World Superbikes Championship 2018 – Winner Odds

Please keep in mind that all odds mentioned are accurate at the time published on 12:19 PM, 10/04/2018 and are likely to change over time.

The World Superbike Championship is a competition which was started in 1988 and is made up of series of rounds which take place on specific race circuits. Each round has two races and the results of each one are taken into consideration when compiling the final standings.

Unlike the MotoGP, in which purpose built motorcycles are used, the machines used in the World Superbike Championship are only tuned variants of motorbikes which are otherwise available to the general public. This makes the World Superbike Championship much more relatable to fans than MotoGP, which has even been termed as boring by the legendary Valentino Rossi.

The World Superbikes Championship is quite exciting in itself, but one way to make it even more exciting is to place a wager or two on the outright winner market for the World Superbikes Championship 2018.

In this article we will try to list the five best betting operators for your World Superbikes Championship outright bets and, hopefully, by doing so we will help you in deciding which betting operator to choose.


Betser is a betting operator which is the brain child of Hero Gaming Limited, a Maltese company which operates under the laws stipulated by the MGA (Malta Gaming Authority). This means that the World Superbikes Championship 2018 betting experience you are going to get at Betser is going to be both safe and extremely satisfactory.

In addition to their reliability, Betser offer punters various bonuses and promotions which further increase the excitement. One such promotion is the chance to win an additional €10 when placing your first bet of €20 or more.

Betser’s outright winner market for the World Superbikes Championship 2018 is on par with industry leaders in terms of odds and what they give to all racers can be summed up as very enticing. Their main favourite is the Northern Irish maestro Jonathan Rea and he is given odds of 4/11. This is no surprise as he is currently first in the standings and obviously the people at Betser expect him to stay there.

Rea is followed by Chaz Davis with odds of 4/1, Marco Melandri is given odds of 21/4, the fourth favourite Tom Sykes has odds of 39/4, and Xavi Fores is given odds of 19/1.


Betfinal is a renowned sports bookmaker that is operated by Final Enterprises and provides betting services under Curaçao’s gambling laws. Betfinal is a very reliable and stable betting operator which tries to make the betting experience of all motorcycle aficionados and racing punters much more enjoyable.

To do this, they give all newcomers betting on the World Superbike Championship the chance to make use of their generous Welcome Bonus offer which says that all new Betfinal punters who deposit €25 can actually play for €50.

Betfinal’s favourite for the World Superbike Championship 2018 title is none other than three times’ consecutive winner Jonathan Rea. The Northern Irish racers won the competition in 2015, 2016, and 2017 and the people at Betfinal think he will do it again, so they give him odds of 4/11 as a result.

All other candidates such as Chaz Davis (4/1), Marco Melandri (21/4), Tom Sykes (39/4), and Xavi Fores (19/1) trail Rea by some distance and if any of them were to win the World Championship it would constitute a minor miracle.


TGP Europe Ltd is the company behind the reputable sports betting operator SportPesa. The company is run from Great Britain and as a result is regularly under the watchful eye of the UK Gambling Commission. The fact that SportPesa’s operations are under so much scrutiny from regulatory bodies is a good thing as it means that you are bound to get the safest betting experience possible.

What makes betting with SportPesa so interesting is the number of bonuses which punters are entitled to. For example, all first time deposits (of minimum £10) placed on the World Superbike Championship 2018 are eligible for an extra £10.

In terms of odds, the favourite with all other betting operators is also SportPesa’s main candidate to be the competition’s winner. They give Jonathan Rea odds of 20/57 to win the World Superbike Championship and are so confident in his success that the second best candidate (Chaz Davies) is given very high odds of 15/4.

Other candidates for the title include Marco Melandri with odds of 5/1, Tom Sykes is given 19/2, odds of 18/1 are awarded to Xavi Fores, whereas Alex Lowes, Leon Camier, and Michael van der Mark share enticing odds of 32/1.


Argyll Entertainment is one of the most reliable companies standing behind successful betting operators and their betting provider SportNation is no different. SportNation is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission and is an exemplar of how a modern betting provider should operate.

Betting on the World Superbike Championship 2018 with them is definitely a smart thing to do not just because of the security that they give to their punters, but also because they have one of the most attractive welcome bonuses in the betting industry. When you bet for the first time with SportNation, you are eligible for their 50% Welcome Bonus which can go up to £300.

This extra money that you get from the welcome bonus can very easily go on Jonathan Rea, who at odds of 20/57 is a risk free bet and you can actually almost double your initial deposit by using this promotion and the odds for the favourite.

Other, riskier, betting propositions for the World Superbike Championship 2018 include Chaz Davies (15/4), Marco Melandri (5/1), Tom Sykes (19/2), Xavi Fores (18/1), Alex Lowes (32/1), Leon Camier (32/1), and Michael van der Mark (32/1).


RedZoneSports is another UK regulated betting operator run by Argyll Entertainment. This means that you should only expect the best motor racing betting offers and safest betting experiences from them.

In addition to this, they also offer their first time clients the chance to make full use of the 40% extra for new customers, an offer which can increase your initial deposit substantially and can take it to £200, which is perfect if you are betting on the World Superbike Championship for the first time.

Superbike legend Jonathan Rea is RedZoneSports’ favourite to finish the World Superbike season as the champion and for this he is given odds of 20/57. As with other bookmakers, these odds are definitely not as high as you would like them to be, but then again there aren’t any safer bets than backing Rea to be triumphant in superbike once again. Just look at this proposition like putting your money in the bank at an interest rate of 1.35.

Other Redzonesports candidates to win the World Superbike Championship 2018 are: Chaz Davies (15/4), Marco Melandri (5/1), Tom Sykes (19/2), Xavi Fores (18/1), Alex Lowes (32/1), Leon Camier (32/1), and Michael van der Mark (32/1).