All eyes will be on the Marina Bay Circuit next Sunday, that being the 22nd of September, for that is the day of course when the Singapore Grand Prix is being run, and there are plenty of punters already backing the drivers that they rate and they think are going to win that annual event.
The one driver that should win, if the current state of the early betting is anything to go by, is of course the highly talented and experienced Lewis Hamilton and bookies across the land are offering odds on him winning outright of 11/8.
Anything can of course happen during the running on any Grand Prix, and if you feel that this year it will not be Hamilton that will win it one other driver that will be ready to step up to the mark and has every chance in the world of beating Hamilton is Max Verstappen who is the current second favourite to win at odds of 7/4
The next driver in the betting is Valtteri Bottas, and whist probably not many of you out there think that he will win, for those of you that do you will be rewarded with some very respectable odds right now and for reference those odds are as high as 11/2 at many betting sites and bookies shops too.
Each-Way Betting Opportunities
Whilst the odds on the first and second favourite are what they are, that does of course mean there is no value to be had by backing them each-way, but if you fancy the chance of any other driver then the very best course of action may be an each-way bet.
The terms offered by bookies on each-way bets struck with them will vary, but do not bet with a bookie that is paying out to fewer than three places at anything less than one fifth of the win odds is my advice.
Could Any Other Driver Win?
Any other driver could of course end up winning this year’s Singapore Grand Prix and one that may just do at some slightly higher odds than those of the drivers up above is Alexander Albon at 13/2,
I would not put you off either backing drivers like Charles Leclerc at 10/1 or Sebastian Vettel at 12/1 as with a little bit of luck as they are working their way around the circuit this year either of them may just end up winning.
It should be any of the above drivers that fill the top three posits in the Singapore Grand Prix this year, and with odd on Carlos Sainz, Daniel Ricciardo, Lando Norris and Nico Hulkenberg all being 750/1 and even higher odds on all other drivers, there is no chance any other drivers will win or get placed unless something unexpected happens in the race this year.