How to make win-win bets on Formula 1

how to make bets on formula 1

“Royal races” rightfully occupy the first line in the world of motorsports, significantly ahead of MotoGP, the world “Superbike” and the classic rally in terms of audience popularity. Not to mention “Dakar” and other car raids. Betting on the Formula 1 “an indispensable companion to the racing series since its inception – since 1950 (although the championship was born even earlier). The first Grand Prix was held in England, on the famous Formula 1 circuit in Silverstone, and the British are known for their gambling, so it is not surprising that a number of the largest bookmaker companies like Pin Up are based there. “Formula 1 does not combine elements of gambling sports, so win-win theories like Martingale do not apply here, but the English, with the help of the Dutch, have developed one of the almost always winning strategies nevertheless. But first a bit of to make bets on formula 1

What types of bets on Formula 1

In Live in most bookmakers’ offices, both small and large, bets on the “Royal Races” are not presented. The thing is that Formula 1 is too dynamic sport where the leader can often change from lap to lap – here the type of tires and weather conditions and the time to refuel (pit stop) play an important role. Therefore, in real time to keep track of all the permutations and not to make a mistake when setting the odds analysts is impossible. That is why most often in the line you can find the following pre-start bets:

  • The most understandable – you need to guess the winner of the race,
  • Next comes “podium” – you need to specify three pilots that will be in the top three,
  • You can also try to guess the eight representatives of the points zone,
  • In the British shops are sometimes offered to guess the author of the fastest lap of the Grand Prix,
  • There are some special bets in Formula One as well. These are for the absolute gourmets and experts of the Royal Races. Will the safety car come out on the track (in case of a serious accident), how many drivers will cross the finish line (very risky bet, especially in rainy weather), and very cosmic looks bet “distance to the gap” (here we offer to guess how far from second place the winner of the race).

The risks of a win-win strategy on Formula 1

The first and main is the following – the bookmakers do not like those who win from them. Therefore, in one office in a row several times to win by the Dutch strategy does not work. More often than not, the player will make him suffer through additional verifications, identity checks, drawbacks and cutting limits. Therefore, it is better to bet according to this strategy in several offices for insurance. That should not cause suspicions in the distance. read more

5 reasons why Formula 1 deserves your attention

reasons to bet on formula 1

The answers to the tricky questions about Formula 1 to bring the world of racing closer to you.

Many people have never seen an entire Formula 1 race in their lives. And in vain! It’s fascinating and exciting, and to encourage you to watch the next round, which, incidentally, will be held in Russia, we have prepared 11 tricky questions to make the world of F1 has become for you a little closer. Here we go!

A few words about me: my name is Sophie, and I’m a racing fan for two years now. In that time, I’ve produced a podcast about Formula 1 to educate even more people about this dangerous and hugely exciting sport. That’s also why we came up with this article! Also, if you want start to make bets on motosport, especially on Formula 1, try our best sportsbook: 1win. read more

New to the game

by roughneck6865 » Wed Jun 19, 2013 6:46 pm

I’m a little bit new to the Lotus brand I’m wondering what you need to do to upgrade your stock motor everything bolt on stuff that you can buy or if its all internal

by ronin » Wed Jun 19, 2013 7:35 pm

As they say, how fast do you want to go or how much money do you wanna spend ? $$$=HP

by apex » Wed Jun 19, 2013 11:28 pm read more

This Lancia is Fuckin Too Cool

by MaineLotus » Thu Jun 27, 2013 9:58 am

Wow, that is cool. Lot of work went into the aero. I like the roof top scoop through a lexan tunnel to the rear heat exchanger.

by Manny » Thu Jun 27, 2013 12:09 pm

Incredible work!

by Gocke » Sat Jun 29, 2013 3:47 pm

My Mini Cooper S’s Evolution

2007 and a bit of 2008

Coming soon – setup
RMW 1.8L Stroker
RMW Head
RMW “Rotrex” cam
RMW Race header
RMW Rotrex C30-94 with TMIC
Howerton Engineering/Aquamist HFS-4 Meth kit
Vipec plug-n-play standalone ecu

Clutchmasters Aluminum Flywheel
Clutchmasters FX400 sprung 6puck
OS Giken Super Lock LSD read more

Monkeywrench Racing E153

the7thsin » Tue Feb 08, 2011 7:30 pm

Long story short in the interest of the thread:

The MWR kit was missing pieces and/or the hardware they sent was the incorrect size, the adaptor plate and the clutch cover holes didn’t line up and had to be widened, the engine mounts didn’t fit correctly so the trans was hitting the rear subframe, the front mount interfered with the oil cooler lines, one axle was the incorrect length, as well as a bunch of other issues. I tried to work with them (as did my mechanic who is both a Lotus owner himself with an Exige and a 7 and does tons of custom and one off projects). We sent pictures, called, emailed, etc. We’ve got pretty much no help. They basically said that they’ve never heard of problems with the kit and can’t understand the pictures/descriptions. We have decided just to fabricate our own mounts and be done with it. The Driveshaft Shop built another axle at the correct length and will be attempting to get MWR to pay for it (we are shipping the brand new axle MWR shipped to them as the Driveshaft Shop built the axles so they can forward back to MWR). I’m hoping they’ll at least pay for that mistake. So far, the most they’ve said they’d do with the axle is “inspect” it. No mention of sending me a good one. Just send them the bad one and wait. Basically their “bolt-in” kit was no where near bolt in and they’re providing extremely bad customer support. It is ridiculous when I state that there is an issue with the kit, send pictures, and they either fail to respond and/or send a reply that completely ignores the issue I’m having and/or say that they’ve never heard of a problem like that, etc. read more

Compound Turbo Elise…

 BREdwards » Tue Aug 02, 2011 6:05 am

So this is the reason I am running through boards right now. I’m not a computer guy but there is a lot of info out here.

I am building a custom turbo kit based on the Borg Warner EFR 7064 Twin Scroll. I am trashing the ff275 my car came with. That kit was rushed in to production garbage. Not to mention the EFI and stock wire harness issue. The only things I am keeping out of the kit are the EFI standalone and the intercooler.

I am keeping the EFI because it does what it is told just like any standalone. (when you aren’t using the stock wiring harness.) Going to full race wiring harness and data logger dash to get rid of guages (at the same time adding more sensors) and eliminate any stock harness issues, clean up engine bay. read more

1mz-fe V6 Elise conversion

by Woodsport » Tue Jul 19, 2011 1:12 am

Hi folks, i’m new here, my name is Paul Woods, i run an Mr2 engine conversion garage in County Durham called Woodsport, you can see the sort of thing we do here .

For years now i have wanted to carry out one of our awesome V6 transplants on an Elise, but we have always been so busy with Mr2 stuff that it never happened, but i thought it was time to get one under our belt to prove this can be done and very successfully. I put the word out a few months ago that i was after a “test mule” to carry out our first Elise conversion and was approached by one of your members (don’t know his forum name here yet!) but his names Kevin and this is his car on our lift ready for surgery…. read more