NASCAR: Pep Boys 500 Qualifying Matchups
Race-day: September 5th 2009
Which driver is going to win the pole for the Pep Boys 500? Which drivers are going to start in the first few rows?
The BetUS online sportsbook is offering Nascar wagering on this Saturday’s qualifying matchups for the Pep Boys 500.
Let’s take a look at some of the more interesting matchups.
NASCAR Betting Props: Pep Boys 500 Qualifying Matchups
- Mark Martin -140 vs. Jimmie Johnson +110 - - Martin won the pole the last time drivers took to the Atlanta Motor Speedway but Johnson wasn’t that far behind as he started in 7 th. I believe Martin probably will win the pole again, but I’m not willing to put up an extra 40 bucks to find out. I can decrease my investment and bet on Johnson and feel good doing it because Jimmie does have a chance to win this matchup. Pick: Jimmie Johnson
- Kurt Busch -125 vs. Juan Pablo Montoya -105 - - Kurt started 2 nd and Juan Pablo started 4th the last time drivers hit Atlanta. I see things switching up some this Saturday with Juan Pablo starting ahead of Busch because I just feel that Juan Pablo and his crew are a bit more on point right now than Busch and his crew. I’m going with Montoya. Pick: Juan Pablo Montoya
- Brian Vickers -160 vs. Jeff Gordon +130 - - Gordon demands a wager in this matchup. Yes, Vickers has been much better in qualifying rounds in 2009 than Gordon, but in Atlanta, Jeff beat Brian in qualifying by starting 16 th to Brian’s 17 th place start. The odds are too good on Gordon to not bet that it won’t happen again. Pick: Jeff Gordon
- Tony Stewart -120 vs. Dale Earnhardt Jr. -110 - - Stewart started 11 th in Atlanta in March. Jr. started 20 th. Tony is number one in the Sprint Cup Standings. Dale is the fourth best driver on his team. Who do you think should get the money in this matchup? Pick: Tony Stewart
- Kyle Busch -140 vs. Greg Biffle +110 - - Biffle did start ahead of Busch the last time NASCAR was at the Atlanta Motor Speedway, but gamblers shouldn’t kid themselves. Busch is on a mission and that means getting a good starting position. I see Busch possibly winning the pole on Saturday. So, betting him to beat Biffle in this matchup is not a problem. Pick: Kyle Busch