Plenty of betting opportunities are of course always available each year then the Singapore Grand Prix is being run at the Marina Bay Circuit, and if that is a race that you fancy getting involved in from a betting point of view then please do read on to get some idea of where the smart money is going on that race.
Let me start off by running through the drivers and their respective odds, but the drivers that are far as most fans of the sport go, are the ones that are expected to play a leading part in this race, starting with the current favourite that being Lewis Hamilton who can be backed quite easily right now at odds of 11/8.
The odds do not jump that dramatically on the next driver in the early Singapore Grand Prix betting markets, for the second favourite and a driver that could easily beat Hamilton is Max Verstappen and if you get your skates on you should be able to secure fairly decent odds on him winning of 7/4.
If there is one other driver that is attracting dribs and drabs of support from punters betting on the Singapore Grand Prix, well that driver is Valtteri Bottas, but his current outright winner odds which for reference are 11/2 do give you something of an idea of what his winning chances really are.
Have an Each-Way Bet Instead
I would advise you to spend some time researching just what each-way places are the terms available at several bookies sites if you are much more inclined to bet on a driver each-way to win the Singapore Grand Prix as you will find bookies may be offering different each-way betting terms.
The terms attached to each-way bets placed over at betting sites such as Coral, well they are paying out to three places and such bets and on the place part of such a bet you will be given one fifth of the win odds if your chosen driver finishes in any of those top three spots.
The Rest of the Scheduled Drivers
It will probably be only the very optimistic of sports bettors that will be backing any of the other drivers taking part in this race, having said that though the odds attached to all other drivers such as Alexander Albon at 13/2 are tempting to say the least.
There will be some support for drivers such as Charles Leclerc at 10/1 and Sebastian Vettel at 12/1 but they are going to have to have everything drop into place if they are to win the Singapore Grand Prix this year, and not many punters think they have any realistic chance of doing so.
Carlos Sainz, Daniel Ricciardo, Lando Norris and Nico Hulkenberg are all 750/1 and the odds attached to every other driver that is scheduled to take part in this race are well into four figures, and as such it is safe to cross them off your list of potential winners as it would be a major shock if any of them go on to win that race this year.