Auto Racing Betting Odds: Formula 1 Futures

July 15, 2014 Auto Racing

Sebastian Vettel and Nico Rosberg are among the leaders both on F1 auto racing odds and on the track. However, we shouldn’t exclude other contenders such as Lewis Hamilton or Daniel Ricciardo, as we can see below.

Formula 1 – 2014 Drivers Championship Outright Winner Odds:

·       Lewis Hamilton 4/7

·       Nico Rosberg 5/4

·       Daniel Ricciardo 100/1

·       Sebastien Vettel 100/1

·       Valtteri Bottas 300/1

·       Fernando Alonso 500/1

·       Felipe Massa 750/1

There is quite a gap between Rosberg at 5/4 and Ricciardi at 100/1, but that just means that those who put their money on, say, Felipe Alonso, would make a killing… if he shocked the world and actually won the championship, that is. As far as teams go, Mercedes and Red Bull seem to have monopolized the standings to a certain extent.

Maybe the competition will be a tad more even on the German Grand Prix, which is the 10th round of the 2014 F1 season, but also a very important standalone race in its own right. Let’s have a look at this competition’s auto racing betting odds:

German Grand Prix Race Winner Odds:

·       Lewis Hamilton 4/7

·       Nico Rosberg 15/8

·       Valtteri Bottas 16/1

·       Felipe Massa 20/1

·       Daniel Ricciardo 25/1

·       Sebastian Vettel 33/1

·       Fernando Alonso 40/1

·       Nico Hulkenberg 100/1

·       Kimi Raikkonen 125/1

·       Sergio Perez 125/1

·       Jenson Button 150/1

·       Kevin Magnussen 150/1

·       Daniil Kvyat 500/1

·       Jean-Eric Vergne 500/1

·       Pastor Maldonado 1000/1

·       Romain Grosjean 1000/1

·       Adrian Sutil 2000/1

·       Esteban Gutierrez 2000/1

·       Jules Bianchi 5000/1

·       Kamui Kobayashi 5000/1

·       Marcus Ericsson 5000/1

·       Max Chilton 5000/1

Actually, the top 5 here is pretty much the same only with the addition of Felipe Massa instead of Sebastian Vettel. At least the odds don’t just jump to 100/1 but do make a gradual progression to the drivers least likely to win the race. The German Grand Prix will take place on July 20, and whoever wins will surely improve his odds of winning the overall Formula 1 2014 Drivers’ Championship.

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