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Motor Racing

Odds on major NASCAR/CART/IRL races available.


  • Results will be graded at the end of the race as posted on If there was an error by in the posting of the results, then the results will be regraded. If changes are subsequently made due to appeals or descisions of Nascar unrelated to the original finishing order (ie. penalties for rules infractions, dangerous driving, etc.) the original results will still be deemed as the official results for grading purposes. Appeals and administrative penalties are not applicable for betting purposes.

Nascar Win Odds

  • You may wager on a driver to win the race at fixed odds. Wagering on the "Field" includes any driver that odds have not been assigned to.

Nascar Match-Ups

  • When wagering on a match-up, both drivers involved must start the race (cross the start/finish line) otherwise the wager is "No Action" or "Push/Cancel" and money is refunded. In a case where the starting driver is replaced during the race with another driver from the same team, the position the new driver finishes in will be awarded to the original driver. This holds for wagering on win odds and/or match-ups.

Nascar Match-Ups (Qualifying)

  • Qualifying match-ups are graded based on qualifying times (not the starting line-up).
  • Qualifying match-ups are deemed action as soon as the driver starts the qualifying lap and the timer begins.
  • If a driver has started the qualifying lap, but does not post a time because of mechanical failure, accident, etc. the wager will still be graded as action.
  • If the driver fails to start the match for any reason, then the wager will be graded as no action, and money refunded.
  • If a driver start a qualifying session, but fails to post a time, then the driver will be deemed to have no time, which is the slowest time possible. If two drivers are matched up against each other, and neither posts a time, the the matchup will be graded as a push/cancel.
  • In the case where two drivers post the exact same time to the thousandth of a second, then the matchup will be graded as a push/cancel. The starting position where Nascar places them in this instance is not revelant for betting purposes.
  • All qualifying matchups are closed at the start of first practice. Any qualifying bets made after the first practice session has begun will be graded as no action, and the bets will be refunded.

Nascar Propositions

  • All Nascar propositions will be graded if the race is run to at least half of the scheduled laps with the exception of "average speed for the race." Average speed will only be paid out if the race is run to the full scheduled number of laps. If the race is halted prior to the scheduled number of laps, then the average speed contest will be graded as no action, and the bets will be refunded.

Las Vegas Rules apply for any rules not mentioned here.

Formula One / 500cc Motorcycles

  • For wagering purposes, the start of the race is defined to be when the first car/bike crosses the start/finish line when the start of the race is officially signified.
  • All bets are on the driver/rider competing in the race.
  • Bets will be settled on the basis of the result as declared on the race day by the controlling authority (podium finish) irrespective of any subsequent undecided protest.
  • In match-up propositions, all drivers involved in the match-up must start (cross the start/finish line) or the wager is deemed "no action," and the wagers refunded.
  • In match-up propositions, if one driver fails to complete the race, the other driver will be declared the winner of the match-up. Where both drivers fail to complete the race, the number of full laps completed will determine the result. If both drivers fail to complete the race on the same lap, the wager is deemed "no action," all the wagers refunded.


Other Events / Notes



  • Payouts are based on the official declared result given by the governing bodies.
  • In the event a match is abandoned or postponed, all bets are void and wagers refunded.
  • In the case of a drawn match, all bets at the moneyline will be void, and money refunded. Bets made at the line will stand.


  • Betting is on an "all-in" basis. (No refunds for non-starters)
  • Payouts are based on the "podium positions."
  • If an event is postponed, and rescheduled to occur within 48 hours of the original start time, all bets will stand. If rescheduled for more than 48 hours later, all single bets will be void and wagers refunded, while affected multiple bets will be recalculated excluding that leg.

Movie Propositions

  • Three day weekend refers to Friday/Saturday/Sunday.
  • Four day weekend refers to Friday/Saturday/Sunday and Holiday Monday.
  • All movies must be shown in at least one thousand (1,000) theatres (USA and Canada) for action. If the movie(s) are not shown in one thousand (1,000) theatres, then the contest will be graded as no action and all money will be refunded.
  • The official results are those of Neilsen Entertainment, and are posted on Monday for a three day weekend, and Tuesday for a four day weekend at


  • "All-In" Betting is a term that means once you place your bet it will stand regardless of whether your team or selection plays or not. This condition will generally apply to "win the competition" or "win the tournament" type events.
  • *All futures are regarded as "all-in" betting - no refunds are given in the case an individual or team withdraws from such event.
  • Unless otherwise specified, events must take place within two weeks of the date specified for the event. If the event is postponed beyond that time for any reason, then the contest will be declared no action and all bets will be refunded.
  • The official result as declared by the sports governing body is used to decide bets on sports not mentioned in this guide.



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