2020 Drivers Championship Odds

A bet on Mercedes to win is a given these days. They’re light-years ahead of the rest of the teams. The odds on Ferrari are appalling, a bet on Red Bull is a waste, it’s like 2020 is a season in limbo. The silver arrows have it all sewn up. Just check out the prices they get at online betting sites in the UK like Bet365. This made what transpired at Silverstone last weekend even worse for fans. If for no other reason than they do it all again next weekend for their 70th anniversary. ... read more

The anticipation is almost palpable. What was likely to be a damp squib of a season, as everyone awaits the 2021 rule changes, won’t be. The F1 betting odds in 2020 are going to be fascinating. Will Ferrari and Mercedes still dominate, with Red Bull trailing, or will some of the other teams start taking risks? Fewer races might be great for reliability but the drivers are going to be rusty. This could well lead to some interesting wagers at online betting sites in the UK, like Bet365. ... read more

The 2020 betting on F1 will be interesting. The circumstance this year and the rule changes coming in for next year have left the sport all at sea. This provides uncertain times for the teams, drivers and sport as a whole, but opportunity for the fans. Those who like to bet on sports in the UK at Bet365 and the like should find plenty to interest them. The drivers might all have their eyes on the “proper” season next year, but for now are all stuck driving in this compressed one. ... read more

For a while there it looked like there wouldn’t be a season at all. Races fell away from the calendar from dandruff in a breeze. This was entirely rational, of course, it just left us motorsport fans with little to celebrate. However, the Austrian government approved a closed doors race at the start of July. This means you can now take advantage of Austrian gambling laws at Bet365 to find all the odds on the 2020 Austrian Grand Prix. The nightmare is over. Well, almost. ... read more

Everyone in F1 bet on Lewis Hamilton in 2020 after his win last year. Online betting sites in the UK like Bet365 offer just 4/6 on him being champion again. Ferrari, for their part, are distinctly quiet about their chances, and even Red Bull are less than bullish. It may well be 2020 is the fallow year before rule changes in 2021. Not that the drivers are really concentrating on that at present. So, right now, they’re way too busy being just about as hypocritical as it’s possible to be. ... read more