The Australian Grand Prix is one of the final three races of the year. This year we’ll head to the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit on April 7. The Melbourne track is the second oldest surviving racing circuit down under.
F1 betting in Australia has grown in popularity in the last few decades since the Formula 1 races have been held at the Albert Park Circuit. Though this isn’t to say that F1 hasn’t been a big part of the Formula 1 circuit for years, motor sports in Australia stretch back all the way to the late 1920s.
While Albert Park has been the track for Formula 1 for some time now, Australia has seen 23 different venues over the years. The first race was held on Phillip Island in 1928, with a number of other venues holding the torch for Australian motorsport.
Each year, the Australian Grand Prix betting odds command a huge audience, as the race comes towards the end of the season. The timing of the event means that often the event comes around as the seasons’ title is being decided. Around the time of the event, there are always interesting F1 free picks for bettors to enjoy.
2022 AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX ODDS
We provide odds from numerous oddsmakers available to Canadian players. F1 odds in Australia will become popular around the start of November, with the race taking place towards the end of the month. Be sure to shop around the various bookmakers to find the right one for you.
The Australian Grand Prix betting odds aren’t available right now. However, we are always paying close attention to the markets and will be sure to make them available to our readers at the earliest point possible. The Australian Grand Prix odds were last updated on May 23, 2022:
|Australian Grand Prix betting odds 2022|
Past Winners at the Australian Grand Prix
Unfortunately, the 2020 Abu Dhabi race was unable to go ahead, due to the COVID-19 pandemic putting a stop to the race and many other F1 meets. The race was due to take place in November but was cancelled with the next race slated for 2021.
So, the last race that took place was back in 2019, when Lewis Hamilton managed to achieve pole position with a time of 1:20.486. The Mercedes driver went on to win the Championship that season, with things, all but wrapped up when the race took place in Melbourne.
While he set out on pole position, it was teammate Valtteri Bottas that raised the checkered flag in 2019, with a time of 1:25:27.325. Hamilton came second with a time of +20.886, with Hamilton’s big rival the Belgian Max Verstappen coming in third with a time of +22.520.
List of Australian Grand Prix winners
- 2000 – Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
- 2001 – Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
- 2002 – Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
- 2003 – David Coulthard – McLaren-Mercedes
- 2004 – Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
- 2005 – Giancarlo Fisichella – Renault
- 2007 – Fernando Alonso – Renault
- 2008 – Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes
- 2009 – Jenson Button – Brawn-Mercedes
- 2010 – Jenson Button – McLaren-Mercedes
- 2011 – Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
- 2012 – Jenson Button – McLaren-Mercedes
- 2013 – Kimi Raikkonen – Lotus-Renault
- 2014 – Nico Rosberg – Mercedes
- 2015 – Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes
- 2016 – Nico Rosberg – Mercedes
- 2017 – Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari
- 2018 – Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari
- 2019 – Valtteri Bottas – Mercedes
- 2020 – Race Cancelled – due to COVID-19 pandemic
- 2021 – Valtteri Botas
2022 Australian Grand Prix Betting FAQs
Valtteri Botas won the Australian Grand Prix in 2021.
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