Singapore Grand Prix Betting Odds
The Singapore Grand Prix was discontinued back in 1973 but has been re-introduced to the F1 calendar in 2008. It is the only F1 Grand Prix to take place during night time and certainly, this makes it unique for both drivers and fans.
The main peculiarity of this track is that is only long 4 miles and has a total of 23 turns. Given the high number of turns, this is a slower track compared with the majority of the others.
If you are planning to bet ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix we suggest you take full advantage of our odds comparison table below. Betting at the highest possible odds will increase your returns if your wager is successful.
F1 Drivers Championship Standings and Betting Odds
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