The most straightforward of bets is calling the winner of the race, although this can be easier said than done between the 33 cars running. A successful bet will require the driver you backed, to win the race outright.
If you fancy a particular driver to race well but not neccesarily win, you can opt for a Podium bet where if your driver finishes in one of the top three positions, you win money.
If your driver ends up on the podium, you win money
You can also pit one or, several drivers up against another in a Match-up bet. Here the driver to finish in the higher position is the winner.
If you’ve done all your homework and assessed each driver’s chances down to the last turn, you can put your money where your mouth is via a Futures bet. Identifying a winner in advance of the race will not only see you bet with clarity but, most importantly, give you the best odds.
A Prop bet removes the pressure of relying on a winner and chucks some fun into the mix at the same time. For instance, you can wager on how many caution flags there will be. Or, the first driver to DNF.
As interest in the event grows through legalized mobile betting expect the bookmakers to be more creative with what you can wager on