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  • Track Formula 1 Constructors’ Championship odds for all top competitors
  • At -350 odds Mercedes are heavy odds-on favorites for the championship
  • See the winners of every 2020 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 trusted sportsbooks.

All Contenders

  • [June 25] With the return of racing imminent, Mercedes remains the heavy favorite to take home the Constructors’ Championship buoyed by Lewis Hamilton
  • [Jan 23] Mercedes has opened as the odds-on favorite heading into the 2020 season, at an average of -263

2020 Formula 1 Constructors’ Championship Odds

Constructor Odds
Mercedes -350
Red Bull +450
Ferrari +750
McLaren +20000
Renault +20000
Racing Point +20000
Alfa Romeo +20000
Alpha Tauri +20000
Haas +20000
Williams +20000

Odds taken June 25th

Past 10 Constructors’ Championship Winners

Year Winner
2019 Mercedes
2018 Mercedes
2017 Mercedes
2016 Mercedes
2015 Mercedes
2014 Mercedes
2013 Red Bull-Renault
2012 Red Bull-Renault
2011 Red Bull-Renault
2010 Red Bull-Renault

Mercedes has its sights set on a seventh straight championship in 2020. 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.

2020 Formula 1 Schedule and Results

Event Date Winner
Austrian Grand Prix July 5 TBD
Styrian Grand Prix July 12 TBD
Hungarian Grand Prix July 19 TBD
British Grand Prix August 2 TBD
70 Anniversary Grand Prix August 9 TBD
Spanish Grand Prix August 16 TBD
Belgian Gran Prix August 30 TBD
Italian Grand Prix September 6 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.

Archived Odds: 2019