2021 Formula 1 Constructors Championship Odds Tracker
- Track Formula 1 Constructors Championship odds for all top competitors
- Mercedes is the favorite to win the 2021 F1 Constructors Championship
- See the winners of every 2021 F1 Grand Prix
We’ve been tracking the 2021 Formula 1 Constructors’ Championship odds for all constructors since they became available and have charted them on this page. The graphs below are generated by calculating the average from a selection of trusted sportsbooks.
Top Formula 1 Constructors Championship Contenders
- [Aug 3]: Mercedes has overtaken the top spot in the odds for the 2021 F1 Constructors Championship. Esteban Ocon won his first race of his F1 career at the Hungarian Grand Prix, however Alpine’s odds have not moved.
- [July 19]: After Lewis Hamilton won his first race since May at the British Grand Prix this past weekend, Merecedes’ average odds to win the Constructors have shortened from +317 to +153.
- [July 5]: Step aside Mercedes, Red Bull is here to stay. After winning their fifth race in a row, Red Bull’s average odds to win the 2021 Constructors Championship have shortened to -525.
- [June 30]: Red Bull has now won four races in a row and have a commanding lead in the 2021 Constructors Championship. Red Bull’s average odds to win have dropped to -223. Mercedes’ odds have increased to +167.
- [June 22]: Verstappen won the 2021 French Grand Prix as Red Bull has overtaken Mercedes as the favorite to win the Constructors. Red Bull’s average odds have shortened to -161, while Mercedes’ average odds have increased to +115.
- [June 7]: Red Bull continues to narrow the gap on Merceds for the 2021 Constructors Championship. Sergio Perez won in Azerbaijan, while Verstappen did not finish. Red Bull’s average odds have shortened to +108, while Merecedes’ average odds have increased to -147 with neither Hamilton or Bottas claiming points this past weekend.
- [May 25]: Red Bull took full advantage of Mercedes’ disappointing race in Monaco. Verstappen won while Sergio Perez finished fourth, moving their odds to win the Constructors to +198. Hamilton finished seventh in Monaco, while Bottas was forced to retire from the race because of a tire issue. Mercedes’ average odds have lengthened to -273.
- [May 10]: Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes had another dominating week at the Spanish Grand Prix. Hamilton emerge victorious, while Bottas finished third place. Their average odds have shortened from -260 to -610. Red Bull’s average odds have narrowly increased to +363.
- [May 3]: Mercedes came out on top at the Portuguese Grand Prix. Hamilton won the race, while Bottas claimed a podium finish in third place. Mercedes’ average odds to win the Constructors Championship have shortened from -200 to -260.
- [Apr 19]: Red Bull came away with the most points at the Italian Grand Prix. Red Bull’s Max Verstappen finished P1, while Sergio Perez finished P11. Red Bull’s average odds have shortened from +203 to +148. McLaren had a solid finish as well with Norris finishing P3 and Ricciardo finishing P6.
- [Mar 29]: Mercedes dominated the Bahrain Grand Prix and gained some serious points on Red Bull as Lewis Hamilton finished P1 and Valterri Bottas finished P3. Red Bull’s Max Verstappen finished P2, while Sergio Perez finished P5. Mercedes’ average odds to win the Constructors Championship has lengthened to -288.
- [Mar 24]: A few days before the first race of the 2021 F1 season, Red Bull has narrowed the gap with Mercedes. Red Bull’s average odds have shrunk to +215. Not to mention, McLaren has made a move in the odds shortening from +8167 to +3200.
- [Mar 1]: Little odds movement to note as we inch closer to the 2021 F1 season starting March 28th with the Bahrain Grand Prix. Red Bull’s average odds stay around +340, while Mercedes becomes an even bigger favorite at -500.
- [Jan 18]: Mercedes is still the odds-on favorite, but Alpine Racing has seen their average odds jump from +6600 to +8000
- [Dec 15]: Mercedes has opened as a huge favorite with average odds of -475. Red Bull sits behind Mercedes in the opening odds at +340
2021 Formula 1 Constructors Championship Odds
|Constructor||Odds at DraftKings|
Odds as of August 3rd
Past 10 Constructors Championship Winners
Mercedes has won their seventh straight championship in 2020. Ferrari is the only other constructor to win anywhere close to Mercedes’ consecutive titles, enjoying an uninterrupted six-year reign from 1999-2004.
Constructors with the Most Championships
When it comes to Constructors’ Championships, everyone is still looking up at Ferrari. The Italians were nearly unbeatable at the turn of the century, winning seven titles from 2000-08.
2021 Formula 1 Schedule and Results
|Bahrain Grand Prix||March 28th, 2021||Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)|
|Italian Grand Prix||April 18th, 2021||Max Verstappen (Red Bull)|
|Portugal Grand Prix||May 2nd, 2021||Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)|
|Spanish Grand Prix||May 9th, 2021||Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)|
|Monaco Grand Prix||May 23rd, 2021||Max Verstappen (Red Bull)|
|Azerbaijan Grand Prix||June 6th, 2021||Sergio Perez (Red Bull)|
|French Grand Prix||June 20th, 2021||Max Verstappen (Red Bull)|
|Austrian Grand Prix||June 27th, 2021||Max Verstappen (Red Bull)|
|Austrian Grand Prix||July 4th, 2021||Max Verstappen (Red Bull)|
|British Grand Prix||July 18th, 2021||Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)|
|Hungarian Grand Prix||August 1st, 2021||Esteban Ocon (Alpine)|
|Belgian Grand Prix||August 29th, 2021||N/A|
|Dutch Grand Prix||September 5th, 2021||N/A|
|Italian Grand Prix||September 12th, 2021||N/A|
|Russian Grand Prix||September 26th, 2021||N/A|
|Singapore Grand Prix||October 3rd, 2021||N/A|
|Japanese Grand Prix||October 10th, 2021||N/A|
|United States Grand Prix||October 24th, 2021||N/A|
|Mexican Grand Prix||October 31st, 2021||N/A|
|Brazilian Grand Prix||November 7th, 2021||N/A|
|Australian Grand Prix||November 21st, 2021||N/A|
|Saudi Arabian Grand Prix||December 5th, 2021||N/A|
|Abu Dhabi Grand Prix||December 12th, 2021||N/A|
Formula 1 Constructors Championships By Country
Italian constructors have some work to do before catching up to the United Kingdom. 10 different British constructors have combined to win 34 championships since 1958. That’s twice as many as any other country.