2023 IndyCar Betting Preview Calendar Rundown for Next Season

2023 IndyCar Betting Preview: Calendar Rundown for Next Season

There is nothing better than winning a championship, but it’s a high that only lasts so long, as there is always another season and a fresh challenge right around the corner. Will Power was recently crowned as the IndyCar champion for the 2022 season, but you can bet that he will now be looking ahead, especially now that the schedule for the 2023 season has been released. All in all, we will have 17 races, with the first one coming in March and the final race of the year set for September. There is still some time before the season begins, but it’s always fun to look ahead. Let’s break down each of the 17 races on the schedule, while also looking at the previous winners, which might help you get started on figuring out who to bet on their IndyCar Odds for next season.

17 Race NTT INDYCAR SERIES Schedule Betting Rundown

Streets of St. Petersburg – March 5

It’s off to Florida for the first race of the season, with every driver looking to get out to a fast start. Scott McLaughlin won this race in 2022, with Colton Herta and Josef Newgarden winning in the years prior.

Texas Motor Speedway – April 2

Josef Newgarden won this race in 2022, with Pato O’Ward and Scott Dixon splitting the 2 races in the 2021 season

Streets of Long Beach – April 16

Another street race and another won by Josef Newgarden last season. Colton Herta won it in 2021, with no race there in 2020.

Barber Motorsports Park – April 30

Another one that was not on the schedule in 2020. It was Pato O’Ward and Alex Palou who were the previous winners.

Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course – May 13

There were a pair of races held on the iconic road course last season, with Alexander Rossi and Colton Herta emerging victorious.

Indianapolis 500 – May 28

This is the crown jewel of the IndyCar season. The last 3 winners were Marcus Ericsson, Helio Castroneves, and Takuma Sato.

Streets of Detroit – June 4

Fans love the street races, and this will be the first trip back to Detroit since the 1991 season.

Road America – June 18

We are starting to see a trend here when it comes to winners, with Josef Newgarden winning this race last year, and Alex Palou the year prior.

Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course – July 2

The midway point of the season. This race was won by Scott McLaughlin last season, with Newgarden winning it in 2021.

Streets of Toronto – July 16

IndyCar returned to Toronto last season after being absent since 2019, with Scott Dixon picking up the win.

Iowa Speedway Doubleheader – July 22 and 23

A huge weekend in Iowa, with 2 races set to go. It was the same deal last season, with Pato O’Ward and Josef Newgarden picking up the wins.

Streets of Nashville – August 6

This one is still fairly new to the Indy schedule, with this being the 3rd running. Scott Dixon and Marcus Ericsson were the previous winners.

Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course – August 12

The 2nd of 2 races of this fames track.

World Wide Technology Raceway – August 27

This has been a race that Newgarden has dominated, winning each of the last 3.

Portland International Raceway – September 3

The penultimate race of the season and one that was won by Scott McLaughlin last season.

Weathertech Raceway Laguna Seca – September 10

The final race of the season, where a champion will be crowned. Alex Palo won here last year, with Herta winning in the two years prior.


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