Bets are considered official on the winner and head-to-head matchups once the entire race is officially completed.
If a driver withdraws from the race before it begins, all bets on that driver will have no action.
If a driver begins the race but then withdraws after the starting gun, bets on that driver will have action.
If a postponed race takes place within 120 hours of the scheduled starting time, all bets have action, and should the race remain postponed for longer than 120 hours, all bets will have no action.
Head to Head racing matchups
On a head-to-head matchup, both drivers must start for the bets to have action.
Bets on Formula One (F1), Motor, and Auto races are decided based on the podium positions on the day prizes are announced for the particular event, and any change in position after this time is not considered for settling purposes.
In a head-to-head matchup, if both drivers fail to finish the race, the driver who completes the most laps will be deemed the winner, and if both drivers complete the same number of laps, the respective head-to-head bet is deemed no action and stakes will be returned.
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.
The driver must start for action.
- (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 a postponed race takes place within 72 hours of the scheduled start time all bets have action.
Motor Racing and Nascar Match-ups
Both drivers must start for action.
Jeff Gordon -140 or risk $140 to win $100 Vs. Dale Earnhardt +120 or risk $100 USD to win $120 USD
Formula One Betting
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.
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.
Both drivers must start the race for action.
The formation lap is not considered part of the race for wagering purposes.