The ante post betting markets are now live on the 2019 IndyCar Series Driver Championship at several betting sites, and one that is often famed for offering the very highest odds on such events is Coral, whose odds I will be quoting below.
If you do have a passion for the sports of IndyCar racing, and you fancy having a bet on the driver that you think is going to be crowned the champion this season then you should be getting a move on regarding doing so for there are some value bets still available, which may not be around for very much longer.
There are however two drivers that are heading all betting markets, and the first one is Josef Newgarden who looks a decent bet considering his current form to be crowned the champion driver this season, and his odds over at Coral of doing so are 6/4.
He does however face some very stiff competition this season, for with the likes of Scott Dixon the current second favourite it would be a surprise if Dixon did go on to win the drivers’ championship this season, and if you think that is something that he will do his odds are 13/8.
Could Alexander Rossi Win the Title?
Moving onto the only other driver that has anything of a reasonable chance of winning the title this season, that driver is of course Alexander Rossim and looking at his current win odds of around the 4/1 mark there must be a few punters out there that have backed him to win the title this year.
The odds then jump into double figures on all other drivers, and as such those I am about to mention have a much smaller chance of winning the title, and two that spring to mind that are next in the betting are Simon Pagenaud and Will Power and you can back either of them at odds of 12/1.
The Rest of the Drivers
You are probably going to have to be a friend of family member of any of the following drivers for you to get the urge to back any of them to win for there is only a very tiny chance any of them will go on to win the title this season.
Next in the betting at odds of 14/1 is Takuma Sato, followed by three 25/1 slots those drivers being Graham Rahal, James Hinchcliffe and Ryan Hunter-reay. There is then one current 33/1 shot and that is Sebastian Bourdais who I doubt is going to worry any of the drivers named up above.
The rest of the drivers and their respective odds include the two current 50/1 shots, those being Colton Herta and Felix Rosenqvist, and Marco Andretti who is very easy to back at odds of 66/1 and then you have the rank outsiders, those being drivers like Ed Jones at 150/1, Marcus Ericsson at 200/1 and Zach Veach who is on offer at massive win odds of 250/1.