The Austrian Grand Prix odds on Mercedes to be the winning constructor are just 11/50 and with the best package on the grid right now that puts them well ahead of Ferrari on 43/20 or Red Bull on 14/1. Indeed Mercedes are now so dominant that there’s a worry they’ll make a clean sweep of the season, which would be dull, and the prices at Unibet, one of the best online sportsbook sites in Austria at the moment, will be even less likely to enthuse the F1 gambling community.
Saying the French Grand Prix was dull would be like describing Brexit as a bit tricky, Donald Trump as mildly daft or decapitation by Islamic State as merely losing one’s head. For lap after lap the procession proceeded with little in the way of racing till the very last lap when Daniel Ricciardo decided to get feisty with Lando Norris. The Austrian Grand Prix odds on Mercedes might well hint that it’ll be just as dull in Spielberg, however this is a very different circuit.
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The tight turn one is going to be a battle all by itself and with the sun in their eyes as they reach the brow of that first incline anything could happen. This will please some of those that find the Austrian Grand Prix odds on Mercedes to be an indicator of a decline in the competitiveness of the sport as a whole. However, the chances are that the Silver Arrows will still come home with both cars on the podium and each of their drivers is a good bet on sports in Austria this Sunday.
Mercedes Go For Nine Wins In Nine Races At Red Bull Ring
With eight wins from eight races that threat of a “silver-wash” has begun to worry some people although it does seem to some observers that Ferrari have developed a car specifically to win in Monza later in the season, and Red Bull have concentrated on winning in Brazil and getting Pierre Gasly to remember how to drive cars fast. Indeed one of the reasons the Austrian Grand Prix odds on Mercedes are so short is because their competition is all at sea most of the time.
F1 Austrian Grand Prix
- Date – June 30th 2019
- Track – Red Bull Ring
- Location – Spielberg, Austria
- Length –4.318km
- Turns – 10
- Laps – 71
Sebastian Vettel had whatever vestige of heart he had left for the sport torn out by that silly penalty in Canada, Max Verstappen doesn’t really have a car to compete and Charles Leclerc is sabotaged by his own team so often it makes you wonder if he didn’t do something awful to them in a past life. Challenging the Austrian Grand Prix odds on Mercedes isn’t even on the agenda of these teams nor should it be for those trying to take advantage of Austrian gambling laws either.
2019 Austrian Grand Prix Odds On Mercedes 2/7 At Unibet
The prices speak for themselves. Vettel gets 5/1 to win this weekend, well off those 2019 Austrian Grand Prix odds on Mercedes, and Leclerc at 11/2 just behind him fares no better. Perhaps slightly worse is that at the circuit named after their team the Red Bull drivers get far less chance from the bookies like Unibet. Max gets a scant 16/1 and Gasly languishes at an almost embarrassing 300/1. Of course, no other team manages to get anything less than 1000/1.
- Anyone Else – 1000/1+
- Pierre Gasly – 300/1
- Max Verstappen – 16/1
- Charles Leclerc – 11/2
- Sebastian Vettel – 5/1
- Valtteri Bottas – 11/4
- Lewis Hamilton – 7/10
So then as Toto Wolff and crew ready the cars in the warmth of the European Heat Wave they’ll be very confident of a 1-2 finish and many of those taking advantage of the Austrian Grand Prix odds on Mercedes at Unibet, one of the best online betting sites in Austria these days, will be just as certain. The only problem with that is the future of the sport as a single team puts all others in the shade hardly provides with the spectacle and competition fans want to see from F1.