But there are some races that are simply special and these are the races that sports betting fans and F1 odds enthusiasts get excited about. On Saturday May 29th the F1 betting circuit will compete in one of these remarkable events at the Turkish Grand Prix.
The Turkish Grand Prix has become one of the F1 betting classics for a number of reasons. Perhaps the amazing backdrop of Istanbul, arguably the most cosmopolitan city in the world, or perhaps it’s the breathtaking F1 odds course that hosts this event, with just the right mix of turns and straights to allow for quick-paced but challenging F1 racing.
It’s hard to pinpoint exactly what makes the Turkish Grand Prix so great but there is no denying that this is one of the best closed circuit races in F1 betting. Heading into a Gran Prix sports betting competition it’s no secret which team will be favored in the sports betting odds.
Right now there is no team in auto racing betting as hot as the Red Bull team and it’s talented drivers. After getting off to the best start in team history, Team Red Bull has only seemed to get better as the F1 betting season continues. After sweeping the top two spots at Monte Carlo the team took a commanding 20 point lead in the Constructor Cup point standings. It was second time in the last four F1 betting competitions that Red Bull had gone 1-2 in the race standings and the third time in the past four F1 betting events that the team’s two drivers both made the podium.
But aside from dominating the team standings, not surprisingly Red Bulls drivers are also atop the Drivers Cup standings as well. In a rare occurrence both Australian Mark Weber and German Sebastian Vettel are tied at the top of the point standings with 78 points apiece this F1 betting season. This team has also been the fastest qualifying team all season and will no doubt be at the front of the pack for the Turkish Grand Prix and the favorites to win this F1 wagering event.