F1 Races

While every F1 track brings excitement, there are still certain F1 races that are much more anticipated.

Every race matters for the F1 drivers and constructors who are eagerly trying to finish the season at the top. After every race, points are awarded to each driver that finishes in the top 10. 25 for 1st, 18 for 2nd, 15 for 3rd, 12 for 4th, 10 for 5th, 8 for 6th, 6 for 7th, 4 for 8th, 2 for 9th and 1 for 10th.

When looking at Formula 1 odds to win a race, it’s important to know how that driver has performed on that track and similar tracks in the past.

2023 F1 Circuits & GPs

Bahrain Logo

Bahrain GP

Bahrain International Circuit
Date: Mar. 5 – 9:00 am
Winner: Max Verstappen

Saudi Arabian GP

Jeddah Street Circuit
Date:  Mar. 19 – 11:00 am
Winner: Sergio Pérez

Australian GP

Australian GP

Albert Park Circuit
Date:  Apr. 1 – 11:00 pm
Winner: Max Verstappen

Azerbaijan Grand Prix

Azerbaijan GP

Baku City Circuit
Date: Apr. 30 – 5:00 am
Winner: Sergio Pérez

Miami GP

Miami International Autrodome
Date:  May. 7 – 1:30 pm
Winner: Max Verstappen

Emilia Romagna Grand Prix

Emilia-Romagna GP

Autodromo Enzo E Dino Ferrari
Date: May. 21 – 7:00 am
Winner: Postponed

Monaco GP

Circuit de Monaco
Date: May. 28 – 7:00 am
Winner: Max Verstappen

Spanish GP

Circuit de Catalunya
Date: Jun. 4 – 7:00 am
Winner: Max Verstappen

Canadian GP

Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
Date: Jun. 18 – 12:00 pm
Winner: Max Verstappen

Austrian GP

Red Bull Ring Circuit
Date: Jul. 2 – 7:00 am
Winner: Max Verstappen

British GP

Silverstone Circuit
Date: Sun, Jul 9, 08:00
Winner: Max Verstappen

Hungarian GP

Hungaroring Circuit
Date:  Jul. 23 – 7:00 am
Winner: Max Verstappen

Belgian GP

Spa-Francorchamps Circuit
Date: Jul. 30 – 7:00 am
Winner: Max Verstappen

Dutch GP

Zandvoort Circuit
Date: Ago. 27 – 7:00 am
Winner: Max Verstappen

Italian GP

Autodromo Nazionale Monza
Date: Sep. 3 – 7:00 am
Winner: Max Verstappen

Singapore GP

Marina Bay Street Circuit
Date: Sep. 17 – 6:00 am
Winner: Carlos Sainz

Japanese GP

Suzuka Circuit
Date:  Sep. 23 – 11:00 pm
Winner: TDB

Qatar GP

Losail International Circuit
Date: Oct. 8 – 8:00 am
Winner: TDB

United States GP

Circuit of the Americas
Date:  Oct. 22 – 1:00 pm
Winner: TDB

Mexican GP

Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez
Date:  Oct. 29 – 2:00 pm
Winner: TDB

Brazilian GP

Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace Interlagos
Date: Nov. 5 – 11:00 am
Winner: TDB

Las Vegas GP

Las Vegas Street Circuit
Date: Nov. 19 – 12:00 am
Winner: TDB

Abu Dhabi GP

Yas Marina Circuit
Date: Nov. 26 – 7:00 am
Winner: TDB

Formula 1 Races

One of the biggest races on the entire Formula 1 schedule is the Monaco Grand Prix. People from all over the world flock to Monaco to see one of the sport’s most prestigious races. Another big race on the Formula 1 schedule is the British Grand Prix. This track has been popular, but it being the home to seven-time champion Lewis Hamilton makes it even more electric.

It was a big deal this season when F1 went to Miami. The sport has become much more popular in the last year, which likely prompted F1 to consider a race there. Because of its atmosphere, some people have called it the modern Monaco. It was also announced that the F1 season would be adding another race in the United States, this time adding Las Vegas to its schedule for the 2023 season.

2022 F1 Recap & Highlights

Bahrain GPMarch 20, 2022Charles LECLERC – Ferrari
Saudi Arabian GPMarch 27, 2022Max VERSTAPPEN – Red Bull
Australian GPApril 10, 2022Charles LECLERC – Ferrari
Emilia-Romagna GPApril 24, 2022Max VERSTAPPEN – Red Bull
Miami GPMay 8, 2022Max VERSTAPPEN – Red Bull
Spanish GPMay 22, 2022Max VERSTAPPEN – Red Bull
Monaco GPMay 29, 2022Sergio PEREZ – Red Bull
Azerbaijan GPJune 12, 2022Max VERSTAPPEN – Red Bull
Canadian GPJune 19, 2022Max VERSTAPPEN – Red Bull
British GPJuly 3, 2022Carlos SAINZ – Ferrari
Austrian GPJuly 10, 2022Charles LECLERC – Ferrari
French GPJuly 24, 2022Max VERSTAPPEN – Red Bull
Hungarian GPJuly 31, 2022Max VERSTAPPEN – Red Bull
Belgian GPAugust 28, 2022Max VERSTAPPEN – Red Bull
Dutch GPSeptember 4, 2022Max VERSTAPPEN – Red Bull
Italian GPSeptember 11, 2022Max VERSTAPPEN – Red Bull
Singapore GPOctober 2, 2022Sergio PEREZ- Red Bull
Japanese GPOctober 9, 2022Max VERSTAPPEN – Red Bull
United States GPOctober 23, 2022Max VERSTAPPEN- Red Bull
Mexican GPOctober 30, 2022Max VERSTAPPEN- Red Bull
Brazilian GPNovember 13, 2022George Russell
Abu Dhabi GPNovember 20, 2022Max VERSTAPPEN- Red Bull

Formula 1 Races Betting Tips

While the race winner bet is the easiest to make, the odds may not be great. Consider other bet types such as place betting, which can be more exciting and offer the potential to win more money.

The pole driver usually has negative odds, so betting on drivers in the next few spots can offer greater value. It’s easiest to win from the first few rows, so consider looking for drivers who are starting near the front of the grid.

Some popular Formula 1 bet types include to-win bets, podium finish bets, head-to-head bets, pole position bets, proposition bets, and future bets. To-win bets are the most common, where you simply bet on who you think will win the race. Other bet types may offer better value or a different type of excitement.

Such as past performance, track history, and current form when making your predictions. It’s also important to keep an eye on any changes to the weather or track conditions, as these can significantly affect race outcomes.

Stay up to date with the latest news and information about the drivers and teams. Follow the sport closely and read up on any developments that may impact the race. This will help you make more informed betting decisions.

F1 Races FAQs

What is the history of Formula 1?

Formula 1 was inaugurated for the first time in 1950 and has been entertaining gearheads for the last six decades. For those who know nothing about the racing sport, a typical Formula 1 season is composed of a series of races that are commonly referred to as the “Grand Prix.”

How does the qualifying process work?

During the qualifying process, drivers take to the track in an effort to set the quickest time during the allotted time frame. In Q1, all drivers take part, and the slowest five cars are eliminated. In Q2, the remaining drivers aim to record one of the top 10 quickest times. If they don’t, they are eliminated and do not move on to Q3.

Why is it called Formula 1?

The sport’s governing body, the Association Internationale des Automobile Clubs Reconnus (AIACR), hosted the European Championship between 1931 and 1939, which was a World Championship in all but name. The formula referred to the set of rules and regulations that governed the championship, while the number 1 was used to denote the championship’s status as the top level of motorsport.

What are the different types of tracks used in Formula 1?

Formula 1 races are held on a variety of tracks, including permanent circuits, street circuits, and hybrid tracks that combine public roads with dedicated sections of track. The type of track used can have a significant impact on the race, with some tracks favoring certain teams or drivers.

How are points awarded in Formula 1 races?

Points are awarded to the top 10 finishers in each race, with the winner receiving 25 points and the runner-up receiving 18 points. The third-place finisher receives 15 points, while the fourth-place finisher receives 12 points. The points awarded gradually decrease down to 1 point for the 10th-place finisher. Points are also awarded for the fastest lap and for finishing in the top 10 during qualifying.
Back to top button

Point Spreads Logo

email icon

Bet like a PRO!

email icon

Subscribe now and get Weekly Expert Free Picks