2020 Formula 1 season starts on the 15th of March in Australia, at the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit. You can find the Formula 1 betting odds and results for every race of the season on this page.
The 2019 Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton took the victory in the last GP in Abu Dhabi. He won the race with relative ease and has shown the F1 world who's boss once again.
What a way to end the season. I’m so grateful to my team @MercedesAMGF1 for the hard work they have put in this year, constantly raising the bar. But above all, thank you #TeamLH for your support. The positivity you give me is overwhelming. I feel your love all around the world. pic.twitter.com/Yaf4cCYlmi
Lewis Hamilton dominated the race in Abu Dhabi GP for the 11th victory of the season. He set off in pole position and led a soporific race and was never troubled until he completed the victory.
2020 Formula 1 Outright Winners Odds
Now only a month or so away, we look to the 2020 Formula 1 season. After the testing dates in Barcelona in February 2020, the GP will begin. On March the 15th we head to Melbourne for the Australian GP. The outright winners' odds for the F1 title in 2020 are already available.
10bet odds are subject to change. Touch any link above to view full field odds for the 2020 Formula 1 Grand Prix Winners Title. Outright race winner lines, from top Motor Sports' focused bookmakers, were updated on March 3, 2020.
Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel and Max Verstappen will battle it out for the Drivers Championship, with Hamilton as the favourite.
Meanwhile, in the Constructors Championship, leaders Mercedes and Ferrari, plus outsider Red Bull, look to build the best machine for their drivers to take pole position and a podium finish. We cover it all.
One of the most-watched sporting tournaments in the world the 2019 Formula One Season has begun and we are here to discuss the likely outcomes and talking points for the months ahead.
One of the most exciting competitions of the world of Motor Sports, F1 Driver Championship odds have disappeared at top online sportsbooks.
That is due to Lewis Hamilton (363) owning a big lead over Valtteri Bottas (289) and Charles Leclerc (236) heading into the final races of the season. Click links below to view other 2019 Formula 1 2019 action.
F1 Driver Championship prices last updated on March 3, 2020:
A total of 20 drivers will be competing in the 2020 season and, in theory, at least, every one of them will be in with a shot at the individual crown, although the formula 1 betting odds 2020 show otherwise. With that in mind, the relative lack of predictability in the sport makes it hugely intriguing for placing bets. Exciting LIVE betting is offered on every F1 open-wheel race.
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A whole set of circumstances can affect each race throughout the season and the formula 1 betting predictions and while there may be overall favourites for the title over the course of the season each race, when considered on its own, can throw out a vast array of different plot lines.
That means that as the season continues, we could see a whole host of names in pole position and winning Grand Prix races, even if they are not expected to challenge for overall glory.All of which means that Formula One can be hugely rewarding if you select the right bets.
And, right now, there is one question on most people’s minds – will anyone be able to stop Lewis Hamilton in 2019, after the Brit drove to the championship in relative comfort last time out.And it is indeed Hamilton who opens as the favourite for the Drivers title once again, as he is priced at just -120 to finish on top of the pile once again.
As noted above, any driver could win any race, but over the length of the entire season, it is more than likely to come down to a straight shoot-out between Hamilton and his old sparring partner, Sebastian Vettel.
Lewis HamiltonTo Win the 2020 Drivers Championship Odds
And in terms of individual glory, it is also worth mentioning Max Verstappen. The Belgian is still aged just 21 and is one of the most exciting talents in the sport. He has already stoked the fires by claiming that the car won the title last year rather than Hamilton, and Verstappen opened at 800. That is slightly higher than Vettel to finish top of the pile come to the end of the season.
The German comes in at the higher price of 160 to wrest the title from Hamilton’s grasp and we could be in for a riveting contest between the two best drivers on the grid right now. But with Hamilton way out in front in terms of odds, it would be prudent to place your bets on his potential success as early as possible, as those odds will shorten over the coming months.
A word on race odds
And finally, a quick reminder that all 20 of the Formula One Grand Prix races can be bet on individually as the season progresses. In addition, there are a wide array of options offering far more than a bet based simply on who will finish first in any given race – you may also bet on whether a driver will finish a race, who will come in last or who will start a race in pole position
Constructors Championship Formula 1 Future Odds 2020
In addition to the Drivers Championship - Constructors title odds are also offered in Formula One. And looking at the odds, there were only three teams in genuine contention for that crown. On March 3, 2020, the odds for were last updated and here are the latest Constructors standings;
Mercedes (652) leads Ferrari (466) by 186 points. Make it six straight Constructors titles for Lewis Hamilton, Valtteri Bottas and Crew!
There are 10 Constructors taking part, but the likes of Renault, McLaren and Williams are priced far too high to be considered as threats for the title. As such, the dominance of Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull look set to continue for another F1 race season.
How to bet on Formula One? One of the key tips usually given to bettors on Formula One is to bet on the driver you think will win the Drivers Championship and then plump for the same constructor as well.
On only one occasion since the turn of the century has the winning team not also boasted the winning driver, and that does not look like it is about to change any time soon.
Therefore, with Hamilton the outright favourite in the Drivers Championship, it makes sense that his team, Mercedes, come in as favourites for the Constructors Championship. You can back Mercedes to bag that glory with the best odds of 1.05 at Spin Sports.
One of the hottest drivers on the F1 Circuit, Valtteri Bottas, who is a top favourite to win the overall Drivers Championship, has Mercedes in the second chalk spot in the Constructors Championship at a price of 400 at Bodog.
Also, we cannot forget Red Bull Racing who has the enormous talent of Max Verstappen on their team. That said, Team Red Bull has seen their odds swell to 5000 to win the 2019 F1 Constructors Championship and may be out of the chase.
To give you an idea of how far ahead of the chasing pack those three currently are, it is worth noting the odds of the fourth team in the Constructors Championship. Team Haas is way back when it comes to prices as they are way out of it at 100000 to get their hands on the top prize.
2019 Formula 1 Results
Race results from every 2019 Formula 1 Grand Prix battle are listed below.
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Winner
The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix wrapped up the end of an excellent season. The race was relatively dull. Lewis Hamilton was leading from the off and didn't look back. He finished with a time of 1:34:05.715, he was then followed by Max Verstappen (+16.772s), with Monégasque Charles Leclerc coming in third (+43.435s).
An excellent race for the young German gave him his third win of the year in Sao Paulo. A late crash for Vettel and Leclerc presented the opportunity for him to capitalize on the situation, which he did and took him the win. Verstappen finished with a time of 1:33:14.678, followed by Pierre Grassley (+6.077s) and Carlos Sainz Jr. (+8.896s).
An unbelievable sixth F1 title for Lewis Hamilton. He came second in the race overall, narrowly missing out to Finnish Valtteri Bottas. But it didn't matter, the season was concluded with a second-place finish. Congratulations to the Briton, who never ceases to amaze the F1 world.
Adding another cherry, to the top of his Championship season, Lewis Hamilton (7.00 at PowerPlay) topped the field at the 2019 Mexican Grand Prix. Sebastian Vettel (+1.766) fought hard but finished second while Valtteri Bottas (+3.553s) placed third.
Mercedes driver #77 Valtteri Bottas (5.00 at Spin Sports) claimed his third top podium finish of the season with his Japanese Grand Prix victory. Sebastian Vettel (+13.343) and Lewis Hamilton (+13.858) finished second and third respectively.
Continuing his 2019 Formula 1 dominance, Lewis Hamilton (2.75 at Bet365) claimed his ninth top podium finish of the season during the Russian Grand Prix. Valtteri Bottas (+3.829s) finished second and Charles Leclerc (+5.212s) ran third.
Capturing his first 2019 top podium finish, though it should have happened at the Canada GP, congratulations to Ferrari #5 Sebastian Vettel (14.00 at PowerPlay) who claimed his fifth career Singapore F1 Championship.
Continuing his strong late-season run, Charles Leclerc (+2.641s) finished second while Max Verstappen (+3.821s) was third overall.
The European stretch of the season ended last Sunday at Monza 🌍
We're all packed up for the final end-of-season run ✈️
After capturing his first career Formula 1 victory in Belgium, Ferrari racer Charles Leclerc goes back-to-back as he won the Italian F1 GP. Valtteri Bottas (+0.835s) finished a close second while FI Championship leader Lewis Hamilton (+35.199s) was well back in third place.
Rolling into the winners' circle, for the first time in his F1 career, hearty congratulations to Ferrari #16 Charles Leclerc (3.25 at Bet365) who captured the Belgian F1 GP. Overall season leader Lewis Hamilton (+0.981s) was second while Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas (+12.585s) was a distant third.
On a beautiful afternoon in Hungary, Lewis Hamilton (2.00 at Bet365) was too much for the field once again as the Mercedes driver claimed the 2019 Hungarian F1 Grand Prix. Lewis was +17.796s ahead of Red Bull racer Max Verstappen and a whopping +61.433s clear of Ferrari pilot Sebastian Vettel.
Racers headed to the Hungaroring circuit, in Mogyoród, Hungary, for the twelfth battle of the season on August 4, 2019.
On a rainy day in Germany, Red Bull racer Max Verstappen (4.00 odds at Spin Sports) captured his second checkered flag of the 2019 Formula 1 season. Verstappen finished +0:07.333 ahead of Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) and +0:08.305 clear on Daniil Kvyat from Team Toro Rosso.
Race number eleven on the calendar, the F1 German Grand Prix was raced at the Hockenheimring circuit in Rhine Valley on July 28, 2019.
Continuing his domination, over the entire Formula 1 field, congratulations to Lewis Hamilton (2.00 at William Hill) who won a record sixth F1 British Grand Prix. Hamilton was 24.928S faster than pole-sitter Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas and 30.117s better than Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc.
F1 British Grand Prix was raced at the Silverstone Circuit, in Towcester, UK, as the tenth battle of the Formula 1 season on July 14, 2019.
A new track record 🚀 First pole at the British Grand Prix 💪
Another race.... Another controversy. With the steward review settled and the race official, congratulations to Red Bull #33 Max Verstappen (7.00 William Hill odds) on his sixth Formula 1 victory. Verstappen outraced Ferrari #16 Charles Leclerc by +2.724s to claim the Austrian GP checkered flag.
What more can be said about Lewis Hamilton and his Mercedes Crew? The Formula 1 Flash rolls into the Austrian Grand Prix as a clear top favourite at all three CSB top motorsport betting sportsbooks. This fantastic race runs at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Styria, Austria, on June 30, 2019. We're ready!
Continuing his outright dominance, congratulations to Lewis Hamilton (1.36 at William Hill) as the Formula 1 Flash finished +18.056s ahead of his Mercedes mate Valtteri Bottas during the French Grand Prix on June 23, 2019.
Controversial, following Sebastian Vettel getting tagged with a five-second penalty, Lewis Hamilton (2.20 at Spin Sports) takes a fifth top podium finish this season after winning the 2019 Canadian Grand Prix!