If you like action so intense you can almost smell the petrol and the burning rubber through your TV, then Formula 1 will be right up your street.
And at Odds Manager we’ll always bring you the very best F1 news, views, and of course those all-important Formula 1 World Championship odds.
If you like your Formula 1 motor racing, then get ready for a thrilling ride, as the 2021 season will be the biggest, longest and most exciting in history!
We’re two races in to a 23-race season, with the F1 Championship battle set to rage until December.
And it seems Lewis Hamilton had a fight on his hands, as his victory in the Bahrain Grand Prix was followed by a statement-making win from Red Bull’s Max Verstappen in Italy.
Next up it’s the Portuguese GP, followed by the ever-popular Monaco Grand Prix on May 23, while the 2021 British Grand Prix will take place at Silverstone on July 18.
One of the most iconic races at the Monza racetrack in Italy is due on September 12, 2021, while the traditional Australian Grand Prix curtain-opener has been delayed until November.
The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix makes its debut as the penultimate race of the campaign, and the season concludes on December 5, 2021 at the Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi.
F1 always delivers and with 2021 set to be the longest and most competitive season for years, it’s a great opportunity to have a bet and find the best odds at Odds Manager.
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Formula 1 is unique in that your betting fate is not only in the hands of the driver.
One flat tyre, one busted gearbox, one dodgy transmission and your money’s gone quicker than Sebastian Vettel down the home straight.
But if you can use that uncertainty to your advantage you can bag yourself some big-priced winners as a reward.
And don’t forget, we have all the latest Formula 1 title odds so you’re always up to date on the betting action.
The simplest way to bet on Formula 1 is to pick the winner, but Lewis Hamilton’s domination of Formula 1 is lovely for him but not so good for punters!
Fear not though because a deeper dive into the stats shows that there is far more variety in who is coming in second in F1 races.
So an each-way dabble, where you get a return if your driver finishes in the top two, could be a profitable play.
Another way to increase your odds is to predict the top two.
So if you think Mercedes’ stranglehold over Formula 1 will continue in a particular race, you can back Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas to finish first and second, to boost your odds.
We’re always looking for extra betting opportunities at Odds Manager.
And Formula 1 qualifying is an easy way to top up your winnings by predicting who will end up in the coveted pole position.
If you’re happy for the whole season to play out before you get paid out, you can bet on the Drivers Champion as well as the winning team.