With the World Rally Championship about to kick off again in Monte Carlo this weekend, there’s a bit of minor shuffling going on within the team rosters as M-Sport World bring in the natural talent that is Norwegian champion Eyvind Brynildsen for Rally Sweden betting his experience will count.
• Ogier 1.18
• Latvala 6.00
• Mikkelsen 15.00
If you like to bet on sports in Norway you’ve probably already backed Eyvind Brynildsen once or twice, he took the Norwegian Rally Championship last year in a Ford Fiesta, so the latest version of the Fiesta R5 that they use in WRC-2 will be a simple exchange for the twenty eight year old.
Obviously the team have emphasized that they expect his experience on the snowy back roads of Norway will serve him best in Rally Sweden betting that when it starts on the 12th of February the similar terrain will suit him down to the ground.
Alongside Brit Elfyn Evans (apologies to the Welsh amongst you) this gives M-Sport a particularly good chance at taking a shot at the title over the course of the season in WRC-2, but all eyes are on Sweden as the bell-weather race.
Brynildsen Brought In For Rally Sweden Betting He’s The Best
“I am really looking forward to Rally Sweden,” Said Eyvind enthusiastically, “It will be something of a home event for me. It really is fantastic to be driving as part of the M-Sport team and I think that we can be competitive. I will certainly do my best to fight for the top positions and bring home a really strong result for the team.”
Which will be music to your ears if you are a Norwegian gambling news of his appointment to the team will allow you to once again laud it up over your neighbors, with vast hoards from Norway traveling over the border to watch Rally Sweden betting their countryman will win it in WRC-2.
Of course most people like to bet on the big boys in the WRC proper, and that’s probably wise given the variable nature of WRC-2 cars and drivers, and in the top tier class it’s still Champion Sebastien Ogier that is being hailed at the likely winner before any races have been completed.
ComeOn! Sportsbook has him at just 1.18, with his nearest rival Jari-Matti Latvala back at 6.00 and that other famous rallying Norwegian, Andreas Mikkelsen, is way out on 15.00 alongside Mads Ostberg. Looks like it’s a done deal, right? But this is rallying, and anything could happen.