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Formula One Betting Odds

Let’s have a look at the current available Formula 1 betting odds.

The 2023 F1 Title Winners’ Odds are available.

Touch any link above to view full field odds for the 2023 Formula 1 Grand Prix Winners Title. Outright race winner lines, from top Motor Sports’ focused bookmakers, were updated on May 23, 2023:

F1 2023 Title Odds
Charles Leclerc1.571.601.57
Max Verstappen3.403.503.40
Lewis Hamilton11.0011.0011.00
George Russell26.0026.0026.00
Carlos Sainz34.0034.0034.00

F1 Calendar:

  • March 26-28th: Bahrain Grand Prix- 
  • April 16-18th: Italian Grand Prix
  • April-May 30th-2nd: Portguese Grand Prix
  • May 7-9th: Spanish Grand Prix
  • May 20-23rd: Monaco Grand Prix
  • June 4-6th: Azerbaijan Grand Prix
  • June 11-13th: Canadian Grand Prix
  • June 25-27th: French Grand Prix
  • July 2-4th: Austrian Grand Prix
  • July 16-18th: Great Britain Grand Prix
  • July-August 30-1st: Hungary Grand Prix
  • August 27-29th: Belgian Grand Prix
  • September 3-5th: Dutch Grand Prix
  • September 10-12th: Italian Grand Prix
  • September 24-26th: Russian Grand Prix
  • October 1-3rd: Singapore Grand Prix
  • October 8-10th: Japanese Grand Prix
  • October 22-24th: American Grand Prix
  • October 29-31st: Mexican Grand Prix
  • November 5-7th: Brazilian Grand Prix
  • November 19-21st: Australian Grand Prix
  • December 3-5th: Saudi Arabian Grand Prix
  • December 10-12th: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Formula 1 Drivers and Teams 2023

  • Mercedes – Lewis Hamilton
  • Mercedes – Valtteri Bottas
  • Alpine – Esteban Ocon
  • Alpine – Fernando Alonso
  • Haas – Mick Schumacher
  • Haas – Nikita Mazepin
  • McLaren – Lando Norris
  • McLaren – Daniel Ricciardo
  • Alfa Romero – Kimi Raikkonen
  • Alfa Romero – Antonio Giovinazzi
  • Red Bull Racing – Max Verstappen
  • Red Bull Racing – Sergio Pere
  • Aston Martin – Lance Stroll
  • Aston Martin – Sebastian Vettel
  • Ferrari – Charles LeClerc
  • Ferrari – Carlos Sainz
  • AlphaTauri – Pierre Gasley
  • AlphaTauri – Yuki Tsunoda
  • Williams – George Russell
  • Williams – Nicholas Latifi

Drivers Championship Formula 1 Future Odds 2023

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 exciting competitions of the world of Motor Sports, F1 Driver Championship odds have disappeared at top online sportsbooks.

A total of 20 drivers will be competing in the 2022 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 2023 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.

CSB Top Formula 1 betting sportsbooks – Choose your favourite:

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 this means that Formula One can be hugely rewarding if you select the right bets.

Formula 1 Betting Odds

And, right now, there is one question on most people’s minds – will anyone be able to stop Lewis Hamilton in 2023, 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 1.40 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.

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 6.50. That is slightly higher than Bottas to finish top of the pile come to the end of the season.

The German comes in at the higher price of 6.00 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 2023

In addition to the Drivers Championship – the Constructor’s 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 7, 2023: the odds were updated and here are the latest Constructors standings;

F1 2023 Title Odds
Red Bull Racing2.002.002.10


How can I watch F1 in Canada?

It’s quite straightforward really. There is a range of sites that allow users to stream the F1 from their computers; ESPN is a company that offers a streaming service to computer users. Alternatively, ESPN as a channel on the television covers all the F1 races throughout the season.

How many races are in an F1 season?

There are 23 races in the F1 season, 11 of which take place in Europe while the other 12 take place in other countries around the world. Historically, F1 has been a European sport.

How many teams are in the F1?

In the F1 season there are 10 teams. They are as follows: Williams, Haas, Alfa Romeo, AlphaTauri, McLaren, Renault, Racing Point, Ferrari, Red Bull, and Mercedes.

How many drivers compete in an F1 season?

Each of the 10 teams will have two drivers each season. These drivers often change from season to season, with the most reputable drivers staying with teams for a longer period of time – sometimes their entire career.

Can you bet on the F1?

Yes, you can bet on outrights and you can also bet race by race. As well as that, there is the option to bet on the Constructors Championship, which relates to the companies (such as McLaren) that design the cars. Which team will be the best?

Are F1 cars automatic?

F1 cars use highly automated semi-automatic sequential gearboxes, which use paddle-shifters on the steering wheel to move through the gears. They have 8 forward gears and 1 reverse gear.

Are F1 cars 4 wheel drive?

No. Infact, F1 cars are entirely rear-wheel drive. This means that drivers must become much better at driving in order to maintain control of the car.

Are there any Canadian F1 drivers or cars?

Not currently. However, there have been 14 Canadian F1 drivers. Giles Villeneruve is ranked among the greatest drivers of all time and his son, Jacques, won the World Drivers’ Championship in 1997.

Which is the most famous F1 circuit?

Well, this question is highly subjective. However, it is widely accepted that the Silverstone Circuit in the United Kingdom is the greatest F1 circuit of them all.

Why is F1 a sport?

Although F1 involves driving a car, the physical exertion involved in moving at such high speeds means drivers have to regularly withstand up to 3.5g. It’s important that drivers are very physically fit in order to race properly.