The IndyCar Series is one that some punters can never get enough of, and throughout the racing season they will be placing plenty of bets on the drivers they think are going to win each individual race, and it isn’t always the favourites that go on to win each race, so some big odds could be secured and paid out on when placing a bet on some of the outsiders.
There is one betting market however that I have just spotted over at the Coral betting site that is going to task you with having to select just which drive you think is going to be crowned the champion driver of the IndyCar Series 2019.
It is going to be your decision to make as to whether you do fancy having something of a long-term bet on that betting market, but there are two drivers that do currently stand out as very reasonable bets at this early stage of the betting.
Those drivers are Josef Newgarden, who is going to take all the beating in my opinion this season, however Coral still have him chalked up at some high odds, those odds being 6/4, and the second favourite to win isn’t too far behind him regarding his win odds for that second favourite is Scott Dixon who is a 13/8 shot currently to win the champion title.
What Odds Alexander Rossi Could Win the Title?
The two drivers listed up above do look like they have the title championship race between them and both of them will of course be battling hard to win it, however there is still the chance another driver could pip them to the post so to speak.
One driver that could be worth having a small speculative punt on it Alexander Rossi, and by doing just that you will be rewarded with odds of 4/1. Some other drivers to consider but there are risk associated with you going so are Simon Pagenaud and Will Power at 12/1 along with Takuma Sato who is a 14/1 shot.
You will spot the odds getting much higher in value on all of the other drivers, and as such with odds of 25/1 about Graham Rahal, James Hinchcliffe and Ryan Hunter-reay I think its fair to forget about backing them as the chances of them winning the title are low.
You will be unlikely to see a winning pay-out if you back the likes of Sebastian Bourdais at 33/1 or both Colton Herta and Felix Rosenqvist at 50/1m nor will you be expected to win if you back Marco Andretti at 66/1 either!
Ed Jones is on offer at huge odds, in fact those odds are now as high as 150/1 at some bookies sites, and you can back Marcus Ericsson at 200/1 and Zach Veach at 250/1 but not many punters will be doing, that’s for sure!