The Chase is the end of the year competition that separates the men from the boys in the sports gambling and is one of the greatest online sports gambling developments in the history of the sport. With only the top 12 teams qualifying for a competition for the sports gambling trophy it’s an all out scramble to qualify for a coveted spot in the Chase.
With the second half of the NASCAR sports gambling season just beginning there are just eight online sports gambling events left until the Chase -the equivalent of the NASCAR sports gambling playoffs- begin. The Chase itself is a series of ten races where the action is fast and furious and every single one is top sports gambling opportunity.
A normal size crowd competes in this competition yet only the top 12 cars that qualified are eligible to collect Chase points which will determine NASCAR’s online sports gambling champion. So far in the NASCAR sports gambling one driver has dominated the competition.
Kyle Busch has gone from an online sports gambling cast off to super star in just a few short months. No driver has been as dominant in the sports gambling competition and he’s a lock to qualify for the Chase. He’s also the early favorite among online sports gambling analysts to win it all.
But he’ll face plenty of sports gambling competition from the man that took his job at Hendrick Motorsport, NASCAR sports gambling favorite Dale Earnhardt Jr. Although Jr. has won only one race this sports gambling season he and Busch have consistently been the two fastest cars at every race, but Busch has undoubtedly had better equipment and better luck than Junior.
Jeff Burton is also at the top of the sports gambling point list, but does not figure to be as highly favored in the sports gambling as these two drivers once the Chase begins. But the great thing about the Chase sports gambling is that anything can -and does- happen and it should be an exciting finish to the sports gambling season.