Ferrari odds would certainly have been the in thing at the start of the decade in Formula One, as the team were supremely dominant.
Michael Schumacher won the drivers’ title for five successive seasons between 2000 and 2004 and was ably supported on each occasion by Rubens Barrichello to also ensure that five straight constructors’ championships were also won.
Ferrari odds not so successive in top F1 constructor market since
However, with the constant rule changes in Formula One since and the team struggling to design a new car each season to compete with their leading rivals, Ferrari have never really featured in the constructors’ race since.
Led by Fernando Alonso, the team did secure more points than any other constructor in 2007, but it is Red Bull who are currently dominating in a similar manner to Ferrari teams of the past.
It is Alonso and Felipe Massa that currently drive for Ferrari and a host of different odds are available on the duo over the course of a Formula One season.
The obvious market is whether they can scoop drivers’ honours, but on a race-by-race basis, regular markets include Grand Prix winner, which driver will start from pole and whether or not a particular driver will finish on the podium for a specific race.
Germany Grand Prix and Italian Grand Prix best for Ferrari odds
It is at the Italian Grand Prix and German Grand Prix where Ferrari have witnessed the most success in recent seasons, with three podiums secured at each in the past two years.
On the flip side, the Malaysian Grand Prix has been the toughest for Ferrari to secure good results.