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Motor Racing Betting Rules

Motor Racing Betting Rules

POSTPONEMENTS: If a race or qualifier is canceled or postponed for any reason, all wagers will remain valid for 48 hours. If the postponement lasts more than 48 hours, all wagers will be canceled and all wagers on the event/driver will be refunded.

Motor Racing and NASCAR Betting General Rules

There are two main ways to bet on NASCAR and other motor racing events. Either on the out-right winner of the race or on the winner of a predetermined matchup.

Betting on the field means all drivers that are not listed on the win-outright prices.


(Straight Wager): Jeff Gordon 1/1 or 100 to win 100
Dale Jarrett 2/1 or 100 to win 200
Mark Martin 2/1 or 100 to win 200
Mark Skinner 5/2 or 100 to win 250
Dale Earnhardt 7/5 or 100 to win 140

If an alternate driver replaces a driver during the race, then the new driver will replace the old driver in all matchups and props.

Some driver vs. driver match ups may have a handicap. Example ( If Kyle Bush is -2.5 positions against another driver that means Kyle Bush must win that match up by 3 positions or more from where they finish at the race’s conclusion.)

When offering live betting on Nascar matchups, those matchups will be for the entire race.

Rain Shortened Races: In the event weather stops the running of a race and cannot restart, the race is considered complete as long as at least half of the scheduled laps have been completed. If the race has not reached the halfway point, it will be postponed to a later date. Additionally, in the event rain washes out qualifying, NASCAR does not postpone qualifying. Instead, drivers will line up by points or practice results as outlined in the rule book. Therefore all qualifying bets will be canceled and returned.

Formula One Betting General Rules

Bets on Formula One (F1), Motor and Auto races are decided on the podium position of the day of the prize-giving for the particular event, any changes in position after this time is not considered for settling purposes.

If two drivers abandon the race after completing the same number of laps, the respective head to head is deemed void, otherwise, the driver who completes the most laps will be deemed the winner if both drivers fail to finish the race.

Betting on the field means all drivers that are not listed on the win-outright prices.

  • To win the race: 60% of the starting field must start the race for action.

    Top 3 (podium) finishes: 80% of the starting field must start for action.

    Drivers Matchups: Both drivers must start the race for action.

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