Turkish gambling laws

The odds on the 2021 F1 season have solidified behind the battle for the championship. Both Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen get realistic prices and everyone else is a longshot at best. The odds on the Turkish Grand Prix at online sportsbook sites in the Turkey like Bet365, and indeed the odds on the 2021 F1 World Championship, lean, towards Max. However, neither he nor Lewis Hamilton will actually admit to feeling even the slightest bit of pressure. ... read more

For a while, it looked as if the Russian Grand Prix might give us some clarity. Fans would get to see one or other of the title rivals pull ahead. However, that’s not how the race in Sochi panned out. So Max and Lewis are still locked in mortal combat for that Championship win and you can’t bet on the Turkish Grand Prix to settle things. Both drivers get very similar odds on the Turkish Grand Prix, at online betting sites in Turkey like Bet365. So will we just get a parade? ... read more

Valtteri Bottas has to out-score Hamilton by seven points this weekend to stop the Brit winning his 7th title. Given the Finn’s propensity to follow team orders, that seems massively unlikely. A Bottas victory is thus a waste of a bet on the Turkish Grand Prix. Fortunately, for those who wish to bet on sports in Turkey this weekend, Bet365 and F1 have other opportunities. Some of them far better and more acceptable than others. A bit like the race line up announced for 2021 really. ... read more

Turkey hosted seven Grand Prix between 2005 and 2011. They were, by and large, fun races with turn 8 often providing excitement. Now the race is back for 2020 and you can once again bet on the Turkish Grand Prix. Of course online betting sites in Turkey like Bet365 are giving a bet on Mercedes the best of the prices, but that’s normal. However, despite winning here before Lewis Hamilton, the favorite, did that 10 years ago, and a lot has changed since then. So can he do it again? ... read more