The biggest race in F1 betting was held in Monaco over the weekend and Aussie Mark Webber not only took the checkered flag but he also took the lead in the Driver Cup competition.
It was another spectacular day for not only the up and coming Webber, but the entire Red Bull team, as his teammate German driver Sebastian Vettel finished second, to give the team a 1-2 podium finish and a lead in the F1 odds team competition.
Webber has been nearly perfect of late and by far the most impressive driver in the F1 betting. He’s been excellent in training as evidenced by his two straight pole positions in Barcelona and Monaco and on race day as well. He’s got two wins in his last two F1 betting competitions and seems to get better with every F1 odds race that comes along.
He now sits atop the Drivers standings with 78 points. But after another terrific race by Vettel, the teammates actually share the top, tied at 79 points. Spaniard Fernando Alonso sits third in the F1 betting competition just three points back with 75 points.
Jenson Button the defending F1 odds world champ who led for the first month and a half of the season has fallen off the lead and now sits in fourth with 70 points. He and his McClaren team have had a tough go of it lately in the F1 betting as he failed to score a single point at Monaco. His teammate Lewis Hamilton managed a fifth-place finish at Monaco but between the two drivers they’ve scored just 20 points combined in the past two races after jumping out to an enormous early season lead in the F1 betting competition.
In the team table of the F1 odds competition McClaren has dropped all the way to third in the table after dominating the first few F1 wagering events. Red Bull is 20 points (156 points) clear at the top of the F1 team betting competition after its second 1-2 finish of the year (Grand Prix of Malaysia was the other) and has scored an unbelievable 83 points over the past two races.
Ferrari has slowly climbed its way up in the team competition as well and now sits second with 136 points after a very consistent performance over the past three races.