Just like the NBA and the NFL, NASCAR is also one of those sports well-loved not only by Americans but by other folks around the world as well. In fact, the National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing has presented exhibition races in countries like Australia, Canada, Mexico and Japan. However, the American crowd remains to be its biggest supporters. Proofs to the huge influence of this motorsport are the best-selling items that make up the NASCAR merchandise. You can buy these things from their official site or through other online stores or retailers. There are also those NASCAR racing schools and events. How about those NASCAR-related features in the news and in various magazines?
But what’s a great sport without some gambling involved? If you are constantly checking the NASCAR race schedule and results and are trying to read and learn several betting tips, then you must be one of the many individuals who are hooked with NASCAR betting. Almost everybody just likes to play all sorts of betting games. Why not? It’s fun. It’s exciting. Plus, you have the chance to win something, whether it’s cash or whatever is involved in your deal.
Making a bet on NASCAR involves these three options: a) betting for a certain driver to win, b) betting for a driver to place in the top three and c) betting on a particular driver to finish ahead of another which is also called match-ups. You can try other betting options but these are the three known ones. So it’s understood that your chances of winning lies on how good of a racer your chosen driver is. The question now is: who’s your bet on NASCAR?
If you haven’t decided yet, you can check out these three recommended NASCAR drivers that are participating in the latest season:
This 51-year-old stock car driver is currently competing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and drives the #5 GoDaddy.com/Delphi/Carquest/Hendrickcars.com Chevrolet Impala for Hendrick Motorsports. Martin has been described by ESPN as “the best driver to never win a championship” since his biggest achievement in the Sprint Cup Series so far is placing second for five times (1990, 1994, 1998, 2002, 2009).
He currently drives the #48 Lowe’s/Kobalt Tools Chevrolet Impala which is co-owned by Rick Hendrick and his teammate Jeff Gordon and is operated by Hendrick Motorsports. What’s great about this guy is he became the only driver to win four consecutive Sprint Cup Series Championships in 2009. Fellow race car driver Mark Martin even nicknamed him “Superman.”
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.