Bet on Charles Leclerc

We didn’t bet on the Bahrain Grand Prix ending so close. Plenty of us predicted the result. Mercedes still have the edge. Red Bull may have caught up in terms of speed but that doesn’t automatically equate to winning races. Online betting sites in Italy are still offering better odds on Lewis Hamilton than on Max Verstappen. Of course, many of those tempted to bet on the 2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, the next race up, will want to back Ferrari, but that’s risky. ... read more

Yes, they’re back. The posh boys in fireproof romper-suits and over engineered go-karts have returned once again. We got a glimpse of what’s to come as the F1 teams met up in Bahrain for some pre-season testing. Of course, all eyes are on Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes, the dominant force these last seven years. Mercedes didn’t have fun in Bahrain. Not that it changed anything. Online sportsbook sites in the UK like Bet365 still have them as favorites in the 2021 Formula One odds. ... read more

The old joke is that FIA stands for “Ferrari Is Assisted”. This week that’s less funny than it ought be. Those considering putting a bet on the 2020 Australian Grand Prix will look upon the recent headlines and despair. A whiff of cover up, a sniff of favoritism and a deal sweeping everything under the rug. So, a perfectly calm start to another season in Formula One. Of course, if you’re Australian gambling laws on public gatherings might change soon, you may feel it all moot. ... read more

Following pre-season testing Mattia Binotto had to admit Ferrari were going to struggle to keep up with Mercedes. This means the 2020 F1 odds on Mercedes have taken a bit of a tumble. Online betting sites in Italy like Unibet are offering barely 2/9 on them winning the Constructors’ championship. Without a race Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas seem to have already won. But will their DAS system really dominate or doom them to reliability issues? ... read more

After winning the GP3 Series championship in 2016 and the FIA Formula 2 championship in 2017, the 20-year-old Monégasque driver has made his debut in F1 and caught the attention of wider audiences. A good number of them are actually betting on Charles Leclerc to be the number one driver in the foreseeable future. ... read more