A Bet On The 2021 Supercars Championship Is Now Accessible
Posted: January 27, 2021
Updated: January 28, 2021
The Internet Widens The Audience For Australian Touring Cars
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Shane Van Gisbergen Championship Favorite After NZGP Win
Many consider that Touring Car racing has had its day. They often cite falling crowd numbers to back up this assertion. This ignores that technology has allowed a widening of the audience at home far beyond mere TV coverage. People worldwide can now watch along and bet on the 2021 Supercars Championship at Bet365. They may not be subject to Australian gambling laws but they enjoy the racing every bit as much as Aussies. Probably because the racing is so good.
Just a few years ago it would be impossible. Oh sure, you could bet on motorsports in other countries right enough. If you knew the right bookie. However, keeping up with what went on was more difficult. You’d get results and summaries. Often more opinion than reality. Hardly the sort of thing one would use as a basis for subsequent wagers. But times have changed. Now you can bet on the 2021 Supercars Championship in Australia and watch along live on the internet.
Fans around the world now regularly tune in to watch touring car races from around the globe. They bet on the 2021 Supercars Championship as easily and as comfortably as they would a local football derby. Placing a bet on sports in Australia is no different from placing one anywhere else at Bet365. Especially when you can see what’s going on and make your own judgments. The internet superhighway allows us all that facility. Which is, in of itself, the cause of other issues.
Audience Habits Shift Viewing Figure
Both television audiences and race attendances have fallen. This is unarguable. However rather than look at the causes of this shift, the bean-counters just blame the internet. But this wasn’t a kidnapping. People simply don’t want to travel to watch a race they get a better view of at home. You know, home, where they’ve got air conditioning, can drink what they want and get some of the best sports commentary ever. They even get to bet on the 2021 Supercars Championship online.
2021 Supercar Championship Odds
- Anyone Else – 50/1+
- Jack Le Brocq – 40/1
- James Courtney – 33/1
- Chaz Mostert – 20/1
- Anton De Pasquale – 13/2
- Cameron Waters – 9/2
- Will Davison – 9/2
- Jamie Whincup – 7/2
- Shane Van Gisbergen – 7/4
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Unfortunately, sports are not apt to change fast to meet new audience demands. Everyone bet on F1 changing. It hasn’t. Sports organizers dislike change because it threatens their positions of power and the money they’ve been making from them. They don’t care if more people watch and bet on the 2021 Supercars Championship if it doesn’t put cash in their pockets. Online betting sites in Australia might be doing well from this expanded audience, but they’re not. So they hate it.
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This is a shame because they have no choice. They have to adapt or perish. Those who bet on the 2021 Supercars Championship, however, won’t worry about that. They’ve got a great season of racing ahead of them as once again Ford takes on Holden. It couldn’t get more Aussie. With 12 great races already on the schedule, there’s something for everyone. Sprints, overnights, endurance, the full works. But should you bet on Shane Van Gisbergen or Jamie Whincup?
“I had to rough up a few guys”
- Shane Van Gisbergen – On winning the NZGP
Okay, so there are other drivers in it to win it, but these two are the favorites. Online sportsbook sites in Australia give Shane just 7/4 to win the season. Whincup gets 7/2. That’s how close the racing is in this series. It’s why people like it. Of course, Shane is the better bet on the 2021 Supercars Championship. He won the prestigious New Zealand Grand Prix just last weekend. Impressively, too. So he goes into this season with a great psychological advantage of his rivals and is well worth a wager.
We take a look at why a bet on the 2021 Supercars Championship in Australia is no longer such a discombobulated affair for those overseas.