IndyCar: If you’d have bet on a guy named Scott from New Zealand to finish 1-2, you’d have won


If you placed a prop bet on Sunday’s Big Machine Music City Grand Prix in Nashville and predicted the winner and runner-up would both have first names of Scott and both would be New Zealand natives, you probably would have broken the bank.

But that’s what happened, as Kiwi countrymen Scott Dixon and Scott McLaughlin finished 1-2 to shake up and tighten the standings now with three races remaining in the season.

First off, let’s focus on Dixon, who won the race. It was the 53rdrd win of his illustrious career, moving him past Mario Andretti and into sole possession of second place on IndyCar’s all-time wins list, leaving him 14 wins behind the all-time winningest driver, AJ Foyt (67 wins).

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