2017 NASCAR Betting Lines - Car Racing Predictions at BetDSI
BetDSI sportsbook has a number of options to consider when you bet on NASCAR each week. The two most popular options are betting on a driver to win the race and the individual head-to-head race matchups. Here is a look at both of those options and some other NASCAR betting choices available at BetDSI sportsbook.
Odds to Win the Race
One of the most exciting options when you bet on NASCAR is to pick a driver to win the race. You get some attractive odds each week on the drivers ranging anywhere from 5-1 to 100-1.
Drivers like Jimmie Johnson or Kyle Busch will have low odds while some of the other drivers will be listed at double-digit odds. You can bet on one driver to win the race or you can make multiple bets and take many drivers as you hope to pick the winner.
This option has gotten more popular in recent years since you only need your driver to beat the other driver in terms of the finish to win the wager. This bet is a money line wager where you normally have one driver favored at about -140 and the other one at even money. You can bet multiple driver matchups each week at the sportsbook.
Top 3 and Top 5 Finish
If you are not quite as confident of the win for a driver you pick then you might want to take the safer option of betting the driver will finish in the top 3 or top 5. The odds won’t be as long but your chances of winning will be better.
With many of the NASCAR races you can bet on props like how many cautions there will be, number of drivers to lead the race, etc.
The 2017 season will be the 69th for NASCAR's Cup series, which is the highest level of stock-car driving in the United States. The 2016 season was the last sponsored by Sprint and another sponsor will step up going into 2017. There will be 36 points races, starting with the Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway and ending with the Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Continue
The NASCAR Xfinity season in 2017 will be the 36th season for NASCAR's top developmental series. These races are usually held on Saturday of a race weekend with the Cup races going on Sunday, although if there is a Cup race on Saturday, it is held on a Friday. Continue