Red Bull

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

Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix is making a quick comeback on May 10 for another epic race. This time in Spain. The usual six F1 drivers are surely taking part. And, the Virtual Spanish GP odds suggest it might be similar to the back and forth fight between Leclerc and Albon in the last race. ... read more

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

It’s less than a month to go until the new Formula 1 season, so we might be better off checking all the predictions and chances. I’m afraid we can’t really expect big surprises, still, Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton are the favorites to win the world title and the first race as well. His teammate and the mighty youngsters can come closest to him according to the 2020 Australian Grand Prix odds. ... read more

Formula youngster with a bright future to a familiar name in the title race, we take a look at Red Bull’s F1 man. He had a great 2019 season but should you place a bet on Max Verstappen to win F1 title in 2020? ... read more

The rich boys in fireproof underpants and over-engineered go-karts are back and to get the second half of the season underway they’re off to the cathedral of speed at Spa. The crowd will be behind Max Verstappen but he’s only a 7/1 shot so if you like to bet on sports in Belgium you might want to check out the Belgian Grand Prix odds on Sebastian Vettel who hasn’t won a race in year, but according to the bookies like Unibet still warrants odds just behind Hamilton’s. ... read more

It is, according to UK gambling laws, illegal to bet on human suffering and yet the bookies like Bet365 are still offering prices on one of the Williams Formula One drivers winning the next Grand Prix at Spa in Belgium. They’ll claim there’s a slight chance Russell or Kubica could actually win by dint of technical and driving prowess, or the lack thereof in others, but we all know the truth; the only way either of those cars could win a Grand Prix is if everyone else dies. ... read more