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Whilst coronavirus will be a passing if pestilential problem, all other things being equal Mercedes are a bigger issue. Their dominance of F1 is so certain the 2020 F1 Constructors Championship odds already suggest they’ll win. Win by a country mile. Anyone hitting up online sportsbook sites in the UK will find Hamilton and Mercedes 4/11 favourites. That almost makes them a shoo-in, and explains precisely why 2021 will see so many changes to a motorsport now in limbo. ... read more

Who would Jesus drive for? It’s not a question that often crops up in the high-paced world of Formula One. Max Verstappen changed that. Ahead of the first race the Red Bull driver made some accusations and reigning champion Lewis Hamilton responded. It might not yet reach the levels of smack-talk other sports see. Those who like to bet on sports in Australia will already have heard much worse. So, their exchange really won’t change the 2020 F1 betting odds. Well. Not unless Max is wrong. ... read more

Watching today’s celebrities I can’t keep the life of GG Allin out of my head. While you can make bets on celebrities through online sportsbooks in the UK, you can also throw your feces on them. So-called gangster rappers are crying at the court, real talents are being imprisoned but hardly anyone cares. And call me a boomer but I just can’t keep up with all these new faces. Half of the actors from Netflix productions I wouldn’t even apply for a jam rag commercial. What is the message of GG Allin and why is it so important today? ... read more

The Mercedes 2019 F1 odds signpost just how dominant this team now is. They’ve scattered their opponents and lead from the front just as they did in the Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday. However as the circus moves on to Monaco, less a Grand Prix and more a parade, Formula 1 as a whole has a few more problems than attracting punters to the likes of Unibet, one of the best online sportsbook sites in Monaco today, to back Ferrari and sadly Zandvoort isn’t any of the answers. ... read more