2019 Formula 1 Constructors’ Championship Odds Tracker
- Track Formula 1 Constructors’ Championship odds for all top competitors
- See how the odds have changed throughout the 2019 F1 season
- See the winners of every 2019 F1 Grand Prix
We’ve been tracking the 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 our most trusted sportsbooks.
- Oct 2: Odds no longer available with Mercedes leading by so much.
- Sept 2: Even with Charles Leclerc’s win at the Belgian Grand Prix, Ferrari’s odds are listed at +12500
- August 6: Though both Red Bull and Ferrari see their odds slightly improve, Mercedes continues to lead the charge with consistent odds of -100000
- July 30: Mercedes’ odds are the shortest they’ve been all year in spite of none of their drivers finishing in the top eight at the German GP
- July 16: Mercedes saw their odds take a bit of a hit, yet they’re still listed at -10000; those are the worst odds they’ve had since June 11
- July 11: Mercedes is still in the driver’s seat with impressively short -20000 odds heading into the British Grand Prix.
- July 1: Red Bull’s odds improved from +100000 to +50000 following Max Verstappen’s stunning victory at the Austrian Grand Prix.
- June 25: Mercedes’ average championship odds are now an unheard of -26700 with much of the season still remaining.
- June 11: Mercedes (-10000) is now 7-0 in 2019 after yet another win at the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal.
- May 28: Mercedes is officially untouchable with previously unheard of -10000 odds.
- April 15: Mercedes’ odds continue to shorten after their third straight win to open the season, pushing their average odds to -400
- April 2: Mercedes continues to impress, with back-to-back wins to start the 2019 F1 season.
- March 12: Can Mercedes maintain its stranglehold on the F1 Constructors’ Championship? Oddsmakers certainly seem to think so, as the German manufacturer is the odds-on favorite heading into the 2019 season.
2019 Formula 1 Constructors’ Championship Odds at Bovada
|Constructor||2019 Formula 1 Constructors Championship Odds at Bovada|
*Odds taken on September 2nd.
Past 10 Constructors’ Championship Winners
|2010||Red Bull Racing|
|2011||Red Bull Racing|
|2012||Red Bull Racing|
|2013||Red Bull Racing|
Mercedes has its sights set on a sixth straight championship in 2019. Ferrari is the only other constructor to win as many 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.
2019 Formula 1 Schedule and Results
|Australian Grand Prix||March 14-17||Mercedes (Valtteri Bottas)|
|Bahrain Grand Prix||March 28-31||Mercedes (Lewis Hamilton)|
|Chinese Grand Prix||April 11-14||Mercedes (Lewis Hamilton)|
|Azerbaijan Grand Prix||April 25-28||Mercedes (Valtteri Bottas)|
|Spanish Grand Prix||May 9-12||Mercedes (Lewis Hamilton)|
|Monaco Grand Prix||May 23-26||Mercedes (Lewis Hamilton)|
|Canadian Grand Prix||June 6-9||Mercedes (Lewis Hamilton)|
|French Grand Prix||June 20-23||Mercedes (Lewis Hamilton)|
|Austrian Grand Prix||June 27-30||Red Bull (Max Verstappen)|
|British Grand Prix||July 11-14||Mercedes (Lewis Hamilton)|
|German Grand Prix||July 25-28||Red Bull (Max Verstappen)|
|Hungarian Grand Prix||August 1-4||Mercedes (Lewis Hamilton)|
|Belgian Grand Prix||August 29 – September 1||Ferrari (Charles Leclerc)|
|Italian Grand Prix||September 5-8||Ferrari (Charles Leclerc)|
|Singapore Grand Prix||September 19-22||TBD|
|Russian Grand Prix||September 26-29||TBD|
|Japanese Grand Prix||October 10-13||TBD|
|Mexican Grand Prix||October 24-27||TBD|
|United States Grand Prix||October 31 – November 3||TBD|
|Brazilian Grand Prix||November 14-17||TBD|
|Abu Dhabi Grand Prix||November 28 – December 1||TBD|
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 33 championships since 1958. That’s twice as many as any other country.