William Hill Online Help Centre Close Detach
  • Change view:

William Hill Online Sports Betting - Live Football, Horse Racing, Greyhounds, Sports & Games


 
Nic Ladds 11th Oct 2010 - 15:04

Unstoppable Red Bull 10/3 to win next three races

William Hill are offering odds on whether Red Bull can claim victory in all three of the final races and they can be backed at 10/3.

It looks as though we will be waiting until next season for a British victory with Lewis Hamilton priced at 1/3 to win no more races and Jenson Button 1/12 to do draw a blank in his final three races.

Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel are in pole position to win this year's Drivers' Championship and they are priced at 5/4 and 9/4 respectively with William Hill. Fernando Alonso is holding on by the skin of his teeth and is priced at 11/4.

The British challenge appears over with Hamilton 20/1 and Button a 33/1 shot.

Red Bull are Red Hot favourites to win the Constructors' Championships, offered at 1/66 to win with McLaren 10/1 and Ferrari 50/1.

"It is a shame that the British challenge appears over but Red Bull have really sparked into life in the second half of the season albeit helped by Lewis' inability to finish a race," said Hill's spokesman Joe Crilly.

Hills have also opened betting on next year's Constructors' Championship and make Red Bull the 13/8 favourites to defend the title that they look destined to win. McLaren and Ferrari are the 9/4 joint second favourites, with Mercedes at 8/1.


William Hill Formula 1 Odds:

Drivers' Championship Outright: 5/4 Mark Webber; 9/4 Sebastian Vettel; 11/4 Ferrari; 20/1 Lewis Hamilton; 33/1 Jenson Button

Constructors' Championship Outright: 1/66 Red Bull; 10/1 McLaren; 50/1 Ferrari

How Many Races Will Jenson Button Win This Season: 1/12 None; 9/2 One; 50/1 Two; 500/1 Three

How Many Races Will Lewis Hamilton Win This Season: 1/3 None; 7/4 One; 25/1 Two; 100/1 Three

Red Bull To Win The Remaining Three Races: 10/3

Constructor's Championship 2011: 13/8 Red Bull; 9/4 McLaren; 9/4 Ferrari; 8/1 Mercedes GP; 12/1 Renault; 33/1 Williams; 40/1 Force India; 80/1 BMW Sauber; 150/1 Toro Rosso; 250/1 Lotus; 500/1 Virgin; 500/1 HRT

 

 
 
 

View AllPlay Games

 

View AllNic Ladds