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Each-Way Betting on the 2019 IndyCar Series Driver Championship

Each-Way Betting on the 2019 IndyCar Series Driver Championship 1

For those of you that are interested in betting on just which driver is going to be crowned the champion in 2019 in the IndyCar series, you need to get yourself over to the Coral betting site, as by doing so you will find a futures betting market that is bound to be right up your street.

There are of course plenty of drivers to pick and choose from to place a bet on, however looking at the current state of the betting, there are only two drivers that punters are currently backing, and that will be reflected in their outright winner odds of course.

As for just whom those two drivers are, well the first one is Josef Newgarden who certainly has plenty of track skill, and if you want to back that current favourite to win then you will find odds of 6/4 are currently being touted on him doing just that.

The other drivers that is also attracting plenty of support on the futures betting markets for the 2019 IndyCar Series Driver Championship is Scott Dixon and it is a toss-up whether it will be him or Newgarden that will be crowned champion this year, and for reference his odds are 13/8.

Could an Outsider Come Out on Top?

Before I take a look at some of the outsiders that may just win the title race, but many of them will of course need all the luck in the world if they are to do so, I will just pass onto you one other fancied driver that could be something of a dark horse.

That driver is Alexander Rossi, and whilst some drivers have backed him to win the title race, many punters have simply overlooked him, and at 4/1 he does look a bit of a standout bet.

The Rank Outsiders

Simon Pagenaud and Will Power are currently being touted at odds of 12/1 to win that championship title this year, and whilst the chances of either of them doing so are slim, you never know what could happen in the rest of the season.

Takuma Sato is chalked up and is being offered at plenty of betting site at odds of 14/1 and with 25/1 odds attached to the likes of Graham Rahal, James Hinchcliffe and Ryan Hunter-reay it’s fair to say all three of them face a stiff task this racing season.

Sebastian Bourdais is one of the many outsiders being offered generally at odds of around the 33/1 mark, next in the betting are a couple of 50/1 outsiders those being Colton Herta and Felix Rosenqvist, and you then have Marco Andretti who is 66/1.

Three drivers that are very easy to knock of your list of drivers that could win the title this season are Ed Jones at 150/1, Marcus Ericsson at 200/1 and Zach Veach who is up against it to say the least at odds of 250/1.