Vegas Odds On Indy 500 2015
Vegas odds on Indy 500 drivers every year reflect the fact that you must be a great open wheel racer, but luck definitely plays a big part. So past winners definitely improve their odds of winning the 2013 Indianapolis 500 on May 26 this year, but do not count out some sleepers like James Hinchcliffe who has the talent to get the job done, and is also receiving some pretty attractive odds. He has won two of his four races so far this year, looking good in the number 27 Go Daddy car. His teammate Marco Andretti is second in the points race and off to the best start of his career, and has to be considered a favorite in 2013 as well. Helio Castroneves has been looking for his record-tying fourth Indy 500 winner since 2009, and if he does not get it, Dario Franchitti may. Statistically the best driver on the circuit since 2007, Franchitti has won three of the last four Indianapolis 500 races he has entered, instantly making him a Las Vegas odds on Indy 500 favorite.
About The Indianapolis 500 Race
The Greatest Spectacle in Racing, otherwise known as the Indianapolis 500, takes place over the Memorial Day Weekend in the United States. Arguably the most prestigious racing event in the world, it joins the Monaco Grand Prix and 24 Hours of Le Mans as the three races comprising the unofficial Triple Crown of Racing. And each year the Vegas odds on Indy 500 drivers are sought out by veteran and newbie gamblers alike. Even the casual sports bettor is interested in this exciting race that is consistently the most viewed motor sports event of the year.
Indy 500 winners receive a traditional drink of milk, and hoist the Borg-Warner Trophy. And in recent years it has been anybody's race. In the five years from 2008 to 2012 there were four different winners, and the Las Vegas odds on Indy 500 potential winners generally offer a handful of drivers with roughly the same odds to win. Held at the famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Indiana, the race is nonetheless international in scope, with a strong foreign and European presence every year.
Part of the IndyCar circuit, 67 different drivers have been crowned champions during the 500 mile event through the first 96 races. A.J. Foyt, Al Unser and Rick Mears have each won the coveted open wheel championship 4 times, and 25 champions have come from outside US boundaries, representing 9 different countries. And just about every year you can even find one or two drivers from the popular US NASCAR racing series listed among the Vegas odds on Indy 500 drivers. With the Indianapolis Motor Speedway track itself seating 257,000, infield seating can swell that number to nearly 400,000, and millions annually watch the racing event which is one of the most exciting in all of sports.
The event's name is tied to the IndyCar class, also known as the formula of open wheel race cars which are the standard for competition in the Indy 500. This race is International in nature, and has a strong European and foreign presence each year. The participation of U.S. drivers has dwindled somewhat over the years as as Nascar Motor Sports gained momentum and has attracted the heart and soul of USA race car drivers for events such as the Sprint Cup Series and the Daytona 500.
Las Vegas Indy 500 Betting Odds
The following are the most current Las Vegas Odds On who will win the Indianapolis 500 .
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