Valtteri Bottas

There’s no such thing as a free launch and despite unveiling their new black livery Mercedes face a new resurgent Red Bull. The F1 Austrian Grand Prix odds on Verstappen have now fallen, at online sportsbook sites in Austria like Bet365, to just 2/1. This is the same as the current World Champion, Lewis Hamilton, garners. So, can we finally bet on F1 being more than just Mercedes mauling the competition? The 2020 season could well provide us with a wholly unexpected answer. ... read more

There is a tendency to focus on how different it’s all going to be. No crowds, bio-security, venues doubling up. There’s a lot to speculate about. Those who regularly bet on sports in Austria and are considering a bet on F1 in 2020 won’t be concerned, however. They’ll know that despite all the changes some things will remain the same. From bizarre rule interpretations to horrific TV direction enough of what makes F1 fun will survive. You couldn’t hear the crowd over the engines anyway. ... 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

Most of us enjoy a bet on F1. However, some people aren’t so keen. They see no point in risking a little cash on some over-paid posh plonker in fireproof underwear driving an over engineered go-kart too fast around a tax haven. For these people, there is an obvious alternative. So obvious that one day even online sportsbook sites in the UK like Bet365 may cater to it. Wacky Races. F1 has turned into a soap opera, so here are seven reasons for swapping to a 60s’ cartoon instead. ... 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