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Best bets for winning the Indy 500 with Caesars Sportsbook

It’s a new era for the Indianapolis 500 presented by gainbridge and Indianapolis Motor Speedway, as Caesars Sportsbook became earlier this month a Oofficial Sports Bsetting Partner of the Indy 500 and IMS.

The partnership also includes the opening of the first-ever exclusive betting lounge in the racing capital of the world, located at Pagoda Plaza for users of the Caesars Sportsbook app. Caesars Sportsbook Lounge will welcome spectators on race day with ahigh n visualization live, free food and drink, Direct entertainment and racing games to accompany branded gifts.

So with the help of odds displayed starting at noon, Saturday, May 28 on the Caesars Sportsbook app, it’s time to To look at some better paris for the 106th edition of “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing,” in the hope that you can share the thrill of victory – by winning Paris! as much as the driver who drinks milk in Victory Lane on Sunday afternoon.

We’I will take a look at some good choices for overall victorytaking into account the possible payment according to the odds at Caesars.

Scott Dixon +400: The Iceman took his fifth Indy 500 pole last Sunday and is so far behind for a victory. It’s almost inconceivable that six-time NTT INDYCAR SERIES champion Dixon’s only win in the “500” was in 2008., when George W. Bush was still living in the White House. Of course, Dixon is the favorite bet to win, but a $10 bet will still return a profit of $40. His bad luck and his close calls – Dixon has finished in the top three Three times since his victory – must end one day, right? This could be the year, and bet on Dixon win pole is a safe and smart game.

Alex Palou +450: Another choice that borders on the obvious. Palou showed the skills of an oval veteran by chasing Helio Castroneves to the finish line last year in only his second Indy 500 start, finishing second to only .4928 of a second. He said he learned a lot from Castroneves’ charge to victory, so if the pupil quickly picks up those lessons, it wouldn’t be the slightest shock to see Palou become the first Spaniard to drink milk at Victory Lane in as the winner of the Indy 500. A $10 bet would return $45 in profit.

Marcus Ericsson+1200: Alright I understand. Ericsson cut his teeth on road circuits, in particular five seasons in Formula 1. But betting on the Swede is a solid value play as he was sneakily fast throughout May in one of Chip Ganassi Racing’s hot rods. Ericsson qualified fifth and second-FASyouis behind teammate Tony Kanaan during Miller Lite Carb Day final practice. I think people are sleeping on Ericsson and his potential to earn his first career oval win in the biggest oval race of them all. A $10 bet on Ericsson would return $120 in profit.

Takuma Sato +1400: I think it’s the second best value game on Sunday, behind only Tony Kanaan at +1600. Sato is a double winner of this race, in 2017 and 2020. He won it with two different teams and could win with a third team, Dale Coyne Racing, on Sunday. He was near the top of the speed charts all month and finished third in the Miller Lite Carb Day workout.. He qualified 10th. What if Sato is near the front on a late restart, his “no attack, no luck” style could net him a third win and net you $140 on a $10 bet.

Tony Kanaan +1600: It looks like the best value bet on the board. TK knows how to race at Indy, as he has 11 top 10 finishes in 20 starts, including his 2013 win. This year can be his best chance to win since that magical day in May nine years ago, as his car has been a rocket ship all month. Kanaan starts sixth, where winners have emerged five times in the history of the race. He was also the fastest racer in Friday’s Miller Lite Carb Day practice, so no one should be surprised if Kanaan enters Victory Lane on Sunday afternoon as the third-oldest winner in race history. . At 47, TK shows no signs of slowing down. And it just might turn your $10 bet into a profit of $160.

Power +1700: Team Penske has won a record 18 Indianapolis 500s, but has been winless since 2019. Power earned his first “500” win the year before for Penske, and he is a very solid value game at those odds. The Penske team had a quiet May, but Power was the best-qualified driver for the team’s three-car lineup, starting 11th. He was sixth fastest in the race at the Miller Lite Carb Day Trials. Power has also shown a new level of consistency and patience in the first five races of the NTT INDYCAR SERIES season, which could benefit him in traffic and while tweaking his car during pit stops to be ready for the final dash to the checkerboard. A $10 bet on Power will cash in a nice profit of $170.

Juan-Pablo Montoya +8000: It’s a longshot, without a doubt. But Montoya has won this race twice, in 2000 and 2015, with two different teams and could become a three-time winner with a third team, Arrow McLaren SP. History is not on JPM’s side either, as he starts 30th. No driver has ever won “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” this far down the peloton. But Montoya said in testing that he was happy with how his car handled in race trim and could regularly sneaks forward in the closing laps. A tan $800 payout for a $10 bet, why not?

Stephane Wilson +50000: The tallest driver on the board also has the longest odds. This is understandable, since he starts 33rd for a team, DragonSpeed/Cusick Motorsports,who just announced his hall earlier this month. Of course, this bet is the race version of a Powerball number. But if Stretch won the most unlikely victory in the 106 editions of the race, same a bet of $1 would win a $500 profit. A dollar and a dream, baby!

Caesars Sportsbook also offers game betting, featuring a variety of drivers in head-to-head matchups based on their finishing positions. Check out the Caesars app for fun games in this market, hoping to add more wins to your day with “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing”.

Don’t forget the fantastic promotion that Caesars offers to new customers of celebration of the 106th Indy 500 race: DDownload the Caesars Sportsbook app and make a first deposit of $20 to receive $106 in free bets, in the same way Admission to Caesars Sportsbook Lounge at Pagoda Plaza. SprinkleDare free bets on your favorite driver(s), and good luck!

Eligible sports fans can To download the Caesars Sportsbook app on iOS or Android andearn tier credits and reward credits with every bet they place redeemable for exclusive perks and member-only rates at all Caesars destinations in the same way unique experiences through Caesars’ portfolio of resorts and partnerships.

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