Bet on the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and win big with Formula 1 betting odds (video)

Oct 30, 2013

Formula 1 betting Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Nov 1-3

Vettel may be the crowned champion, but there’s still plenty to fight for and naturally wager on in the remainder of the Formula 1 betting season.

Yes, Sebastian Vettel is this year’s Formula 1 Champion. Yes, the German has won 6 races in a row. Well, while Michael Schumacher’s 7 races in a row achievement might be close, the 9 consecutive wins record held by Alberto Ascari is still far.

While the season is almost over, with only three races to go, and both Driver’s and Constructor’s champions known, there’s still plenty to look forward to and wager on. For example Kimi Raikkonen can still beat Alonso to the punch and win second spot. Naturally, the battle between Mercedes and Ferrari for second Constructor’s place is hotter than ever with just 4 points between the teams. Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is always an attraction with its fierce competitive track and traditionally rewarding odds from online bookmakers.

Outright winner

Betway

Bet365 Bovada
Vettel 1.40
2/5
1.40
Alonso 23.00
20/1 23.00
Button
301.00
300/1 301.00
Hamilton 17.00
16/1 19.00
Webber
5.00
7/2
5.00
Raikkonen 23.00 22/1 23.00
Rosberg 26.00
25/1
29.00
Massa
101.00
100/1
101.00

JackpotFinder-approved establishments Bovada, Bet365, and Betway continue their extensive Formula 1 betting coverage. These online betting destinations not only offer an impressive selection of highly competitive odds, but also provide punters with useful mobile betting services allowing them to enjoy wagering from anywhere they are. Check out the Outright Winner odds in our table.

The situation is clear: Bovada gives Vettel his shortest odds yet for his win in Abu Dhabi: 1.40, the rest of the field is valued as follows: Webber at 5.00, Grosjean at 15.00, Hamilton with 19.00, Alonso and Raikkonen at 23.00. Bovada is confident a Red Bull car will be the winner on Sunday with a line of 1.06, while Lotus is next with 9.00, Mercedes – at 12.00, and Ferrari far behind with 21.00.

Qualifying odds at Bet365 are also pretty standard with Vettel in the lead at 2/7, Webber right behind with 7/2, Hamilton next with 9/1, Rosberg at 16/1, Grosjean – 25/1, Raikkonen and Alonso with 66/1. If you’re not tired of Vettel just yet, Bet365 offers a set of special odds for the young champion. Vettel to be the first one to pit: 7/1, to be the last one to pit:  14/1, Sebastian to get caught speeding in the pit lane: 33/1, and score a hat-trick (pole, win, fastest lap): 6/4.

While the pressure is off in both Driver’s and Constructor’s races, punters are free to unwind betting on adrenaline-filled events. Betway accepts wagers on Max Chilton, Jules Bianchi, Giedo van der Garde, and Charles Pic to win the race at a staggering 5001.00 line. The likes of Daniel Ricciardo, Nico Hulkenberg, Adrian Sutil, and Paul Di Resta are valued at 1001.00 to win the race on Sunday.

Bovada, Bet365, and Betway online bookies welcome players from around the world offering a highly competitive set of odds for the upcoming Formula 1 betting Grand Prix. Besides pre-race lines, there will be a huge selection of live betting odds providing punters with highly exciting ways to wager and watch the event live at the same time. Bovada is also pretty confident about the winning car, giving Red Bull a line of 1.06, Lotus – 9.00 odds, Mercedes – 12.00, and Ferrari – a distant 21.00 line.