NASCAR Cup Series - Betting Odds, Event Details, History and Records

Date: 2024.11.10 (Championship Race)
Contest: Stock Car Racing
Location: Phoenix Raceway, Avondale, Arizona, USA

The NASCAR Cup Series is the premier professional stock car racing series in the U.S. and a leading motorsport competition worldwide.

2023 Winner:

Ryan Michael Blaney, from the United States of America, driving the Ford Mustang Dark Horse for Team Penske, won the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series championship.

Bet on the NASCAR Cup Series events, the top pro stock car racing series in the world.Competition Info:

Starting in 1949 as the Strictly Stock Division, it has undergone various name changes, like the Winston Cup Series and the Sprint Cup, reflecting its title sponsors.

NASCAR Cup Series cars are custom-built to look like regular cars. They have powerful V8 engines with about 750 horsepower, reaching speeds of 200 mph. The annual schedule features around 36 races on different track types, including ovals, speedways, road courses, and a dirt track.

The series uses a points system to decide the champion. Drivers earn points based on their race finishes, extra points for leading laps, and stage wins. The season ends with playoffs where top drivers race for the championship.

Championship Race:

The final race of the season, often referred to as the Championship Race, determines the Cup Series champion. The highest finisher among the four remaining playoff drivers in this race wins the championship.

Betting Information:

Betting on the NASCAR Cup Series can be an exciting way to engage with the sport. Here are some common ways to bet on the races:

Race Winner: This is the most straightforward bet where you pick who you think will win the race.

Podium Finish: Instead of picking the winner, you bet on a driver to finish in the top three.

Head-to-Head: In this type of bet, two drivers are pitted against each other, and you bet on which one will finish higher.

Top 5 or Top 10 Finish: Similar to podium finish bets, but you bet on a driver finishing in the top 5 or top 10.


Famous NASCAR races include the Daytona 500, the Winston 500, the Coca-Cola 600, and the Southern 500, all known for their rich histories and significance. The Cup Series has a strong fan following, with race weekends turning into large festivals.


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