However, with four races in the bag there has been one driver that has separate himself a bit from the pack with defending F1 odds driving champ Jenson Button picking up right where he left off in the 2009 F1 wagering season and jumping out to an early lead in the 2010 F1 betting.
But the key word in that sentence is early. With much racing left in the season, starting with the Spanish Grand Prix on May 7th, there is still plenty of opportunity for the rest of the F1 field to make things interesting.
The Spanish Grand Prix is one of the great races the F1 odds. It brings a perfect blend of tradition and modernity to the auto racing betting and is always full of excitement. Jenson is obviously the favorite heading into this F1 odds competition.
Through three F1 betting engagements so far this year he’s amassed 60 points -winning two of the F1 wagering events (China and Australia).
But hot on the Brit’s heels is up and comer Nico Rosberg who slipped into the second spot on the F1 betting table after two consecutive second-place finishes in Malaysia and China.
With 50 points through four F1 betting competitions he trails Button by ten points. He’s gotten better every year over the past few F1 wagering seasons and this year looks to be the year that he seriously competes for an F1 odds driving title.
However, the fan favorite for this race and the favorite in many early F1 odds is Spaniard Fernando Alonso. This is the former F1 betting champ’s favorite race of the entire sports betting season and he loves to give his home country supporters something to cheer about.
After struggling a bit in the past few years he seems to have finally found his grove with the Ferrari team and currently sits third in the F1 betting competition with 49 points through 4 races.
On paper Button is the man to beat, but if you you’re looking to take a chance in the sports betting odds, bet on Alonso to win one on his home course.