Formula 1 2023 Betting Odds

A global sporting phenomenon with hundreds of millions of fans and punters, Formula 1 is at the pinnacle of motorsport. Every aspiring driver dreams of climbing into an F1 seat and reaching the pinnacle — the sight of the chequered flag.

It's all in the F1 title: It's the number one motorsport.

The best drivers and manufacturers in the world

No other motorsport can boast such a rich tradition of legendary drivers and car manufacturers.

Each F1 team is an engineering powerhouse in its own right, but some of them represent the tip of the technological iceberg of some of the world's largest automotive companies.

The world's best car manufacturers (Ferrari, Mercedes, Renault, etc.) hire the best drivers and engineers to ensure their cars get around a track as fast as they can. Make bets on the winner of the manufacturers' championship on our online betting platform.

The beginning of a new era

With Lewis Hamilton inching closer and closer to the end of his career, talented drivers are jostling for a place at the top of the sport. The loss of his title on the last lap of the last race was a good thing for F1 in any case, as he must now come back and try to win his eighth championship and put up a determined fight to regain the drivers' championship crown.

Max Verstappen managed to break the hold of the British driver last season. But the Dutchman deserved this 2021 championship. He was at the front most of the year, race after race. From now on, bet on the 2022 drivers' championship with Bwin.

Charles Leclerc and George Russell will surely fight for the championships over the next decade, and you can add names like Lando Norris, Esteban Ocon and Carlors Sainz Jr. to the list of exciting young drivers to come.

Recommended bets on F1 in 2022

At each Grand Prix meeting, the two most popular F1 bets are the pole position bet during qualifying and the race winner bet. Before making your bets on Formula 1, keep in mind that the winner on Sunday is very often the one who was fastest on a lap the day before.

One of the most common criticisms of F1 is that there is not enough overtaking. To remedy this, a new qualifying format is being tested. It is called sprint qualifying, and it also earns some points.

The tracks are varied

Each track is different. There are street circuits like Monaco (yes, 290 km/h on normal roads!), night races, technical races like Silverstone and desert races. FIA runs another motor racing event and is available on our online betting platform, bet on the WRC with Bwin.

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