2019 Formula 1 Championship Odds - January 11th Edition

2019 Formula 1 Championship Odds – January 11th Edition

Written by on January 11, 2019

With Brit, Lewis Hamilton record his second straight F1 championship and fifth of his now, illustrious career, Formula 1 fans and betting aficionados everywhere need to know if Lewis is the pick to win his third straight title in 2019 or whether one of the lesser favored challengers on the board are the pick to get the ‘upset’ win over Hamilton in 2019.

Let’s take a look at the odds to win the F1 title in 2019 followed by some insightful analysis on the top five favorites on the board.

2019 Formula 1 Championship Odds – January 11th Edition

Last 10 Formula 1 Champions

  • 2018: Lewis Hamilton
  • 2017: Lewis Hamilton
  • 2016: Nico Rosberg
  • 2015: Lewis Hamilton
  • 2014: Lewis Hamilton
  • 2013: Sebastian Vettel
  • 2012: Sebastian Vettel
  • 2011: Sebastian Vettel
  • 2010: Sebastian Vettel
  • 2009: Jenson Button

2019 Formula 1 Championship Odds

  • Lewis Hamilton 5/7
  • Sebastian Vettel 13/4
  • Max Verstappen 9/2
  • Charles Leclerc 9/1
  • Valtteri Bottas 12/1
  • Pierre Gasly 33/1
  • Daniel Ricciardo 50/1
  • Nico Hulkenberg 150/1
  • Carlos Sainz 200/1
  • Kevin Magnussen 250/1
  • Kimi Raikkonen 250/1
  • Robert Kubica 250/1
  • Romain Grosjean 250/1
  • Sergio Perez 250/1
  • Lance Stroll 300/1
  • Lando Norris 300/1
  • Daniil Kvyat 500/1
  • Antonio Giovinazzi 750/1
  • George Russell 750/1

Lewis Hamilton

F1 titles to equal the legendary Michael Schumacher and he could very well get No. 6 for Mercedes in 2019.

Sebastian Vettel

Max Verstappen

The 21-year-old Verstappen is a driver with an extremely bright future. Max Verstappen is one of the favorites at the Formula 1 Odds to win the 2019 title.

After finishing fourth in 2018 by recording a pair of wins and an impressive 11 podium finishes, Red Bull and everyone else – are expecting big things out of Verstappen in 2019.

Charles Leclerc

It says a lot that the 21-year-old Leclerc is the fourth favorite on the board heading into 2019. Despite failing to win a race in his sophomore season, Leclerc is expected to challenge the most elite drivers, including Lewis Hamilton, in 2019. Personally, I think we’re getting ahead of ourselves, even though Leclerc is clearly a gifted driver.

Valtteri Bottas

The 29-year-old native of Finland didn’t record a victory in 2018, but his eight podium finishes were a fantastic indicator of what could lie ahead in 2019 for Hamilton’s Mercedes teammate!

2019 Formula 1 Schedule

  • 17th March: Australia
  • 31st March: Bahrain
  • 14th April: China
  • 28th April: Azerbaijan
  • 12th May: Spain
  • 26th May: Monaco
  • 9th June: Canada
  • 23rd June: France
  • 30th June: Austria
  • 14th July: Great Britain
  • 28th July: Germany
  • 4th August: Hungary
  • 1st September: Belgium
  • 8th September: Italy
  • 22nd September: Singapore
  • 29th September: Russia
  • 13th October: Japan
  • 27th October: Mexico
  • 3rd November: USA
  • 17th November: Brazil
  • 1st December: Abu Dhabi