Formula 1 (F1) Free Bets & Sign-Up Bonuses
Running from March to November each year, Formula One has been a huge part of the sporting calendar over the last 60 years and continues to be a focal point of debate and therefore an exciting prospect when betting for free on F1.
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The best F1 free bets and new Account Offers Around
All the talk over a Formula One season is about who is going to be crowned world champion at the end of it and this is certainly the most popular betting market in the sport. In recent years Lewis Hamilton has been at the forefront of the market with consecutive championships in 2014 and 2015 before narrowly finishing second place to Nico Rosberg. After the German's retirement, Hamilton will start the new season as the clear favourite again but could the likes of Sebastian Vettel, Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo compete? Well whatever unfolds, we'll have the latest odds and tips on the movers and shakers here at FREEbets.org.uk.
When it comes to individual race betting obviously you can bet on the winner with the odds generally being ordered as they are for the title as a whole. However, with conditions varying widely between venues there are certain drivers who will move up and down in the betting as a result.
There is an interesting market for individual races which sees you betting on a driver to beat his team mate in any given Grand Prix. Every team has a lead driver and a secondary driver so the lead man will always be the odds on favourite in this match betting but with retirements rife and secondary drivers more than capable of springing a surprise then there can be plenty of value to be found.
There are plenty of options for those choosing to bet on F1 for each race from the first practice session until the chequered flag is waved. In-play betting is a popular choice for Formula One fans given the length of the races and can be an exciting way of using your F1 free bets on the sport by sticking with us here at FREEbets.org.uk.
Some of the other markets available are as follows:
- Drivers' winner without Hamilton
- Constructor's winner without Mercedes
- Individual drivers total season wins
- Individual drivers podium finishes
- Number of pole starts
- Number of cars to finish a race
2020 F1 Season
The delayed 2020 F1 season will begin with the Austrian Grand Prix on Sunday 5 July. There will be 13 races this season:
- 5 July - Austrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring, Spielberg - won by Valterri Bottas (Mercedes)
- 12 July - Styrian Grand Prix, also at the Red Bull Ring, Spielberg - won by Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
- 19 July - Hungarian Grand Prix - won by Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
- 2 August - British Grand Prix at Silverstone - Won by Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) despite a puncture on the last lap.
- 9 August - F1 70th Anniversary Grand Prix at Silverstone - won by Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
- 16 August - Spanish Grand Prix - won by Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
- 30 August - Belgian Grand Prix - won by Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
- 6 September - Italian Grand Prix - won by Pierre Gasly (Alpha Tauri)
- 13 September - Toscana Grand Prix - won by Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
- 27 September - Russian Grand Prix
- 11 October - Eifel Grand Prix
- 25 October - Portuguese Grand Prix
- 1 November - Emilia Romagna Grand Prix
- 15 November - Turkish Grand Prix
- 29 November - Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
Standings after nine races
- Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) 190
- Valterri Bottas (Mercedes) 135
- Max Verstappen (Red Bull) 110
- Lando Norris (McLaren) 65
- Alexander Albon (Red Bull) 63
- Lance Stroll (Racing Point) 57
- Daniel Ricciardo (Renault) 53
- Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) 49
- Sergio Perez (Racing Point) 44
- Pierre Gasly (Alpha Tauri) 43
- Carlos Sainz Jr (McLaren) 41
- Esteban Ocon (Renault) 30
- Mercedes 325
- Red Bull 173
- McLaren 106
- Racing Point 92*
- Renault 83
- Ferrari 66
- Alpha Tauri 53
- Alpha Romeo 4
- Haas 1
- Williams 0
* Racing Point have had 15 points deducted after a ruling decided they had illegally copied some parts of the 2019 Mercedes car.
Teams for 2020
- Alfa Romeo - Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi
- Ferrari - Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc
- Haas - Roman Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen
- McLaren - Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris
- Mercedes - Lewis Hamilton and Valterri Bottas
- Racing Point - Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll
- Red Bull - Max Verstappen and Alex Albon
- Renault - Daniel Ricciardo and Esteban Ocon
- Alpha Tauri Daniil Kvyat and Pierre Gasly
- Williams - George Russell and Nicholas Latifi (TBC)
2019 F1 Season
Lewis Hamilton 413 - Champion
Valtteri Bottas 326
Max Verstappen 278
Charles Leclerc 264
Sebastian Vettel 240
Mercedes clinched the constructors title at the Japanese Grand Prix. They ended the season on 739 points, 235 ahead of Ferrari with Red Bull another 87 adrift.
March 17 – Australian Grand Prix - Won by Valtteri Bottas
March 31 - Bahrain Grand Prix - Won by Lewis Hamilton
April 14 - Chinese Grand Prix - Won by Lewis Hamilton
April 28 - Azerbaijan Grand Prix - Won by Valtteri Bottas
May 12 - Spanish Grand Prix - Won by Lewis Hamilton
May 26 - Monaco Grand Prix - Won by Lewis Hamilton
June 9 - Canadian Grand Prix - Won by Lewis Hamilton
June 23 - French Grand Prix - Won by Lewis Hamilton
June 30 - Austrian Grand Prix - Won by Max Verstappen
July 14 - British Grand Prix - Won by Lewis Hamilton
July 28 - German Grand Prix - Won by Max Verstappen
August 4 - Hungarian Grand Prix - Won by Lewis Hamilton
September 1 - Belgian Grand Prix - Won by Charles LeClerc
September 8 - Italian Grand Prix - Won by Charles LeClerc
September 22 - Singapore Grand Prix - Won by Sebastian Vettel
September 29 - Russian Grand Prix - Won by Lewis Hamilton
October 13 - Japanese Grand Prix - Won by Valtteri Bottas
October 27 - Mexican Grand Prix - Won by Lewis Hamilton
November 3 - United States Grand Prix - Won by Valtteri Bottas
November 17 - Brazilian Grand Prix - Won by Max Verstappen
December 1 - Abu Dhabi Grand Prix - Won by Lewis Hamilton
As mentioned there are a wealth of options when it comes to Formula One betting so be sure to keep an eye on FREEbets.org.uk to stay aware of all the best odds and offers.
When you have found an offer or certain odds that you really like the look of head over to your bookmaker of choice by clicking on the links on the right hand side of this page, this will take you over to their homepage.
Once there you will need to register to get hold of your free bets, this is a straight forward process that just requires you to fill in your details and then you are ready to go. Click on their sports section and then Formula One which may be under motorsport on some sites. Find your market and click on the odds you want to put the bet into your bet basket and then follow the betting slip instructions.
Who are the best ever F1 drivers?
The first formula one season was all the way back in 1950 when Giuseppe Farina won three of the seven races to become the first ever world champion in his Alfa Romeo. The sport has come an awful long way since then and drivers in now race all over the globe from Bahrain to Brazil and everywhere in between.
The UK has a rich history in the sport with a British driver winning the world title more times than any other nation. Lewis Hamilton has now won the world title on five different occasions, two more than the three won by Jackie Stewart. Hamilton has now drawn level with Juan Manuel Fangio and has a good chance of equalling if not beating the record of seven world titles won by Michael Schumacher.
Sebastian Vettel sits alongside Alain Prost have both won the title four times. Juan Manuel Fangio and three off Michael Schumacher who may well never be caught and is undeniably one of the greatest drivers of all time.
The four titles which Vettel has to his name all come in a Red Bull car and that has moved that company from nowhere up to fifth in the all-time list in terms of Constructors. Ferrari are still comfortably clear in this respect, though, with a whopping 16 world titles to their name since their first back in 1961.