Singapore Grand Prix Smart Money Bets

It will be on the Marina Bay Circuit that this year Singapore Grand Prix will be staged at next Sunday the 22nd of September 2019, and as such if you are thinking about watching but also having a bet on that race, then you should start working out which driver you think is going to win, and bet on them right now to get the bets odds possible.

As for the best odds that you can currently bag on the current favourite who is of course expected to play a major part in that Grand Prix, that being Lewis Hamilton, well most bookies have him chalked up at odds of 11/8.

You may think that it is going to be Max Verstappen that will come out on top and win the Singapore Grand Prix this year, and to be fair he does have an excellent chance of doing so, and if you are thinking about backing him then be aware that currently many bookies are offering odds of 7/4 on him.

As for whether you rate the chances of drivers such as Valtteri Bottas, well that is of course up to you however for those of you that do think he is going to shine in this race then you are surely going to be tempted to bag the odds currently being touted on him winning and those odds are 11/2.

Best Each-Way Terms on This Race

Let me now give you some idea as to just what terms are going to be on offer to you if instead of backing a driver to win the Singapore Grand Prix outright you instead opt to place an each-way bet, as most if not all bookies sites will accept such bets on this race.

The best each-way betting terms I have seen being offered on this race are one fifth of the win odds that are being paid out to three places, so keep that in mind and for reference it is bookies such as Coral that are offering such each-way betting terms buy the way.

Other Drivers Scheduled to Race

As for whether any other driver is going to win the Singapore Grand Prix, well we will have to wait and see of course but one that is in with a chance is Alexander Albon whose outright winner odds re around 13/2 currently.

Just two other drivers have what you would call a reasonable chance of winning and they are Charles Leclerc at 10/1 and Sebastian Vettel at 12/1 but whether they will win this year remains to be seen, but they are not without their respective chances that is very true and fair to say.

I wouldn’t bother backing any of the other drivers those being the outsiders in this race to win or even get placed, for the odds are so huge bookies do know those other drivers chance are zero of either winning or getting places, and for example you can back Carlos Sainz, Daniel Ricciardo, Lando Norris and Nico Hulkenberg at odds of 750/1 which shows you how tiny their chances are of winning.