Plenty of racers involved
There are going to be many, many names on each F1 race and the best way to find the best prices is to back an outsider, but of course, this seriously decreases your chance of winning. The favourites will be a shorter price, but there will be races priced at odds of 25/1, 50/1, 200/1 and so on, as is the nature of the competitive sport that is F1.
Whether it be Max Verstappen or Lewis Hamilton, you will find our guide to who we believe the season winner will be in F1 as all the big names fight for F1’s biggest title. We will use form, history and all the necessary details to come up with our tip for the season winner in F1.
The constructors outright is another popular market within F1 where you can bet on the winner of the car manufacturer in the F1 championship. This works on a points system where racers in certain cars earn points for the constructors outright market.
For example, Mercedes tends to be near the top with Lewis Hamilton’s winning form, with Ferrari often there too.
Podium, top 6 and points
These types of markets look at who will get on the podium alongside the winner - so 2nd and 3rd - as well as those to get inside the top six and earn a certain amount of points.
You're betting on just how big will the winning margin be in the race from the winner to the second-placed racer.
This is a bet on whether any named driver will grab pole position, set the fastest lap of the race, and finish as the top driver in the race.
Here you are betting on which team the winning driver will race for.
First team to retire
This market covers the area of which car will be the first to retire.
Fastest pit stop
This is based on which car will have the fastest pit stop, and this tends to be quite a close market each time.
You can bet on a variety of markets that cover laps, such as fastest lap, leading after one lap, and lap one retirements