For those of you out there that have a passion for betting on the drivers that you feel are going to win any upcoming Grand Prix race, you will probably have been backing the likes of Hamilton to win many of this seasos races, for he is the short odds-on favourite to win most of them.
This years Monaco Grand Prix is one such race and you really are going to have your work cut of trying to secure decent odds on him winning, as all bookies odds compilers rate him as the most likely winner of that race this year.
One bookie that has him chalked up at odds of 11/10 to win is BetFred, but you are going to have to get a move on to be in a position to secure those odds, for if the money continues to pour in for him to win those odds are going to drop even lower.
One other driver has also been attracting a decent amount of support on the early betting markets on the Monaco Grand Prix, and that driver is of course V. Bottas who looks a fair bet to win given as the odds currently attached to him are around the 9/4 mark.
It is Worth Taking a Chance on Verstappen?
The two Red Bull drivers are next in the betting, and there could always be the chance that you think it will be either of them that could in the Monaco Grand Prix, and if you do then the odds are quite appealing currently.
It is however the Red Bull drive M. Verstappen that is next in the betting for he is the third favourite to win at odds of 10/3 but you may think it will be the turn of P. Gasly to come out on top and win this race this year and if you do his odds are 12/1.
You Can Forget the Other Drivers!
I think it is very true and fair to say that the only way that one of the other drivers could possibly win the Monaco Grand Prix is if there is a major incident that knocks out each of the drivers that are listed up above.
Whilst no fan of the sport will want such an incident to occur, if you do think one will and you want to back any of the other drivers then you can get much higher win odds on each of them.
Those odds are 14/1 on Ferrari – Leclerc and Vettel and are a huge 500/1 on the likes of Hulkenberg, Grosjean, Magnussen and Ricciardo and get even higher if you do fancy the chances of Albon, Kvyat and Sainz who are all 750/1 shots.
Next you have 1000/1 on offer on the last few drivers those being Russell and Perez, Stroll, Norris, Kubica, Giovinazzi and Raikkonen, but it really is hard to make a case for any of them winning this year so do always keep that in mind!