Indy 500 odds 2009 Indianapolis 500 Odds: This Sunday afternoon, May 24th beginning at Noon, the 93rd edition of the 2009 Indianapolis 500 takes place. This year’s race promises to be a very tight one, as the best drivers burn rubber at the world famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Year in and year out, Indianapolis 500 Odds makers at Bodog.com post the absolute best Sports Odds and 2009 is no different. According to Indianapolis 500 Odds experts, Helio Castroneves [7/2] is the Sports Odds favorite to win the 2009 Indianapolis 500.
No matter where she stands in the Sports Odds to win the 2009 Indianapolis 500, Danica Patrick [11/1] always seems to be in the middle of things.
In the days leading up to the biggest race of the season, Patrick is once again, back in the spotlight. This time, it involves NASCAR, as everyone wants to know, when is Danica planning to make the jump.
The relentless debate has grabbed the attention of NASCAR’s Sprint Cup champion three years running, Jimmie Johnson, who has something to say to Ms. Patrick.
“If she’s serious about doing it, she needs to spend a year or two, while racing IRL, running ARCA, running trucks, running Nationwide and really understanding the difference in the vehicles,” Johnson said. “Otherwise, she’s going to be put in a tough situation. … You can’t just show up in the Cup Series and go.”
Here are other names and Sports Odds to win the 2009 Indianapolis 500 Odds:
AJ Foyt IV 145/1 Alex Lloyd 125/1 Alex Tagliani 55/1 Dan Wheldon 17/1 Dario Franchitti 6/1 Davey Hamilton 190/1 Ed Carpenter 75/1 EJ Viso 125/1 Graham Rahal 16/1 Hideki Mutoh 33/1 John Andretti 125/1 Justin Wilson 70/1 Marco Andretti 14/1 Mario Moraes 30/1 Mike Conway 275/1 Milka Duno 275/1 Paul Tracy 20/1 Raphael Matos 140/1 Robert Doornbos 55/1 Ryan Briscoe 5/1 Ryan Hunter-Reay 100/1 Sarah Fisher 250/1 Scott Dixon 4/1 Scott Sharp 50/1 Tony Kanaan 8/1 Vitor Meira 28/1 Will Power 22/1
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