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Formula One Betting in 2014

We sense that people think about F1 with less and less excitement due to Sebastian Vettel easily winning recent races and without question bagging his fourth Championship title in due course – a leading bookmaker made him 7/1 to win all remaining races of the season, and this tells you a lot about where the King of Motorsports currently stands.

To build such an enormous dominance in an era where you find drivers like Fernando Alonso, Lewis Hamilton, Kimi Raikkonen, Jenson Button (and the list goes on) on the grid, is truly remarkable. During the early 2000s people didn’t like Michael Schumacher and now many turn against Vettel due to him ruining their Sunday afternoons – this is how it goes, I am sure Red Bull fans and Red Bull itself don’t bother with this too much.

Inevitably, all winning periods have to come to an end, just the way it did in 2005 with rule changes regarding tyre testing, and in 2009 with the introduction of the double-blown diffuser just to list the more recent ones. This latter one was especially significant, with Brawn GP winning the championship and Red Bull establishing themselves among the front-runners.

2014 will bring a whole lot of new things, including 1.6, V6 engines, and largely different aerodynamic designs. One can, therefore, expect a shake-up in the competitive order, with reliability issues thrown in the mix. Being up-to-date with all the technical developments and finding value bets can prove to more profitable than ever before – the team of mybettingpreviews.com will keep you informed by providing betting previews on the website, sharing quick tips on Twitter and Facebook, and sending you detailed betting analysis to your email if you wish to sign up for our newsletter.

Until then, enjoy what remains of the 2013 season and hope that there will be some genuinely exciting races with heroic drives such as Hulkenberg’s in Korea!