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Auto Racing Betting Indy Car Schedule at Sports Gambling

Auto racing betting on the Indy Car Series involves a number of different race tracks in addition to various Indy Car betting options.

Auto racing betting for Indy Cars in 2008 starts in Miami and concludes in Chicago. The schedule involves races on superspeedways, short ovals, road courses and temporary street circuits.  The Indy Car Series is the premier open-wheel series in the United States and provides excellent Indy Car betting action.

Auto racing betting for Indy Cars in 2008 will have 15 races in the U.S. and one in Japan. All of the races will be televised for fans that want to get involved in Indy Car betting. Auto racing betting on Indy Cars involves a number of top drivers including Scott Dixon and Tony Kanaan.

Auto racing betting in the Indy Car Series also has odds on the overrated Danica Patrick.  Auto racing betting on the Indy Car series begins in Miami in late March and continues in April with the Streets of St. Petersburg race, the Twin Ring Motegi and the race from the Kansas Speedway.

The series then takes a week off before the biggest auto racing betting event in Indy Car, the Indianapolis 500 on May 25th. June brings auto racing betting gamblers races from Milwaukee, Texas, Iowa and Richmond. July has auto racing betting action from Nashville and Ohio.

August has three great Indy Car betting races at the Kentucky Speedway, Infineon Raceway and the Raceway at Belle Isle Park. The finale is on September 7th at the Chicagoland Speedway for gamblers that love auto racing betting.

Here is a look at the full Indy Car Series Auto Racing Betting Schedule:

29-MarHomestead-Miami Speedway, 1.5-mile oval (Night)
6-AprStreets of St. Petersburg, 1.8-mile street course
19-AprTwin Ring Motegi, 1.5-mile oval
27-AprKansas Speedway, 1.5-mile oval
25-MayIndianapolis Motor Speedway, 2.5-mile oval
1-JunThe Milwaukee Mile, 1-mile oval
7-JunTexas Motor Speedway, 1.5-mile oval (Night)
22-JunIowa Speedway, .875-mile oval
28-JunRichmond International Raceway, .75-mile oval (Night)
6-JulWatkins Glen International, 3.37-mile road course
12-JulNashville Superspeedway, 1.33-mile oval (Night)
20-JulMid-Ohio Sports Car Course, 2.258-mile road course
Aug. 9Kentucky Speedway, 1.5-mile oval (Night)
Aug. 24Infineon Raceway, 2.4-mile road course
Aug. 31The Raceway at Belle Isle Park, 2.096-mile street course
Sept. 7Chicagoland Speedway, 1.5-mile oval