F1 Australian Grand Prix 2020 Enhanced Odds

F1 Australian Grand Prix 2020
Betting Odds & Offers

Sport: Motor Racing
Starts: 12th Mar 2020
Ends: 16th Mar 2020
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Official website: http://www.grandprix.com.au

What are the Australian Grand Prix odds? At our last check:

Lewis Hamilton, 7/4.

Valtteri Bottas, 7/2.

Max Verstappen, 7/2.

Charles Leclerc, 4/1.

Sebastian Vettel, 5/1.

Alexander Albon, 25/1.

Lando Norris, 100/1.

Carlos Sainz Jr., 100/1.

Esteban Ocon, 150/1.

Use the green tabs to see the current Australian Grand Prix betting odds and find out what free bets and welcome offers the bookies currently have.

Have a look at the previous winners below, and the event details section above as it will give you the 2020 dates, location and a link to their official website.

Wondering what other sports events are happening this month? Check out Freebetslad's Sports Calendar and see what odds the bookies are offering on those competitions as well as a few more quiz questions and interesting sports facts.

Australian Grand Prix Winners:

2009 - Jenson Button, Brawn-Mercedes.

2010 - Jenson Button, McLaren-Mercedes.

2011 - Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull-Renault.

2012 - Jenson Button, McLaren-Mercedes.

2013 - Kimi Raikkonen, Lotus-Renault.

2014 - Nico Rosberg, Mercedes.

2015 - Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes.

2016 - Nico Rosberg, Mercedes.

2017 - Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari.

2018 - Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari.

2019 - Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes.

The F1 2020 season starts with a bang down under in Melbourne.

The Australian GP became part of the Formula One Championship in 1985 when it was then competed in Adelaide. The Race then moved to Albert Park in 1996 and has been raced there ever since. The most successful driver of the Melbourne course is Michael Schumacher with 4 wins ahead of Jenson Button with 3. McLaren are the leading constructors with 12 wins ahead of Ferrari's 10.

Formula One Betting

There are many markets to place your money on in F1. The most popular is to bet on the F1 Drivers Championship as an outright, a competition that Hamilton has dominated in recent years.

Another popular market is to place a bet on who will get pole. This tends to be quite an exciting option as it usually comes down to the final few seconds of qualifying and is often between 4 or 5 drivers. Betting on pole position at the Australian Grand Prix also matters a bit more as it's first P1 of the season!

What are the odds on the F1 Drivers Championship 2020? At Freebetslad's last check:

Lewis Hamilton, 4/6.

Charles Leclerc, 11/2.

Max Verstappen, 13/2.

Valterri Bottas, 15/2.

Sebastian Vettel, 13/2.

Alexander Albon, 100/1.

Daniel Ricciardo, 1000/1.

Lando Norris, 1000/1.

What are the odds on the F1 Constructors Championship?:

Mercedes, 7/19.

Ferrari, 7/2.

Red Bull, 19/4.

Mclaren, 300/1.

Renault, 250/1.

Use the bookie tabs above to see latest odds.

F1 Australian Grand Prix News Headlines

“The Underdog Has to Have a Chance to Win” – F1 CEO Chase Carey
- In fact, the last non-Mercedes, Ferrari or Red Bull win was Lotus in 2013, courtesy Kimi Raikkonen in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.

F1 commits to environmental change with UN's Climate Action Framework
- Formula 1's new season kicks off on 15th March in the Australian Grand Prix as reigning champion Lewis Hamilton looks to retain his title.

Carey says new Concorde Agreement in 'final stages'
- The last team outside of the top three to win a race was Lotus in 2013, which triumphed in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix thanks to Kimi ...

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