The other type of racing

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If you haven’t done so already, take a look at the betting sections dedicated to the volatile world of Formula 1 racing. You simply never know what to expect. When Lewis Hamilton lost against Nico Rosberg in 2016, failing to win a fourth championship, TV audience in Britain fell by more than 5 million. Now the expectations are building up again. There is plenty of thrills to look forward to in 2017.

Fortunately, sites like William Hill make F1 betting easier than ever. Just click on the Sports tab and choose Motor Racing. Once there, you can choose between the actual Formula 1 and the virtual one. Let’s start with the real-life Formula 1, which consists of F1 Drivers Championship and Constructors Championship.

In F1 Drivers Championship, you will find all the familiar faces you can bet on. It is up to you whether you prefer a reliable superstar like Lewis Hamilton, a dark horse like Carlos Sainz, or a gamble of a lifetime such as Pascal Wehrlein. When you have made up your mind, click on the driver’s name, and it will be added to your bet slip on the right. When you input the amount you feel like betting, you can see the estimated returns and decide whether it is worth it. As always, it might be a good idea to keep an eye out for our Tip Advisor, where you can compare your knowledge with the tips of other site users. There are some experienced tippers out there, and it often pays to listen to them.

If anything, it is a simpler and cleaner solution: no hassle with cars, weather conditions or defective parts. It is all up to the armchair drivers.

But maybe you are more interested in roaring engines than in beating hearts. If you feel more confident when betting on F1 cars than on drivers, no problem! William Hill offers Constructors Championship, which has all your favourite F1 car makers. There is one thing in which cars are similar to drivers: there are huge differences in betting potential. From multiple winners like Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull, to occasional surprises like Haas or Toro Rosso, there is a range of interesting choices to make.

Will Mercedes continue its domination, which has been going on for several seasons? It might be dethroned by Ferrari, which has impressed with excellent results recently. Red Bull has unveiled a new RB13 car, designed to be faster, but also harder to drive. McLaren-Honda is in trouble yet again, but it wouldn’t be the first time they surprise us. Which car maker will you bet your money on? Do you have a favourite already? Any insider information not reflected by the odds will give you an edge.

You might feel like the time until the next race is passing too slowly. It is too bad races don’t take place every day. Or do they? At William Hill you can always switch to virtual racing. If anything, it is a simpler and cleaner solution: no hassle with cars, weather conditions or defective parts. It is all up to the armchair drivers. With races taking place every day, it is a fun way to kill time until the real-life legends sit behind the wheel.

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