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Motor Racing Betting

Motor Racing Betting

Motor racing is one of the most adrenaline-filled, thrilling sports going and motor racing betting is just as exciting.

With loads of different disciplines and loads of different markets available to bet on, there is never a dull moment – especially in Formula One…

It pays to stick with the favourites in the Formula One motor racing betting

Formula One is probably the most popular type of motor racing betting around and is one in which there is a great chance of winning.

The Formula One favourites at the start of the season are almost always the teams still competing for the championship.

The 2010 and 2011 champion Sebastian Vettel headed into those seasons strongly fancied in an excellent Red Bull car and he demolished the competition in both years.

The only real upset in recent years came in 2009 when Jenson Button swept to the World Championship in a new Braun car after the team was saved when Ross Brawn bought it from Honda in 2009.

The car’s debut in the 2009 Australian Grand Prix saw Button sweep to the top of the podium and he never looked back.

However, that was a rare occurrence and generally it pays to stick with the favourites in Formula One motor racing betting.

There are plenty of other types of motor racing to get your teeth into

While Formula One may be the most popular form of motor racing to bet on, there are plenty of other disciplines to bet on.

The Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix – or MotoGP as it is also known – is also a brilliantly exciting discipline and there is one man who dominates the betting – Valentino Rossi.

The Italian has nine world titles to his name and, now that he has joined Ducati, he once again looks like a brilliant motor racing bet.

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