Hamilton Leads Formula 1 Champ Odds

Lewis Hamilton has increased his lead on Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg in both the F1 points standings and the odds to win the 2015 drivers championship with the circuit returning to action in the Italian Grand Prix on September 6.

Hamilton holds a 227-199 lead on Rosberg in the driver standings with eight races left in the season, and he's now the -800 favorite at online sportsbook Bovada to claim the drivers championship in 2015.


How to Bet on Formula 1

While NASCAR may be the most popular form of motor racing in the United States, Formula 1 racing has a bigger following worldwide. Formula 1's popularity has steadily been growing in America, and with that popularity comes additional betting interest.

Basic Odds and Betting Options

Formula 1 Grand Prix events are usually separated by a span of one to three weeks throughout the course of the season. The most standard type of wager on these races is simply a bet on which driver will win the race.


F1: Spanish Grand Prix Betting Odds

Let’s be very clear, there are no grounds to oppose either of the Mercedes cars in this weekend’s F1 Grand Prix.  

The pair, driven by Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, have finished 1-2 in the last three Grand Prix and would have doubtlessly done the same in the opening race of the season if it were not for a mechanical issue on Hamilton’s car.

So the big question is who will finish third?  Well, with a third and two fourth-place efforts this year, former World Champion Fernando Alonso actually has the best overall profile beyond the ‘big two.’


2012 Indy 500 Odds: Briscoe Favored

Get the milk on ice at the Brickyard. Indy car racing returns to Indianapolis Motor Speedway this weekend for the 96th Indianapolis 500. The pole sitter for this year's Indy 500 is Ryan Briscoe which also makes him the race favorite at Bovada at 15/4. In Indy 500 history the pole sitter has ended up winning the race only 18 times, the last being Helio Castroneves in 2009.

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