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You might only watch NASCAR for the crashes, but there`s some good betting value out there too.
I like motor racing, and in North America that pretty much means NASCAR. Formula One is on at inconvenient times, and barely rates media coverage outside of Speed channel. Them's the breaks I suppose. Still, NASCAR works well enough as background noise, and the inevitable crashes are fun to watch (unless you've got money riding on one or more of the drivers who were nearby when the pinball started).

NASCAR is apparantly the number two spectator sport in the USA right now (in most of the major stats like TV audience, crowd attendance, and all that sort of stuff). Not surprisingly, there's a good sized betting interest out there too.

Like most multi-participant sports, NASCAR offers both outright winner, and head to head wagers.

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