Daytona 500 Betting Advice: Current Odds and Selections To Target, Avoid

Football may be over, but that doesn’t mean there are not good wagering investments to be made this weekend. That’s because the Daytona 500, the Great American Race, is also the World’s Greatest Crapshoot.

That’s because the Daytona 500 is the Great American Race and the World’s Greatest Crapshoot.

Just don’t call it ‘NASCAR’s Super Bowl’, it’s more like baseball’s Opening Day if anyone else, merely the first of 36 Cup races on the schedule. If the NFL were truly like NASCAR, they would let all 32 teams on the field at once, with the game somehow ending with the Oakland Raiders winning.

43 drivers take the green flag, and the majority of the field has a chance to win if the cards play out right.

Daytona 500 Recap: Matt Kenseth Wins In The Midst Of Nighttime NASCAR Craziness

The thrill of victory…and the agony of defeat. No other sport so brilliantly captures the roller coaster ride of this phrase as well as restrictor plate racing in NASCAR. Last night’s Daytona 500, postponed numerous times due to rain but ultimately won by Matt Kenseth, was a quintessential example.

0.07 Seconds and the Ride of a Lifetime

This past weekend, nine bloggers partook of the once in a lifetime opportunity to race against Matt Kenseth in a NASCAR at the Richard Petty Driving Experience in Las Vegas. Jon Washburn was one of these bloggers, and he has quite the story to tell.

In this case, what happens in Vegas will NOT be staying in Vegas – so help Jon Washburn out!

This weekend, Jon Washburn’s adventure continues. Crown Royal is flying him to Las Vegas for a once in a lifetime opportunity: to race against Matt Kenseth in a real NASCAR at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.