General rules

The result of a bet on car racing is based on the first official published results. Any decisions taken by the competent sports bodies (such as the FIA) to modify or amend the results of the competition will not be considered.

For the bets to stand all the proposed drivers must participate and complete the race, otherwise all bets involving that drivers will be considered as void.

In the event of a draw, the rule described in paragraph 2.0.11 of the Pre-match General Rules shall apply.

 

Market types

  • Winner (Race)

You have to predict the winner of the race.

Important Note: Bets related to a driver who does not participate in the race or retires, are considered as lost.

  • Winner (Qualifying)

You have to predict which driver will get the best time in the GP qualifiers.

Important Note: Bets related to a driver who does not participate in the race or retires, are considered as lost.

  • Team Winner (Race)

You have to predict the winner of the GP.

  • Team Winner (Qualifying)

You have to predict the winner qualifiers of the GP.

  • First Driver To Retire

You have to predict which will be the first driver to retire during the race, if there is no retirement, the winning outcome will be "None".

  • First Team To Retire

You have to predict which will be the first team to have at least one driver retired during the race. If there is no retirement the winning outcome will be "None".

  • Classified Yes/No (Race)

You have to predict if the driver offered in the bet will be classified at the end of the Grand Prix. The drivers who have completed the race are considered classified.

If a driver does not take part in the race, all related bets will be refunded (VOID).

  • Best of the Group (Race)

You have to predict the driver who will get the best placement in the GP.

Bets on the Best of the Group, related to a driver who does not participate in the race or retires, are considered as lost.
If all drivers listed retire or do not take part in the race, bets on the Group's Best will be refunded (VOID).
  • Fastest Lap (Race)

You must predict the driver who set the fastest lap in the GP.

  • Head to Head (Race)

You have to predict which of the two drivers indicated in the bet, will get the best placement at the end of the GP.

Bets are valid if both drivers participate in the race and at least one of them is classified.
Bets are refunded (VOID), if one or both of the drivers do not start the race or if none of them is classified.
  • U/O Classified

You have to predict if the number of the proposed drivers, completing the GP, will be higher (Over) or lower (Under) than the proposed spread.

To be considered as a classified driver, one must complete the race.

  • Drivers Championship

You must bet on the driver who will win the World Drivers’ Championship title.

Important Note: Bets on the Winner, related to a driver who is not participating in the race or retires during the race, are considered as lost.

  • Constructors Championship

You must predict the Team that will win the World Constructors’ Championship title.

Important Note: Bets on the Winner, related to a driver who is not participating in the race or retires during the race, are considered as lost.