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Formula 1 Odds: 3 Exciting Betting Markets to Check out for Abu Dhabi GP

The 2018 Formula 1 season will now come to its conclusion at Yas Marina for the Abu Dhabi GP. Read more for some betting odds offered by bookies.

Another Formula 1 season will come to an end at Yas Marina for the 2018 F1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, the final race of the 2018 calendar, on November 25.

Even with no trophies left to compete for, professional racing drivers and constructors will still fight for a good placing, as well as a huge chunk of the prize money.

Viewers at home can also increase their funds while following the race by just placing wagers on some of the odds offered by multiple online sportsbooks. Here are three markets interested bettors could check out:

1 | Betting Specials

On Sky Bet, the odds of both Stoffel Vandoorne of McLaren F1 and Marcus Ericsson of Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 to both finish in points-scoring positions are priced at 25/1. The two have scored points in only seven races combined.

Another special bet has the chance of Red Bull Racing’s Verstappen to win the race and his teammate Daniel Ricciardo to retire was at 18/1. The Red Bull drivers have faced different fates this season, with the latter retiring eight times in 20 races.


2 | Retirement, Classification

Speaking of retired cars, William Hill offers several odds on who would not finish the race and, conversely, who would pass the checkered flag.

The favorite to retire this race is McLaren’s Fernando Alonso, who would actually move away from F1 racing this season, with the 13/8 odds. Brendon Hartley of Scuderia Toro Rosso and Nico Hulkenberg of Renault Sport F1 follow the Spaniard at 2/1 each.

On the other end of the spectrum, Mercedes AMG-Petronas driver—also crowned World Champion—Lewis Hamilton and Scuderia Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel are favorites to finish the race with the odds of 1/14 each. The cars developed by top-of-the-pack factories in motorsport are reliable as expected, with only one retirement related to engine issue between the two drivers.

3 | Race Winner

On crypto sportsbook 1xBit, Hamilton and Vettel have the same odds of winning at 6/5. In the nine years of Yas Marina on the F1 calendar, the two drivers won three races each. Following them is Mercedes driver and the race winner of last year’s Grand Prix, Valtteri Bottas, at 9/2.

In addition, 1xBit offers the following odds for these drivers: Verstappen, 9/2; Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen, 14/1; and Ricciardo, 16/1.

Avid F1 fans can catch these drivers for one last time this season at Yas Marina for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on November 25, 2018.




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