We at SBGGlobal.com want to make our clients more informed in the Sporting world so today we provide them with information other than lines and odds on the 2010 NASCAR Daytona 500 to be held this Sunday., February 14th which is held at the Daytona International Speedway(DIS) in Daytona, Florida. Daytona is on the Atlantic Coast of Florida in the central part of the State. This race has been called “The Great American Race” and/or “The Super Bowl of Nascar.”Regardless, what you want to call the race event, there is no question that the 2010 Daytona 500 is the BIGGEST, and MOST PRESTIGIOUS event of the 2010 NASCAR Spring Cup schedule.
The Daytona race track is a 2.5 mile tri-oval track with 31 degrees of banking on the corners, The High speeds that can be attained on this oval track require the use of restrictor plates (a flat device with holes to limit the amount of air that the engine intakes, thus limiting the horsepower that slows the cars somewhat and permits manageable speeds.
Historically, the Daytona 500 Odds has had some fantastic race moments, from great competitions to great finishes on the track. The qualifying for the Daytona Nascar 500 is unique in that it sets the lineup this year 2010 and is different than all other races on the Nascar Sprint Cup Betting Schedule in the sense that the drivers compete in standard time trials, and then also compete in two races to set the starting lineup. The Sunday before the race, in this case last Sunday the drivers get two laps alone on the track to post the best speed. The top drivers and speeds from this session are locked in and will start the Nascar Daytona from the front row, this year being Mark Martin in the No, 1 spot and Dale Earnhardt, Jr. in the second spot. Then on Thursday before the race on Sunday the Gatorade #1 and # 2 races are lined up based on last weekend’s qualifying speeds. The two 150 mile races will determine the starting lineup for the NASCAR Daytona 500. Then we have guaranteed starter which are the top 35 in car owner points whose drivers race for position in the starting lineup, then there are eight places open to other drivers such as the top two(2) drivers in each Gatorade dual that are not already guaranteed a position, then the next three spots go to the fastest three(3) qualifiers based on the single-car time trials of last Sunday, and the final spot is guaranteed for a previous Spring Cup Champion who was unable to qualify in any other way.
It’s a very complex process but has proven to be a great part of what makes the NASCAR Daytona 500 such a special event each year in Central Atlantic Coast of Florida, and now we at SBGGlobal.com ask that you take a look and our Daytona 500 Odds to Win and the odds for the NASCAR 2010 Sprint Cup Championship, the same odds for SBGGlobal that you can see on ESPN, YAHOO, USA Today, MSNBC, AOL and FOX Sports.