Welcome to the 2023 NASCAR Races! Races have become a Sunday tradition in American sports culture. NASCAR gained rapid popularity from the late 1970’s through the 1990’s with big names such as Richard Petty a.k.a “The King” and Dale Earnhardt, a.k.a “The Intimidator.”

The NASCAR schedule is replete with exciting races, spanning iconic venues such as Daytona and Homestead-Miami, and featuring some of the most talented drivers in the world.

With a NASCAR updated calendar, the 2023 season is set to bring even more excitement, as new tracks and drivers join the already impressive lineup. Whether you are a seasoned NASCAR enthusiast or a newcomer to the sport, you will find something to captivate you in this year’s races.

We invite you to buckle up, prepare to be wowed, and get ready to experience an unforgettable journey as we rev up the engines and embark on the 2023 NASCAR Races. 

We look forward to welcoming you trackside!

Sunday, Feb 5th
8:00 pm ET
Bush Light Clash at The ColiseumLos Angeles Memorial ColiseumMartin Truex Jr.
Thursday, Feb 16th
7:00 pm ET
Bluegreen Vacations Duel 1 at DAYTONADaytona International SpeedwayJoey Logano
Thursday, Feb 16th
7:00 pm ET
Bluegreen Vacations Duel 2 at DAYTONADaytona International SpeedwayAric Almirola
Sunday, Feb 19th
2:30 pm ET
Daytona 500Daytona International SpeedwayRick Stenhouse Jr.
Sunday, Feb 26th
3:30 pm ET
Pala Casino 400AutoClub SpeedwayTB
Sunday, Mar 5th
3:30 pm ET
Pennzoil 400 presented by Jiffy LubeLas Vegas Motor SpeedwayTB
Sunday, Mar 12th
3:30 pm ET
United Rentals Work United 500Phoenix RacewayTB
Sunday, Mar 19th
3:30 pm ET
Ambetter Health 400Atlanta Motor SpeedwayTB
Sunday, Mar 19th
3:30 pm ET
EchoPark Automotive Grand PrixCircuit of The AmericasTB
Sunday, Ap 2nd
3:30 pm ET
Toyota Owners 400Richmond RacewayTB
Sunday, Ap 9th
7:00 pm ET
Food City Dirt RaceBristol MotorSpeedway DirtTB
Sunday, Ap 16th
3:00 pm ET
NASCAR Cup Series Race at MartinsvilleMartinsville SpeedwayTB
Sunday, Ap 23th
3:00 pm ET
Geico 500Talladega SuperseedwayTB
Sunday, Ap 30th
2:00 pm ET
NASCAR Cup Series Race at DoverDover Motor SpeedwayTB
Sunday, May 7th
3:00 pm ET
AdventHealth 400Kansas SpeedwayTB
Sunday, May 14th
3:00 pm ET
Goodyear 400Darlington RacewayTB
Sunday, May 21st
5:00 pm ET
NASCAR All-Star OpenNorth Wilkesboro SpeedwayTB
Sunday, May 21st
8:00 pm ET
NASCAR All-Star RaceNorth Wilkesboro SpeedwayTB
Sunday, May 28th
8:00 pm ET
Coca-Cola 600Charlotte Motor SpeedwayTB
Sunday, June 4th
3:30 pm ET
Enjoy Illinois 300 presented by TicketSmarterWorld Wide Technology RacewayTB
Sunday, June 11th
3:30 pm ET
Toyota / Save Mart 350Sonoma RacewayTB
Sunday, June 25th
7:00 pm ET
Ally 400Nashville SuperspeedwayTB
Sunday, July 2nd
5:30 pm ET
NASCAR Cup Series Race at ChicagoChicago Street CourseTB
Sunday, July 9th
7:00 pm ET
Quaker State 400 Presented by WalmartAtlanta Motor SpeedwayTB
Sunday, July 16th
2:30 pm ET
Crayon 301New Hampshire Motor SpreedwayTB
Sunday, July 23th
2:30 pm ET
M&M’s Fan Appreciation 400Pocono RacewayTB
Sunday, July 30th
2:30 pm ET
NASCAR Cup Series Race at RichmondRichmond RacewayTB
Sunday, Aug 6th
2:30 pm ET
FireKeepers Casino 400Michigan International SpeedwayTB
Sunday, Aug 13th
2:30 pm ET
Verizon 200 at the BrickyardIndianapolis Motor Speedway Road CourseTB
Sunday, Aug 20th
3:00 pm ET
Go Bowling at The GlenWatkins Glen InternationalTB
Sunday, Aug 26th
7:00 pm ET
Coke Zero Sugar 400Daytona International SpeedwayTB


NASCAR Races Odds & Betting Strategies

How To Bet on a Nascar Race?

Outright Betting:

There are plenty of different ways you can bet on a NASCAR race. The first of which is outright betting. You can pick one or multiple drivers to win that given race outright and take the checkered flag.

Since there are typically upwards of 40 cars in the field, picking the outright winner is no easy task. Because of that, even the heavy favorite for a given race will still have around +500 or better NASCAR odds, so you can afford to take multiple drivers. If any of them win, it will likely cover the losses of the other outright bets you took and will still make profit.

NASCAR Prop Betting:

If selecting an outright winner seems too daunting, bettors can choose to go for multiple types of prop bets. A popular choice has been selecting a driver to finish in the top five or top 10 of a race. You won’t get nearly the value as picking them outright, but it can be profitable if you know which drivers perform well at certain tracks.

NASCAR Winning Manufacturer:

You can also bet on the winning manufacturer. There’s only three types of cars that race in the Cup Series; Chevrolet, Toyota and Ford.

While it may seem like a crap shoot, different cars have fared better than others on different types of tracks. Toyota’s have historically done well on the 1.5-mile tracks, while Chevrolets and Fords have found their success on the longer tracks; the Superspeedways.

How To Bet on a Driver?

NASCAR Ranking

When choosing the driver you want to wager on, there’s multiple factors to take into account, one of which is the Cup Series Standings. Basically serving as a set of NASCAR power rankings, it tells you who has the most wins, while also showing who has been the most consistent in terms of top-10 finishes and top-five finishes.

Matchup Bets

We’ve gone over outrights and placement bets, but there’s also matchup bets. These types of bets are closer to typical money lines you might see, as they’re closer to the standard -110 juice than any of the other highlighted bets. In a matchup bet, you’re simply betting on one driver to finish better than a single other driver. While these bets don’t have the glamorous payouts as an outright bet, betting driver matchups can still be very profitable.

NASCAR Races Betting Tips

Look at how the NASCAR driver has performed in recent races. Have they been consistent, or have they been struggling to finish races? This can be an important factor in determining a driver’s chances of winning.

Different tracks have different characteristics, such as banking, surface type, and length. Some drivers may perform better on certain types of tracks, so it’s important to consider the track layout when placing a bet.

Weather conditions can have a big impact on the outcome of a race. Rain, wind, and extreme heat can all affect how the cars handle, and may favor certain drivers over others.

Finally, be sure to consider the odds when placing a bet. The odds reflect the probability of a driver winning the race, and can help you determine the potential payout of your bet. However, it’s important not to solely rely on odds and to consider the other factors mentioned above as well.

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