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Singapore Grand Prix Betting

Today I want to cast my betting eye over the current state of Singapore Grand Prix outright winner betting market, as that race, if you are unaware, is once again fast approaching and it is being held on Sunday the 22nd of September over at the Marina Bay Circuit.

It probably won’t take very long for many of you to work out that there are only a couple of drivers that are in the current running to win this year’s Singapore Grand Prix, and the first one that is being backed is of course Lewis Hamilton who has pride of place on most bookies betting markets at odds of 11/8.

Moving onto the second favourite, well it isn’t going to be a surprise to any avid fan of the sport that that driver is Max Verstappen, and you are guaranteed to get a good run for your money if you do decide to back him today for you should easily be able to bag odds of 7/4 on him winning.

The odds are going to get much higher if you rate the chances and fancy backing any of the other drivers to win this race this yeas and as such allow me to now look at some of the other drivers, starting with Valtteri Bottas who may land the spoils with some luck in driving and his odds are 11/2.

Other Types of Bets on Offer

Unless you place some fairly hefty bets on the first or second favourite, you are not going to receive some huge winning pay-outs if they do go on to win the Singapore Grand Prix this year, and that will of course mean plenty of punters will be looking for other drivers to back at much bigger odds.

The each-way betting markets are where you should be looking if you do want to have a chance of winning big on this race, and with Coral paying out full odds on the win part of such a bet and to three places at one fifth of the win odds on each-way bets placed with them that is the bookies site you should be placing your each-way bets at.

The Outsiders

Just three other drivers are attracting support right now, and whilst punters are not backing them with huge amounts of cash, there is always a chance that any of them could win or much more likely get placed.

Ads for just which drviers they are, well the first one of them is Alexander Albon who is on offer at odds of around the 13/2 mark, then you have Charles Leclerc at 10/1 followed closely by Sebastian Vettel at 12/1.

If you are tempted to back drivers such as Carlos Sainz, Daniel Ricciardo, Lando Norris and Nico Hulkenberg who are all 750/1 then head over to Betfair for they will be offering much bigger odds on their betting exchange that any bookie will be offering on those four drivers and all other outsiders too.