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Latest Odds on the 2019 IndyCar Series Driver Championship

It is of course going to be quite some time until we know just which driver has been crowned the champion driver of the IndyCar Series of 2019, but there is nothing stopping you placing any number of bets on the driver that you think will win that crown.

However, if you are an avid fan of that sport then you will probably be more of the mindset that it will be one of the two current favourites that have the best chance of being crowned the champion driver this year, for both of them have had some excellent form behind them recently.

As for just which those two drivers are, well it isn’t going to surprise you to leaner that Josef Newgarden is the current favourite to be crowned the champion driver in the 2019 racing season, and his odds certainly do reflect his chances of winning the title, and those odds are 6/4.

Scott Dixon however is another bang in form driver, and if for any reason Newgarden doesn’t go on to win the title this year then it’s a very fair bet that Dixon will go on to do so, and his odds are still quite high to be honest and those odds at the Coral betting site for reference are 13/8.

Don’t Overlook the Chances of Alexander Rossi

Alexander Rossi is one driver that wouldn’t need to much luck moving forward in the season for him to play a major part, and if you are of the mind he does have a very good chance of winning the driver championship title then back him right now whilst his odds are still around the 4/1 mark.

Simon Pagenaud and Will Power are on offer at odds of 12/1, but you will be taking your chances if you do decide to back either of them and the same can be said of Takuma Sato who is a 14/1 shot.

All Other Drivers Title Odds

The odds do tell their own story on each of the other drivers that you are going to find listed on the betting market for the IndyCar Series Drivers Championship, and with odds as large as 25/1 on offer on the likes of Graham Rahal, James Hinchcliffe and Ryan Hunter-reay it is hard to see any of them winning.

The same can of course also be said for Sebastian Bourdais who is fairly friendless in the betting markets at 33/1 and then the odds jump even higher on the likes of Colton Herta and Felix Rosenqvist whose odds are 50/1.

Marco Andretti us on offer at odds of 66/1, Ed Jones is available at three-digit odds of 150/1 and if you want to back drivers such as Marcus Ericsson or Zach Veach you can get odds of 200/1 and 250/1 respectively on both of them!