2019 Formula 1 Drivers’ Championship Odds Tracker
- Track Formula 1 Drivers’ 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 2019 Formula 1 Drivers’ Championship odds for all drivers 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.
- Sept 2: Following the Belgian Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton’s odds have shortened from -3000 to -7000, while winner Charles Leclerc saw no movement
- August 6: Contender, Lewis Hamilton, saw his odds go from -3500 to -3000 even after his win at the Hungarian Grand Prix
- July 30: Thanks to a victory in the German GP, Max Verstappen is closing in on Valtteri Bottas for second-best odds
- July 16: Surprise, surprise … Lewis Hamilton won another race (the British GP) and his average odds are now -3500 to win the Driver’s Championship
- July 11: Max Verstappen is moving on up. His average odds have improved slightly from +6100 to +5800 ahead of the British Grand Prix.
- July 1: Max Verstappen’s average odds have improved from +20000 to +6100 following his stunning victory at the Austrian Grand Prix.
- June 25: It seems unlikely that anyone can catch Lewis Hamilton at this point in the season. His average championship odds are now -1200.
- June 11: Lewis Hamilton now has his shortest odds of the season (-700) after finishing first in Montreal at the Canadian Grand Prix.
- May 28: Lewis Hamilton is officially untouchable. His already short odds went from -240 to -480 after winning the Monaco Grand Prix.
- May 14: Lewis Hamilton’s odds have shortened once again after winning his third race of the season. Mercedes is now 5-0 in 2019.
- April 15: Lewis Hamilton’s odds shorten to an average of -170 after winning the Chinese GP, while Valtteri Bottas moved from +1200 to +500, the third-best odds, with his second-place finish
- April 2: Keep an eye on Charles Leclerc, whose average odds improved from +1100 to +300 after a third place finish at the Bahrain GP.
- March 12: Defending champion Lewis Hamilton (+120) has seen his odds rise significantly over the past month and is now nearly deadlocked with Sebastian Vettel (+170). It will be fascinating to watch the odds move after the first race of the season in Australia.
2019 Formula 1 Drivers’ Championship Odds at Bovada
|Driver||F1 Drivers’ Championship Odds at Bovada|
*Odds taken September 2. Click on the link in the table above to see odds for all drivers.
Drivers’ Championship Odds for Past Winners
Lewis Hamilton won his fifth Drivers’ Championship in 2018, but he still has a ways to go before lapping Michael Schumacher. The Red Baron won seven titles, including five straight from 2000-04.
Past 10 Drivers’ Championship Winners
Only four men have won the Formula 1 Drivers’ Championship over the past decade.
Drivers’ Championship Odds By Power Unit
The Ferrari 604 will be the most driven car this season with Kimi Raikkonen, Antonio Giovinazzi, Sebastian Vettel, Charles Leclerc, Romain Grosjean, and Kevin Magnissen all taking the wheel of this Italian-made beauty.
2019 Formula 1 Schedule and Results
|Australian Grand Prix||March 14-17||Valtteri Bottas|
|Bahrain Grand Prix||March 28-31||Lewis Hamilton|
|Chinese Grand Prix||April 11-14||Lewis Hamilton|
|Azerbaijan Grand Prix||April 25-28||Valtteri Bottas|
|Spanish Grand Prix||May 9-12||Lewis Hamilton|
|Monaco Grand Prix||May 23-26||Lewis Hamilton|
|Canadian Grand Prix||June 6-9||Lewis Hamilton|
|French Grand Prix||June 20-23||Lewis Hamilton|
|Austrian Grand Prix||June 27-30||Max Verstappen|
|British Grand Prix||July 11-14||Lewis Hamilton|
|German Grand Prix||July 25-28||Max Verstappen|
|Hungarian Grand Prix||August 1-4||Lewis Hamilton|
|Belgian Grand Prix||August 29 – September 1||Charles Leclerc|
|Italian Grand Prix||September 5-8||TBD|
|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|