Apart from some fairly large bets being placed on the favourite to win tomorrow’s German Grand Prix, I wouldn’t say that it is a major sporting event that is attracting plenty of bets and wagers from punters, however it may just be one that you do fancy having a financial interest in, and if so read on.
All of the drivers that are going to be lining up tomorrow and taking part in the German Grand Prix are listed below and you will also find just what odds are being offered on each of them too, but be aware the odds listed below are subject to change at any time, as per the volumes of wagers placed on any driver.
Most fans of this sport will know that when it comes to events such as the German Grand Prix there is always going to be one driver that will be leading the betting markets, and that driver is of course L. Hamilton who is generally being offer to win this race at odds of 4/5.
If there is one other driver that may just upstaged Hamilton tomorrow it is the vastly experienced and highly skilled V. Bottas, and he does offer much better value to those of you out there that are prepared to back him for his is being offered at odds of 7/2 right now.
Who Else Could Win?
Any driver may find themselves in front at some stage of the German Grand Prix tomorrow and could actually go on to win this race at some huge odds, but there are not many other drivers that are being backed right now by punter.
The few that are being backed, but not with huge amounts of cash include the likes of C. Leclerc at 6/1 followed very closely in the betting by both S. Vettel and M. Verstappen who can both be backed right now at odds of 13/2.
Triple and Quadruple Digit Odds on All Other Drivers
I doubt there will be a huge number of you out there that are going to be looking any further than those drivers listed up above as to the ones that you fancy betting on to win the German Grand Prix this year, but there are some huge odds attached to all other drivers.
Take drivers such as P. Gasly he is being offered at odds of around the 125/1 mark and if you rate the chance of drivers such as D. Ricciardo, L. Norris, C. Sainz and R. Grosjean then you are going to be able o secure even higher odds of 750/1 which are also the same as the odds attached to drivers such as N. Hulkenberg and K. Raikkonen too.
The last few drivers that I haven’t yet mentioned are probably ones that you could never expect to win this race, and with odds of 1000/1 being offered on D. Kvyat, S. Perez, R. Kubica, A. Albon, L. Stroll, A. Giovinazzi, K. Magnussen and G. Russell I doubt any of you out there will be backing any of them.