Formula 1 Auto Racing Betting Schedule at SBG Global

November 30, 2010 Auto Racing

Auto racing betting on the Formula One circuit involves some excellent F1 betting options including auto racing betting odds to win races and individual matchups.

The 2008 F1 betting schedule involves a total of 18 races beginning with the Australian Grand Prix in March and concluding with the Grande Premio do Brasil in November.

Auto racing betting for the Formula One 2008 season begins with the Australian Grand Prix from Melbourne on March 16th. Auto racing betting fans also have another race in March in Formula 1 betting as the circuit has the Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix on March 23rd. 

The month of April has some nice auto racing betting races with the Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix on April 6th and the Gran Premio de Espana Telefonica on April 27th. The circuit in May gives auto racing betting gamblers two races. There is the Petrol Ofisi Turkish Grand Prix on May 11th and the Grand Prix de Monaco on May 25th. There are also two races in June for auto racing betting gamblers. The Grand Prix du Canada is run on June 8th while the Grand Prix de France is run June 22nd. July has the Santander British Grand Prix for auto racing betting gamblers on July 6th. The Grosser Preis von Deutschland is on July 18th for auto racing betting gamblers. F1 betting in August has the Magyar Nagydij in Budapest on August 3rd and the Grand Prix of Europe on August 24th. September has auto racing betting from the Belgian Grand Prix on September 7th and the Gran Premio Santander d’Italia on September 14th, and the SingTel Singapore Grand Prix on September 28th. October for auto racing betting gamblers has the Fuji Television Japanese Grand Prix on October 12th and the Sinopec Chinese Grand Prix on October 19th. The final race of the F1 betting season in 2008 is the Grande Premio do Brasil on November 2nd.

Here is the 2008 Formula One Schedule:

16-Mar Australia
23-Mar Malaysia
6-Apr Bahrain
27-Apr Spain
11-May Turkey
25-May Monaco
8-Jun Canada
22-Jun France
6-Jul Great Britain
20-Jul Germany
3-Aug Hungary
24-Aug Europe
7-Sep Belgium
14-Sep Italy
28-Sep Singapore
12-Oct Japan
19-Oct China
2-Nov Brazil

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