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NASCAR Betting – 3 Guys to Keep Your Eye On

Unfortunately for NASCAR bettors, the Daytona 500 didn’t tell you much! Mother nature showed her ugly head, and shortened the ‘500’ to roughly to ‘380,’ and handed Matt Kenseth his first victory at the Great American Race.

This season will be incredibly difficult for NASCAR betting participants. With the removal of testing, and shortened funds all around given the state of the economy, you never know who will show up week to week. That’s why looking at past results, and sports betting in favor of safe drivers is the way to go in the early parts of the season. Case in point: There’s no driver more conservative than Matt Kenseth, and look who has the only checkered flag this season!

Here’s three drivers to keep your eye on this week in practice:

Greg Biffle

You’ve gotta love ‘The Biff,” and especially at the Auto Club 500. Everyone’s favorite NASCAR betting underdog has had tremendous success at California, and specifically at this race. Biffle has one win and three top five finishes, and on average, runs in 11th place when racing here. Simply put: You probably won’t have to sweat much if you bet on Biffle, he’ll be near the front of the pack. His one downfall is that he has never qualified well here, which puts him at an immediate disadvantage to begin the race. Nonetheless, he could be a very smart and valuable NASCAR betting option for a Top 3 selection.

Kyle Busch

For a guy who races anywhere and everywhere, he may enjoy racing on the West Coast the best. The younger of the two NASCAR Busch brothers has one win, three top fives and seven top 10s at California, for an average finish of 9.9! Nobody won more races in total than Busch last season, so regardless of the NASCAR odds, he’s probably a good play this week.

Jimmie Johnson

He may not have had the best run at Daytona, but who did? The defending Cup champion is fantastic at California, with numbers even better than Kyle Busch’s! Three victories, four runner-ups and a third-place finish as well. Even more amazing is that last August during his victory here, he posted a perfect driver rating of 150.0. That means that he led 228 of 250 laps, for an average running position of 1.2. Imagine having Johnson on your NASCAR betting card that day! This could be the perfect way for Johnson to start his march to a fourth consecutive championship.

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