2015 Formula 1 Championship Betting - F1 BetDSI Predictions
The Formula One series, or F1 as it is referred to by fans, gets its origins from the 1920s, but the F1 we know began in 1950 after the World Wars were completed. The season is a series of races, or Grands Prix as they are called, and the cars that F1 are known for are the fastest road cars in the world. Technology plays a huge role in the performance of the cars, and the engineers associated with F1 teams are always trying to push the envelope to get their cars more downforce in order to be faster.
Event: 66th Formula 1 Season
Date: March 15 – November 29
Location: Various cities around the world
Venue: Various tracks
The sport started in Europe and it is still the foundation on which F1 was built, but it is now popular all over the world. F1 is massively responsible for the growth of open-wheel racing not only in Europe, but in North and South America where fans wake up in the middle of the night to see their favorite F1 drivers navigate some of the world’s toughest road courses.
How To Bet On Formula 1
You have a few different options when it comes to betting on Formula 1, all of which have to do with moneyline betting. For one race, all of the competitors will be ranked in order of their odds, so you might see a driver priced at +800 to win a Grand Prix. This means you will bet $100 to win $800. The same formula is used for futures betting on who will be the drivers’ champion, as well as the constructors’ champion, which is given to the team with the most points at the end of the season. In some cases, you could also get driver-vs-driver matchup props as well.
Lewis Hamilton stopped Sebastian Vettel’s championship run at four years with his second title, and first since 2008. Hamilton, who is from the United Kingdom, also stretched their lead as the country with the most titles with 15 from ten drivers, while Germany has 11 wins from two drivers. Germany’s Michael Schumacher has won the most drivers’ titles with five.
As for constructors, Mercedes won for the third time behind Hamilton’s performance, but Ferrari still holds the all-time lead with 15.
2015 Formula One Schedule
|Australian||Melbournce Grand Prix Circuit, Melbourne||March 15th|
|Malaysian||Sepang International Circuit, Kuala Lumpur||March 29th|
|Chinese||Shanghai International Circuit, Shanghai||April 12th|
|Bahrain||Bahrain International Circuit, Bahrain||April 19th|
|Spanish||Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Barcelona||May 10th|
|Monaco||Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo||May 24th|
|Canadian||Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal||June 7th|
|Austrian||Red Bull Ring, Spielberg||June 21st|
|British||Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone||July 5th|
|Hungarian||Hungaroring, Budapest||July 26th|
|Belgian||Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot||August 23rd|
|Italian||Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Monza||September 6th|
|Singapore||Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore||September 20th|
|Japanese||Suzaka Circuit, Suzaka||September 27th|
|Russian||Sochi Autodrom, Sochi||October 11th|
|United States||Circuit of the Americas, Austin||October 25th|
|Mexican||Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, Mexico City||November 1st|
|Brazilian||Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace, Sao Paolo||November 15th|
|Abu Dhabi||Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi||November 29th|
List Of Previous Champions
|2013||Sebastian Vettel||Red Bull||Renault||9||13||16||397|
|2012||Sebastian Vettel||Red Bull||Renault||6||5||10||281|
|2011||Sebastian Vettel||Red Bull||Renault||15||11||17||392|
|2010||Sebastian Vettel||Red Bull||Renault||10||5||10||256|