Hungaroring

Everyone knew this would happen. It was inevitable. They were never going to remain cordial as the contest drew on. Eventually they’d come together, someone would come off worse, and the detent would end. At Silverstone that’s precisely what happened. Max span off, Lewis won. Red Bull aren’t happy, Mercedes are unrepentant. So who is to say they won’t do it all again next race? Thus the Hungarian Grand Prix odds at online betting sites in Hungary like Bet365 may matter. ... read more

A bet on Hamilton to be F1 World Champion in 2020 is now almost a necessity. Despite slightly damp conditions in Hungary he drove with poise and confidence, skillful and deft. Online sportsbook sites in the UK are thus giving him short odds of grab another championship. These are likely to only get shorter as the circus moves on for back-to-back wins at Silverstone. Lewis likes Silverstone. He’s won there six times before. So is this championship already in the bag? ... read more

The Styrian Grand Prix, which wasn’t, alas, a street race around Damascus, was a pretty dull affair. However, in the dying moments the young driver at McLaren, caught some drivers napping. His storming into fifth place at the finish leaves him third in the drivers championship. This means the 2020 Hungarian Grand Prix odds on Lando Norris could well be worth a look. We check out what the online sportsbook sites in Hungary are offering going into the next race weekend. ... read more

Yes, that’s right the fast boys in the fireproof underpants are back. Formula One will now definitely return at the start of July with an 8 race schedule already confirmed. There’s more on the way. In fact whilst we expected it to be a damp squib the 2020 the odds on F1 are actually shaping up to be fascinating betting fodder. Anyone hitting up Bet365, one of the best online sportsbook sites in the UK, will notice quite quickly. This isn’t going to be the season we expected. ... read more

The owners of F1 gambling on showing the “raw emotion” of the sport to retain eyeballs is one of the first signs we’ve had of Liberty Media’s intent, but as the circus moves on to the Hungaroring is this another flawed concept that will make no difference to the malaise the top tier of motor sport has fallen into? Those of us that will hit up Unibet, one of the best online betting sites in Hungary, to pick a winner this weekend will await developments with interest, and perhaps a little unease. ... read more