The next race on the Grand Prix racing calendar is of course the Monaco Grand Prix, and as usual it is both Hamilton and Bottas that are heading the current ante post betting markets, and it is those two drivers that are being backed to win that race.
Hamilton is the current favourite to win it, however his odds being 11/10 at bookies such as BetFred do still offer a little bit of value for punters, but they are not that short that the door isn’t open for any of the other drivers to beat him.
Bottas is currently trading at 9/4 to win, and he is the driver many sports bettors and fans of Grand Prix racing are backing in the hope he does come out on top and gives those sports bettors some decent sized winning pay-outs.
If you are planning on betting on that race then there is one other driver that has been attracting some support on the early betting markets and that is Verstappen, and by shopping around you shouldn’t have too many difficulties being able to get odds of 10/3 on him winning, if of course you do fancy his chances of doing just that.
Drivers with a Slight Chance of Winning
It may be the odds you are looking for rather than the driver or team, for every now and then in a race such as this one, there is always the chance that a driver with mid ranged odds attached to them will win.
If that is something you are aware of and the odds are the one thing you are looking out for then you are going to be able to back drivers such as Gasly at 12/1 and will be able to get odds of 14/1 on the likes of Leclerc and Vettel, but each of those mid-priced drivers are going to have to have plenty of luck in the race if they are to trouble the first or second favourites.
All Other Drivers Are Outsiders to Win
Three digit and four digit odds are going to be on offer to you on the remaining drivers that will be lining up and taking their chances in the Monaco Grand Prix, however when you weigh everything up it is going to be something of a miracle if any of them do win that race.
But I may as well let you know just what odds are available on the rest of the drivers, for I am more than confident that some of you out there may fancy having a small bet on some of the huge priced outsiders to win it.
Odds of 500/1 are easy to get on drivers such as Hulkenberg, Grosjean, Magnussen and Ricciardo, but never lose track of the fact they are available at those huge odds for a reason. As for Albon, Kvyat and Sainz, well they are all 750/1.
The rest of the field are even easier to back at odds of 100/1 and for reference those drivers are Russell, Perez, Stroll, Norris, Kubica, Giovinazzi and Raikkonen.