Formula One Betting Odds

F1 betting for the 2016 season, which begins in Australia on 20 March and ends 21 races later in Abu Dhabi on 27 November. For more information visit the official F1 site.

Formula One Outrights

Drivers Championship

Participant nameOddsBookieAll odds

Lewis Hamilton

4/6

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Nico Rosberg

3

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Sebastian Vettel

4

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Kimi Raikkonen

40

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Fernando Alonso

50

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