Formula One

Betting on F1 is incredibly popular these days, as it is so competitive and wildly unpredictable – the slightest mistake by a driver rarely goes unpunished and could result in them being overtook or even crash out of the race altogether – Which if course adds an added level of excitement to the F1 betting experience. You can bet on a huge variety of markets within Formula One, including of course the long bets such as Driver’s Championship and Constructor’s Championship.

You can also bet on a number of different markets during the race weekend – From who will take Pole Position in Qualifying, to who will win the Grand Prix (Driver and Team betting on this market are normally available). In a similar way to place betting on horse racing, you can also bet on a driver finishing on the Podium (i.e. a top 3 finish). Several other bets are normally available closer to the race, and you should check out the bookmakers websites for these bets and the latest Grand Prix betting odds. Give yourself an edge by subscribing to our exclusive FREE Formula One betting previews.

F1: Spa 2015

August 22, 2015
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For all that it is a special track with a lot of history, last year Spa could essentially be summed up with the words ‘Nico hit me’, at least according to the BBC F1 section. The fact Daniel Ricciardo won the event or Valtteri Bottas finishing third didn’t interest Andrew Benson apparently, as they wouldn’t afford him a chance to write about his hero Lewis Hamilton, but it is unfair […]

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Tributes to Jules: doing it right

July 27, 2015
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Today, it would be churlish to write bad things about Formula 1, as for all that the sport is full to the brim with dirty old men and corrupt practises, this was one of the better weekends in recent memory for the sport. After a horrible fortnight that saw Jules Bianchi finally pass away after a long and fruitless period of waiting, the sport came together to pay tribute to […]

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F1: Hungary 2015

July 24, 2015
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We’ve had a pretty fun season already in the fast cars, but the Hungarian Grand Prix is a really exciting moment in any year of Formula 1, as it marks the end of a sequence of races where top speed is important. In exchange for ultimate velocity, teams must work out how to produce the most downforce possible without costing themselves too much in other areas, and in the context […]

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Silverstone 2015: Get Lewis

July 4, 2015
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It is the weekend of the 4th of July, and we all know what that means. Across the globe, freedom-loving petrolheads will celebrate another edition of the Silverstone Grand Prix, clearly the most important anniversary of the weekend. For fans in England there has been even more excitement and media silliness that on the usual race weekend, and while initially that would seem logical in some ways it shouldn’t really […]

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Maria Di Villota and Marussia: Time for justice

June 27, 2015
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It’s scary to think about the fragility of life, even for a young, fit person, especially as a parent or someone who is close to their family. For that reason the death of a sportsman or woman can often seem much more tragic than that of a normal person, or especially a person with their physical prime behind them, and when that death was needless or due to professional fault […]

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F1: Austrian Grand Prix 2015

June 20, 2015
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The Red Bull Ring is not the name the track for the Austrian Grand Prix has always gone by, but reality and economics mean that this weekend we’ll see even more of the energy drinks company, who already run two teams, that is usual. However, unlike the Vettel years those red and blue cars are unlikely to be very close to the front of the pack either in qualifying or […]

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