
When handicapping the NASCAR Cup Series it's easy to pinpoint who the best drivers are in the field every week. The numbers speak for themselves. However, no matter the hype, every driver in NASCAR had to prove themselves at one point or another. As we look towards the 2020 Cup Series season, here are three drivers that may be on the verge of a big breakout season.
It's the NASCAR Cup Series offseason, so it's great time to work on your handicapping for the 2020 season. One of the best approaches to picking winners is the horse-for-course angle.
Last week Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was sitting at -360 odds to win the NFL MVP award at BetAmerica. After he led the Ravens to a 24-17 victory over Buffalo, he has now moved to a -800 favorite to win the honor.
The 2019 season may be over but we’ve already started preparations for our 2020 Cup Series picks. The biggest question for you, the player, is will any driver moving to a new ride effect how you should handicap the races? Let’s breakdown some of the moves and see how it may change things.
The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series has come to an end for the 2019 season, and what an amazing racing year it was. As race fans know, the Cup Series is currently in a transitional phase where older drivers are retiring and new drivers are coming up the ranks. A new wave of talent has emerged and this year showed that good things are still to come. Let’s look at the top five stories that shaped the 2019 season.
After 35 grueling weeks of racing and nine playoff races, it all comes down to this race. The championship four are Martin Truex, Jr., Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch and Denny Hamlin.
The Monster Energy Cup Series heads to Phoenix, Arizona for the Bluegreen Vacations 500 at ISM Raceway this Sunday, November 10. This crucial elimination race will set up the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Currently, Martin Truex Jr. and Kevin Harvick are locked into the Final Four. This weekend two more drivers will clinch their spot into the finale.
The Monster Cup Series heads to Texas Motor Speedway this Sunday, November 3 for the AAA Texas 500. This is the second race in the Round of 8. Last Week at Martinsville, Martin Truex Jr. clinched his spot in the Final Four at Homestead. This week, one of the other seven remaining playoff drivers will try to do the same.
The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series heads to Martinsville Speedway on Sunday, October 27 for the First Data 500. A win at "The Paperclip" for the remaining eight playoff drivers will guarantee a spot in the final four at Homestead for the championship.