Formula 1 Azerbaijan GP 2018 Odds

Please keep in mind that all odds mentioned are accurate at the time published on 02:51 PM, 26/04/2018 and are likely to change over time.

The 2018 Azerbaijan Grand Prix is scheduled to take place between 27th and 29th April 2018 at the Baku City Circuit in Baku, Azerbaijan. It is the fourth race of the 2018 FIA Formula 1 calendar and represents the second time that the Azerbaijan Grand Prix has taken place.

Last year, it was Red Bull Racing’s Daniel Ricciardo who won the race and he is once again one of the main contenders to do the same thing this year. Coming into the race, Sebastian Vettel from Ferrari has a nine point lead over Lewis Hamilton in the World Drivers’ Championship, whereas Mercedes holds a one point lead over Ferrari at the World Constructors’ Championship.

In this article we will look at the betting offer of five reputable bookmakers for the forthcoming Azerbaijan Grand Prix and will save you the effort of examining the various markets and odds as we will do that for you.


SportNation is an established betting operator run by Argyll Entertainment. The bookmaker is one of the safest and most reliable in the betting industry and they are licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission.

They have an array of bonuses and promotions which will make betting on the F1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix 2018 much more interesting for their clients. Their 50% Welcome Bonus up to £300 on all first deposits should be of particular interest to all of their new customers.

For the Azerbaijan Grand Prix SportNation offers a variety of betting markets, but the most popular of these is definitely the race winner market. In it, Lewis Hamilton is the favourite and is given odds of 21/20. The British driver is followed by Sebastian Vettel who has odds of 17/10 to win the race and increase his lead at the top.

Daniel Ricciardo (35/4) won at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix last year and he will also be hoping to win here, especially as a victory in Baku will continue his good form recently. Ricciardo shares the same odds as Max Verstappen (35/4), who is another serious candidate for victory.


Fun88 is operated by TGP Europe Ltd and is regulated by the UK Gambling Commission for providing gambling services in the UK. They are a very reliable betting option and you can rest assured that your deposits and pay outs will be very safe in their hands.

In addition, Fun88 also offers its clients lots of promotions and bonuses which they can use on the Azerbaijan Grand Prix such as the £28 Welcome Bonus for all new customers who have made at least 6 bets of £10 on their betting site.

Lewis Hamilton is the favourite to win the Azerbaijan GP according to Fun88 and is given odds of 21/20 to win and significantly increase his current points tally of 45. The leader in the World Drivers’ Championship standings, Sebastian Vettel, has odds of 17/10 and he is followed by Daniel Ricciardo (35/4), Max Verstappen (35/4), Valtteri Bottas (9/1), and Kimi Raikkonen (10/1).

Other betting markets that Fun88 offers for the big race include the Practice 1 Winner, the Fastest Qualifier, who will finish in the Top 6, Top 10, at a Podium Position, who will have the Fastest Lap, and so on.


Betser is operated by Hero Gaming Limited, a company which is located in Malta and is regulated by the country’s authority for lotteries and gambling – the Malta Gaming Authority. The fact that the betting operator is regulated in an EU country is definitely a good sign for punters who seek assurances on their deposits’ safety.

In addition to safety, Betser offers all of its new clients €10 bonus when you place your first bet of €20 or more with them on any competition or event including the 2018 Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix.

Betser offers its punters betting on various markets for the Formula 1 Azerbaijan GP such as the winner of the race, the constructors winner, the podium position market, the fastest lap position, the specials market, the top finish market and so on.

The most interesting market of these is the race winner market in which Lewis Hamilton is the favourite with odds of 21/20. He is followed by Sebastian Vettel (17/10), Daniel Ricciardo (35/4), Max Verstappen (35/4), Valtteri Bottas (9/1), and Kimi Raikkonen (10/1).


SportPesa is a renowned betting operator run by TGP Europe Ltd, and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission which is proof that SportPesa is a very reliable bookmaker. Furthermore, they make their offer even better by providing all new customers with an extra £10 on first deposits of minimum £10.

In SportPesa’s betting offer about the Azerbaijan GP, Lewis Hamilton (21/20), Sebastian Vettel, (17/10), Daniel Ricciardo (35/4), and Max Verstappen (35/4), are the four main candidates for victory and they are followed by Valtteri Bottas (9/1) and Kimi Raikkonen (10/1).

SportPesa also offers its clients various other betting markets such as who will win the first practice, the fastest qualifier, finishing in the top 6, top 10, finishing at a podium position, who will have the fastest lap, and other markets.

In most of these markets the favourites are in the same order as in the race winner market and drivers such as Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel are leading the way.


RedZoneSports is another betting provider which is operated by the reputable Argyll Entertainment and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission. If betting on the 2018 F1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix is your first wager, you can make full use of their 40% Welcome bonus up to £200 and increase your first deposit significantly.

RedZoneSprts makes Lewis Hamilton its chief favourite to win the fourth race of the F1 calendar and to do this they give him odds of 21/20. Sebastian Vettel is also with a shot to do the same thing, but he will have to settle for slightly higher odds of 17/10.

Daniel Ricciardo (35/4) and Max Verstappen (35/4) share the same odds and their victory won’t surprise anyone as they are in pretty good form this year. However, they come with slightly higher odds and backing them can bring you a much better profit than backing one of Hamilton and Vettel.

The last two favourites to win in this Eurasian country are Valtteri Bottas (9/1) and Kimi Raikkonen (10/1) as the next in line to win in Baku, Carlos Sainz, is given astronomically high odds of 250/1.