The NASCAR SPRING CUP SERIES RACE this weekend moves to Atlanta, Georgia and if you feel the need for speed, Atlanta Motor Speedway is where you need to be. Qualifying speed at this track have been flirting with speeds of 200 mph in most recent years. It’s a race track where drivers say they put the pedal to the metal and hold their breath all the way around the track. That may be the same way some of the fanatic fans who look for NASCAR betting and betting odds on this 500 mile race.
The first race of the season at Atlanta is the fourth Sprint Cup race of the season and is the Kobal Tools 500 on March 7th. This particular race has produced some of the closest finishes on the sprint Cup circuit over the years. This year another photo finish could be in the making and the would be especially interesting for those who like Nascar betting and odds and have wagered on their favorite drivers. The Drivers return to this 1.54 mile track at the end of the season., with the Labor Day Classic 500 on September 05, 2010, the 25th of the 36 Sprint Cup Races.
Atlanta is a Quad-Oval, giving fans the maximum viewing experience one can have at a Nascar track. The track’s location in the center of the Southeast and just south of one of America’s fastest growing cities, makes it especially an attractive destination for race fans to a sport that has seen tremendous growth over the last few years and for those fanatic fans who are looking for Nascar betting lines or matchups visit SBGGlobal.com and remember that they also have a mobile betting platform where you can place wagers on the race events from your cell phone while you are actually at the track watching the racing events.
Will the fans show up? This is the first NASCAR race this season that isn’t competing against the Winter Olympics, and while ice dancing and bump-drafting may not attract the same crowds, there are casual viewers out there to be had. How will the ratings look this week versus the last couple weeks – and compared to last year – especially with Jimmie Johnson already putting on another domination clinic? And in Atlanta itself, which is the unfortunate leading contender to lose a date to Kentucky next year, will fans rally, or will there be empty seats? Grandstand-watching will be the order of the day for NASCAR on Sunday.
Kurt Busch is the defending race winner. Kobalt Tools 500-Jeff Gordon dominated at Las Vegas, but didn’t win. Will he rebound this weekend in Atlanta? Who, if anyone, will get in front of the Jimmie Johnson runaway train? It’s really that simple. If your interested in the Nascar betting lines and the betting matchups some of the runners are picking either Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson or Kevin Harvick, and other drivers who are expected to run well in this race are Denny Hamlin, Kasey Kahne, Martin Truex Jr. and Kyle Busch. And Perhaps the most compelling thing to watch at Atlanta this weekend won’t be on the track, but in the seats, another poor turnout at AMS could spell doom for the track’s double date. So get your seats early, then give a try at making a Nascar bet by connecting on your cell phone at http://www.sbgglobal.com/mobile-phone-betting on the betting lines or matchups!