Formula One or “F1” is the highest end of international racing for open-wheel single-seater formula racing cars. To bet on F1, you will have to pay close attention to the F1 season.
Understanding the F1 Schedule
This consists of a series of races known as Grands Prix, which take place in different tracks across the world.
Main Events for 2022
The F1 season is known as the FIA Formula One World Championship is composed of 23 races from late March until November. The 2022 version started with the Bahrain Grand Prix and concludes with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Several Grands Prix returned to the calendar after a two-year hiatus due to COVID: The Australian, Canadian, Japanese, and Singaporean Grands Prix. Along with these, the Miami Grand Prix will make its debut.
F1 odds are available as outright bets: This is when you bet on which driver or constructor you believe will win the grand prix. The constructor is the team the driver belongs to such as Ferrari or Mercedes. Be sure to check the updated F1 schedule and calendar to keep track of every race of the season.
Tips Before Betting on F1
Betting on F1 can be straightforward but also tricky. For the past few seasons, Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes, or any superstar and team, dominated and made odds top-heavy.
- It can be profitable to bet on multiple drivers; there is just one winner, but depending on the odds, you can bet on more than one winner and still walk away with a profit. Calculate the odds based on their implied probability and determine which drivers and/or constructors are worth your bet.
- The favorites do not always win the races; plenty of things happen on the track such as accidents or cars breaking down that will take out the top dogs. Even the greatest racers do not win every Grand Prix.
- Check the weather before the race; weather can play a large role in how the grand prix will turn out. Learn how each racer and constructor performs under certain conditions and how the tracks look.