F1 Drivers Championship odds 2020

Who wins the F1 Drivers Championship 2020?

Odd unit: EU | UK | US
Highest
odds
Lowest
odds
Lewis Hamilton1.671.57
Charles Leclerc6.005.50
Valtteri Bottas6.505.50
Max Verstappen7.504.00
Sebastian Vettel8.007.50
Alexander Albon101.00101.00
Any Other Driver251.00251.00
Carlos Sainz, Jr.501.00401.00
Esteban Ocon1001.00501.00
Daniel Ricciardo1001.00751.00
Lando Norris1001.00751.00
Sergio Pérez1001.00751.00
Kimi Räikkönen1501.001001.00
Pierre Gasly2001.00751.00
Daniil Kvyat2001.001001.00
Antonio Giovinazzi2001.001501.00
Kevin Magnussen2001.001501.00
Lance Stroll2001.001501.00
Romain Grosjean2001.001501.00
George Russell4001.002001.00
Nicholas Latifi4001.002001.00

F1 Drivers Championship 2020

The 2019 season of the world racing championship has just ended, which left British racing driver Lewis Hamilton as king of the races who, with the three-time championship, reached the six world championships won by placing only one of the historic and seven-time champion Michael Schumacher. The Briton finished this year with a magnificent performance being in first place in the Grand Prix of ABU DHABI held in the United Arab Emirates on December 1.

Now, some of the teams have opted for drastic changes in their lineups and others for continuity. The 2020 grill is now fully closed. Keep in mind that the plans of the teams and drivers are that this new 2020 season is transitional, this before the regulatory change that is coming in 2021. This is why, all the great figures in the category have signed contracts until 2020, leaving options open for 2021.

The grill in this 2020 will be:

TEAM

PILOT

NUMBER

COUNTRY

PILOT

NUMBER

COUNTRY

Mercedes

Lewis Hamilton

44

UK

Valtteri Bottas

77

Finland

Ferrari

Sebastian Vettel

5

Germany

Charles Leclerc

16

Monaco

Red Bull

Max Verstapen

33

Netherlands

Alexander Albon

23

Tailand

McLaren

Carlos Sainz

55

Spain

Lando Norris

4

UK

Renault

Daniel Ricciardo

3

Australia

Esteban Ocon

31

France

Toro Rosso

Daniil Kvyat

26

Russia

Pierre Gasly

10

France

Alfa Romeo

Kimi Räikkönen

7

Finland

Antonio Giovinazzi

99

Italy

Racing Point

Lance Stroll

18

Canada

Sergio Pérez

11

Mexico

Hass Ferrari

Romain Grosjean

8

France

Kevin Magnussen

20

Denmark

Williams

George Russell

63

UK

Nicholas Latifi

40

Canada

 

The next season will have many challenges for the best drivers in the world, new stars like Max Verstapen and Charles Leclerc will give a strong battle to the three-time champion Lewis Hamilton to avoid getting his fourth championship in line. For their part, Valtteri Bottas and Sebastian Vettel will come out to reaffirm that the seniority and experience in these types of championships weigh more than the impetus and aggressiveness of a rookie driver. There is no doubt that it will be an electrifying championship in every point of view and that the Ferrari and Mercedes teams will be at the top of the podium.