The Chinese Grand Prix comes around every year around April time but didn’t take place in 2022 due to Chinese authorities stating it wasn’t a safe time to go ahead given the pandemic. It is currently held at the Shanghai International Circuit, Jiading, Shanghai.
When compared to the other racetracks on the F1 circuit, the Shanghai circuit isn’t that old at all. The circuit was completed back in 2004 and for a long time was known to be the most expensive Formula 1 circuit ever completed, costing $240 million. However, the Abu Dhabi facility that was created in 2009 cost a cool $6 billion and took the crown of most expensive F1 facility.
The Formula 1 odds were last available for this circuit some years ago. The Chinese Grand Prix betting tips often pop up around the start of the season, with the event usually taking place early on in the F1 racing calendar.
Every year there are also some excellent Chinese Grand Prix betting tips and free picks, as bettors take a keen interest in the start of the season and seeing how the favorites start the season off. While it’s a fairly new circuit, it’s a very well-designed one and makes for great viewing.
The team here tracks the odds carefully, notably from the very best oddsmakers available to Canadian players. We would advise checking back with this page as often as possible as the odds will be updated at some point leading up to the race. There is always a range of options when it comes to F1 betting, so be sure to check out the various sportsbooks on offer to find the right one for you.
The Chinese Grand Prix betting odds aren’t available at the moment. We will continue to monitor the best online bookmakers and wait until they appear, as soon as this happens we’ll be sure to update this page. It’s best to keep checking back with us for the latest updates. The F1 China odds were last updated on May 23, 2022:
|Chinese Grand Prix betting odds 2022|
Past Winners at the Chinese Grand Prix
Sadly, the Chinese Grand Prix hasn’t taken place since 2019, with the 2020 race cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic which swept the globe and put a halt to many sporting events. It was much the same in 2020, with the race being cancelled by Chinese officials, but we are hopeful to see the race return to Shanghai in 2022.
The pole position in 2019 went to reigning F1 champion Lewis Hamilton’s teammate Valtteri Bottas, who managed a time of 1:31.547 in his Mercedes. While he started the race off in 1st he didn’t raise the checkered flag.
7-times F1 champion Lewis Hamilton topped the podium, winning the race with a time of 1:32:06.350. Followed by the Finn Valtteri Bottas, with a time of +6.552 and third-placed Sebastian Vettel in the Ferrari, with a time of +13.744. Although he didn’t make the podium, Frenchman Pierre Gasly recorded the fastest lap in Shanghai in a time of 1:34.742.
List of Chinese Grand Prix winners
- 2004 – Rubens Barrichello – Ferrari
- 2005 – Fernando Alonso – Renault
- 2006 – Michael Schumacher – Ferrari
- 2007 – Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari
- 2008 – Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes
- 2009 – Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
- 2010 – Jenson Button – McLaren-Mercedes
- 2011 – Lewis Hamilton – McLaren-Mercedes
- 2012 – Nico Rosberg- Mercedes
- 2013 – Fernando Alonso – Ferrari
- 2014 – Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes
- 2015 – Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes
- 2016 – Nico Rosberg – Mercedes
- 2017 – Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes
- 2018 – Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull Racing-TAG Heuer
- 2019 – Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes
Chinese Grand Prix Betting FAQs
No one won it last year as it has been cancelled for two years in a row.
The last Chinese Grand Prix winner was Lewis Hamilton in 2019.
You can make many different bet types including winner, top three, and head-to.head matchups.
The best bet is always the one that fits best into your overall sports wagering strategy.
You can find the latest odds right here on this page.