|Las Vegas race is so awesome just because it's Vegas|
Visiting fans don't mess around on the cheap when they come to town, either. They come fully loaded with pockets full of cash ready to take their NASCAR party experience to a new plateau. Last season, the Las Vegas NASCAR weekend generated $144 million in non-gaming revenue to the city.
As for actual gaming, they do plenty of that also. The bulk of the action comes on table games and slots, but more action is written for the Vegas Cup race than for any other on the season. The books treat it -- not the Daytona 500 -- as the Super Bowl of NASCAR. They go full throttle with a variety of betting propositions, similar to what they just did five weeks ago for the NFL's biggest game.
Despite all the props available, the overwhelming popular choice among most race fans is still the good old meat-and-potatoes of just picking a driver to win the race. So let's take a look at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook's odds posted on Monday. Of course, we'll share the props with you as well.
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Advice: The best betting strategy before final practices Saturday is to keep what transpired at last week at Atlanta, Las Vegas' sister track, close at hand while mixing in some history
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