Formula 1 Predictions & Betting Tips

Free Formula 1 predictions from our expert tipsters. The latest F1 betting tips, race previews and best odds.

Free Formula 1 predictions from our expert tipsters. The latest F1 betting tips, race previews and best odds.

Latest Formula 1 Predictions

Fernando Alonso vs Esteban Ocon 16:00 Sun 31/07 - Hungarian Grand Prix

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Pierre Gasly vs Yuki Tsunoda 16:00 Sun 31/07 - Hungarian Grand Prix

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Max Verstappen vs Sergio Perez 16:00 Sun 31/07 - Hungarian Grand Prix

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Sebastian Vettel vs Lance Stroll 16:00 Sun 31/07 - Hungarian Grand Prix

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Alex Albon vs Nicholas Latifi 16:00 Sun 31/07 - Hungarian Grand Prix

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Valtteri Bottas vs Guanyu Zhou 16:00 Sun 31/07 - Hungarian Grand Prix

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Kevin Magnussen vs Mick Schumacher 16:00 Sun 31/07 - Hungarian Grand Prix

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Lewis Hamilton vs George Russell 16:00 Sun 31/07 - Hungarian Grand Prix

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Lando Norris vs Daniel Ricciardo 16:00 Sun 31/07 - Hungarian Grand Prix

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Charles Leclerc vs Carlos Sainz 16:00 Sun 31/07 - Hungarian Grand Prix

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Free Formula 1 Predictions

When it comes to Motor Sports, there are none bigger than F1, with this sport attracting a global audience of billions who tune in to watch the best drivers in the business compete in a wide range of Grand Prix. When the season is in full flow, you can visit Sportsgambler.com and access free Formula 1 predictions for every race throughout the campaign. We will provide Formula 1 betting tips on the winner along with the drivers who we expect to potentially land pole position or be in the points when the chequered flag is waved.

F1 Predictions for the World Championship

Many people like to bet on the driver that is going to be crowned champion at the end of an Formula 1 season. The winner usually operates for one of the leading constructors, although this is an antepost market that is updated on a regular basis after each race has taken place. Therefore, we recommend you visit Sportsgambler.com where you can find F1 predictions for the World Championship and we look at the possibility of backing a driver as a win-only wager or alternatively going down the route of gambling each-way.

Formula 1 Betting Tips Today

While there are only a handful of drivers that can win the F1 World Championship each year, there are a bigger pool of contenders that can compete for each individual race. Our free Formula 1 betting tips focus on the potential Grand Prix winner when the latest event comes around, while you can also bet on a podium finish for a particular driver and they are often available at big odds. Just as for other motor sports such as NASCAR or Indycar, there is also a market for a Points Finish along with whether each participant will actually complete the race in question. You can even bet on qualifying ahead of each race taking place.

Expert F1 Betting Tips

The Circuit de Monaco in Monte Carlo plays host to the the most prestigious race Monaco GP, with the world’s best drivers having to navigate the tight and twisting course in this principality. Free F1 betting tips for the Monaco Grand Prix are provided by our team and it often comes down to fuel strategy along with which drivers are able to get a profitable position on the grid. We might make some Formula 1 predictions on qualifying and readers can access our information for free before deciding which way to bet.

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Best Formula 1 Odds

If you take a moment to compare the different bookmaker odds for any sport, you will notice that the prices are different. This certainly applies to F1 and most popular motor sports such as Indycar and NASCAR and that’s why it pays to have more than one bookie account. It might be the case that the driver you want to back is 2.00 (even money) with one gambling operator and 2.10 (11/10) with another. Grabbing the value where possible means you don’t have to bet as many winners in order to make an overall profit on your Formula 1 betting. The odds will also fluctuate and that’s particularly the case when the race starts and we have In-Play markets.

Formula 1 Previews

There are a large number of races that make up the season over a series of months, with the Formula 1 previews available for every Grand Prix. We provide both season and individual race previews and look at the drivers who are performing best of all, while we can often identify some value beyond the winning driver market. There is the chance to bet on a competitor to land a podium spot or alternatively simply be among the points. You can also wager on Pole Position and the Fastest Lap.

F1 Schedule 2022

18-20 March: Bahrain Grand Prix (Bahrain International), 25-27 March: Saudi Arabian Grand Prix (Jeddah Corniche), 08-10 April: Australian Grand Prix (Albert Park), 22-24 April: Gran Premio del Made In Italy e Dell'Emilia-Romagna (Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari), 06-08 May: Miami Grand Prix (Miami International Autodrome), 20-22 May: Spanish Grand Prix (Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya), 27-29 May: Monaco Grand Prix (Circuit de Monaco), 10-12 June: Azerbaijan Grand Prix (Baku City), 17-19 June: Canadian Grand Prix (Circuit Gilles-Velleneuve), 01-03 July: British Grand Prix (Silverstone), 08-10 July: Austrian Grand Prix (Red Bull Ring).

22-24 July: French Grand Prix (Circuit Paul Ricard), 29-31 July: Hungarian Grand Prix (Hungaroring), 26-28 August: Belgian Grand Prix (Spa-Francorchamps), 02-04 September: Dutch Grand Prix (Zandvoort), 09-11 September: Italian Grand Prix (Autodromo Nazionale Monza), 30 September - 02 October: Singapore Grand Prix (Marina Bay Street Circuit), 07-09 October: Japanese Grand Prix (Suzuka International Racing Course), 21-23 October: United States Grand Prix (Circuit of The Americas), 28-30 October: Mexican Grand Prix (Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez), 11-13 November: Brazilian Grand Prix (Autódromo José Carlos Pace), 18-20 November: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Yas Marina).

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The F1 calendar continues to grow. The Las Vegas Grand Prix will add a third race to take place in the US in 2023, after Austin and Miami. The Qatar Grand Prix is not present in the 2022 season, as the event changes venue to a Doha street race, but is expected to return to the calendar next year. Rumours suggest that a return to Africa is highly likely in 2023, with a South African Grand Prix taking place at the Kyalami Circuit.

F1 Drivers and Teams 2022

Alfa Romeo: Valtteri Bottas & Zhou Guanyu, AlphaTauri: Pierre Gasly & Yuki Tsunoda, Alpine: Fernando Alonso & Esteban Ocon, Aston Martin: Sebastian Vettel & Lance Stroll, Ferrari: Charles Leclerc & Carlos Sainz, Haas: Mick Schumacher & Kevin Magnussen, McLaren: Daniel Ricciardo & Lando Norris, Mercedes: Lewis Hamilton & George Russell, Red Bull: Max Verstappen & Sergio Perez, Williams: Nicholas Latifi & Alexander Albon.

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Free Formula 1 Predictions

When it comes to Motor Sports, there are none bigger than F1, with this sport attracting a global audience of billions who tune in to watch the best drivers in the business compete in a wide range of Grand Prix. When the season is in full flow, you can visit Sportsgambler.com and access free Formula 1 predictions for every race throughout the campaign. We will provide Formula 1 betting tips on the winner along with the drivers who we expect to potentially land pole position or be in the points when the chequered flag is waved.

F1 Predictions for the World Championship

Many people like to bet on the driver that is going to be crowned champion at the end of an Formula 1 season. The winner usually operates for one of the leading constructors, although this is an antepost market that is updated on a regular basis after each race has taken place. Therefore, we recommend you visit Sportsgambler.com where you can find F1 predictions for the World Championship and we look at the possibility of backing a driver as a win-only wager or alternatively going down the route of gambling each-way.

Formula 1 Betting Tips Today

While there are only a handful of drivers that can win the F1 World Championship each year, there are a bigger pool of contenders that can compete for each individual race. Our free Formula 1 betting tips focus on the potential Grand Prix winner when the latest event comes around, while you can also bet on a podium finish for a particular driver and they are often available at big odds. Just as for other motor sports such as NASCAR or Indycar, there is also a market for a Points Finish along with whether each participant will actually complete the race in question. You can even bet on qualifying ahead of each race taking place.

Expert F1 Betting Tips

The Circuit de Monaco in Monte Carlo plays host to the the most prestigious race Monaco GP, with the world’s best drivers having to navigate the tight and twisting course in this principality. Free F1 betting tips for the Monaco Grand Prix are provided by our team and it often comes down to fuel strategy along with which drivers are able to get a profitable position on the grid. We might make some Formula 1 predictions on qualifying and readers can access our information for free before deciding which way to bet.

formula-1_ferrari_sebastian-vettel.jpg

Best Formula 1 Odds

If you take a moment to compare the different bookmaker odds for any sport, you will notice that the prices are different. This certainly applies to F1 and most popular motor sports such as Indycar and NASCAR and that’s why it pays to have more than one bookie account. It might be the case that the driver you want to back is 2.00 (even money) with one gambling operator and 2.10 (11/10) with another. Grabbing the value where possible means you don’t have to bet as many winners in order to make an overall profit on your Formula 1 betting. The odds will also fluctuate and that’s particularly the case when the race starts and we have In-Play markets.

Formula 1 Previews

There are a large number of races that make up the season over a series of months, with the Formula 1 previews available for every Grand Prix. We provide both season and individual race previews and look at the drivers who are performing best of all, while we can often identify some value beyond the winning driver market. There is the chance to bet on a competitor to land a podium spot or alternatively simply be among the points. You can also wager on Pole Position and the Fastest Lap.

F1 Schedule 2022

18-20 March: Bahrain Grand Prix (Bahrain International), 25-27 March: Saudi Arabian Grand Prix (Jeddah Corniche), 08-10 April: Australian Grand Prix (Albert Park), 22-24 April: Gran Premio del Made In Italy e Dell'Emilia-Romagna (Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari), 06-08 May: Miami Grand Prix (Miami International Autodrome), 20-22 May: Spanish Grand Prix (Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya), 27-29 May: Monaco Grand Prix (Circuit de Monaco), 10-12 June: Azerbaijan Grand Prix (Baku City), 17-19 June: Canadian Grand Prix (Circuit Gilles-Velleneuve), 01-03 July: British Grand Prix (Silverstone), 08-10 July: Austrian Grand Prix (Red Bull Ring).

22-24 July: French Grand Prix (Circuit Paul Ricard), 29-31 July: Hungarian Grand Prix (Hungaroring), 26-28 August: Belgian Grand Prix (Spa-Francorchamps), 02-04 September: Dutch Grand Prix (Zandvoort), 09-11 September: Italian Grand Prix (Autodromo Nazionale Monza), 30 September - 02 October: Singapore Grand Prix (Marina Bay Street Circuit), 07-09 October: Japanese Grand Prix (Suzuka International Racing Course), 21-23 October: United States Grand Prix (Circuit of The Americas), 28-30 October: Mexican Grand Prix (Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez), 11-13 November: Brazilian Grand Prix (Autódromo José Carlos Pace), 18-20 November: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Yas Marina).

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The F1 calendar continues to grow. The Las Vegas Grand Prix will add a third race to take place in the US in 2023, after Austin and Miami. The Qatar Grand Prix is not present in the 2022 season, as the event changes venue to a Doha street race, but is expected to return to the calendar next year. Rumours suggest that a return to Africa is highly likely in 2023, with a South African Grand Prix taking place at the Kyalami Circuit.

F1 Drivers and Teams 2022

Alfa Romeo: Valtteri Bottas & Zhou Guanyu, AlphaTauri: Pierre Gasly & Yuki Tsunoda, Alpine: Fernando Alonso & Esteban Ocon, Aston Martin: Sebastian Vettel & Lance Stroll, Ferrari: Charles Leclerc & Carlos Sainz, Haas: Mick Schumacher & Kevin Magnussen, McLaren: Daniel Ricciardo & Lando Norris, Mercedes: Lewis Hamilton & George Russell, Red Bull: Max Verstappen & Sergio Perez, Williams: Nicholas Latifi & Alexander Albon.