F1 betting is always exciting. No matter who wins, no matter what team is on top, just as any auto racing betting fan and they’ll tell you there’s no beating F1 betting.
Last year there was no beating Iceland Kimi Raikkonen when it came to winning the drivers cup and this year he and Ferrari will be looking to repeat the feat in a somewhat altered field.
F1 betting is just weeks away from opening up the new season and drivers and teams are busy testing away in Barcelona trying to get their cars just right for season opening race in Melbourne, Australia. Among the F1 betting odds favorites to win this year’s drivers cup Raikkonen must certainly be considered one of the favorites.
He has one of the best car set ups, a great team, one of the best Formula 1 betting drivers as a teammate and plenty of cash and technology. If last year was any indication of what the “Iceman” can do he should among the podium finishers in every auto racing betting event he enters.
Last year rare car troubles plagued him for much of the eagerly going of the F1 betting season and he lingered in the standings until the very last day of auto racing betting season when he was able to capture the race victory and the title in a miraculous F1 betting comeback.
The F1 betting competition will once again be extremely tough. His teammate Brazilian Filipe Massa might just be his biggest competition in the race for the F1 betting driving title. Massa has proven to be supremely talented and should also have plenty of F1 betting podium finishes if his car holds up, as it should. And there will be plenty of F1 betting competition coming from rival teams as well.
Second-year driver Lewis Hamilton had the F1 betting driving title all but wrapped up for most of the season before a last minute let up. He’ll be very strong again this year for McLaren and many auto racing betting experts expect him to pick up his first title this year. And of course every F1 betting fan knows that two-time drivers cup champ Fernando Alonso is always a threat in F1 betting no matter what team he’s racing for.
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