Lewis Hamilton has been cut to a best price of 11/2 with BetFred for the 2012 Driver’s Championship after his second grand prix win of the season. The McLaren racer (pictured) put a period of poor form behind him to win the Hungarian Grand Prix from pole position on Sunday and is now just 47Read More
F1 Betting Tips
Welcome to the VIP Gambler’s F1 betting tips section. We provide tips here throughout the F1 season on all the races in the calendar. The VIP Gambler previews include detailed analysis of the teams, drivers and Formula One betting market.
Our Formula One tipster is Joesph Fitzpatrick. Joe is an F1 guru and and has been a fan of the sport for a number of years. His picks for us throughout 2011 proved very lucrative and we anticipate more of the same during the coming season.
Although Formula One has been dominated by Sebastian Vettel over the last couple of season, there are still many betting opportunities available and this year could well be a much more open championship.
It is important to make your Forumla One betting as profitable as possible so not only do we have Ryan to highlight the best bets for the F1 races, we also identify the best betting odds for our visitors. Our previews are always online early and provide all the information you need to make your Forumla One betting more profitable.
Here’s our latest F1 betting tips, news and previews:
Fernando Alonso is now odds-on to win the 2012 Drivers’ Championship after his German Grand Prix victory yesterday. Tipped by The VIP Gambler at 9/2, Alonso held off late challenges from McLaren’s Jenson Button and Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel to win his third grand prix of the season. The Spaniard is now 34 points clear of MarkRead More
Each day our tipsters search the bookies for their best bet from the sport on offer. Today’s VIP Gamble comes courtesy of the Formula 1 German Grand Prix – we are advising Red Bull to be the top scoring team in today’s race. Both Red Bull drivers impressed in very wet and testing qualifying stagesRead More
The VIP Gambler’s outright tip, Fernando Alonso, is now 2/1 to win the German Grand Prix after qualifying on pole position. But despite the Drivers’ Championship leader starting at the front of the grid Sebestian Vettel, who qualified second, remains the race favourite at 15/8 with Betfred. British Grand Prix winner Mark Webber was thirdRead More
The German Grand Prix sees Formula 1 return this Sunday after having the last two weeks to dry off from its Silverstone soaking. Mark Webber’s win in the British GP last time out saw the Red Bull driver join Fernando Alonso in the two-wins club and the pair are sitting clear at the top ofRead More
Formula 1 returns this weekend in the form of the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim – and to mark the occasion William Hill have opened a specials market for the home drivers. Hills are offering odds of 15/8 that one of the five German drivers on the circuit takes the chequered flag, quite generous whenRead More
Red Bull’s Mark Webber won the British Grand Prix at a rainy Silverstone yesterday, beating Fernando Alonso, who led for most of the race, into second. Webber’s victory sees him cut Alonso’s lead to 13 points at the top of the Drivers’ Championship – but despite lying in second the Australian is still available atRead More
They’ve only just finished handing back a six-figure sum to punters in a Euro 2012 money-back special triggered by Spain’s victory last night – but BetVictor are already at it again. The bookies formerly known as Victor Chandler are promising to refund all losing bets on Lewis Hamilton to win the British Grand Prix ifRead More
The Formula 1 circus stops in Blighty this weekend for the British Grand Prix with the different-winner-in-every-race record finally curtailed at seven. Fernando Alonso, from 11th on the grid, won the European Grand Prix in Valencia last time out to add to his chequered flag from the Chinese GP. Yet the consistancy born out ofRead More
With Euro 2012 money-back specials being refunded all over the place the bookies have taken a battering so far this summer – but one sport they can count on for raking their money back is Formula 1. The 2012 F1 season has been the most unpredictable ever with a record seven different winners in sevenRead More