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Free Practice Value

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For anyone interested in some analysis of different driver’s practice routines and how that knowledge can help us to extract the maximum value from bets by entering the market at the optimum time, check out this excellent post from John at Flutterfly.co.uk.

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May 21, 2009 at 5:48 pm

2009 Not a Preview

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I’ve been trying to resist writing a preview or even looking at the markets for the forthcoming Formula One season for several reasons. Firstly my records would suggest that I am not a particularly good ante post punter. Continue reading…

An Introduction To F1 Betting

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A guest post written on the excellent Forumula1.net.

Early Price Alert: Monaco

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Not too much detail at this stage, but a couple of prices that I think are worth taking in advance of the Monaco race weekend are:

Lewis Hamilton Race Winner @ 16/5 (4.20) with BWin
Lewis Hamilton to beat Felipe Massa @ 6/5 (2.20) with BWin
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May 15, 2008 at 5:45 pm

Wide Margin Winner in Malaysia

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The winning margin is not a market that I usually get involved in, but with uncertainty surrounding so many of the traditional markets both at this circuit and at this point in the season, it looks to be worthwhile falling back on some statistics. Continue reading…

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March 21, 2008 at 8:55 am

Australian Grand Prix Data Sheet

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pdf-icon.jpg As promised, here is the first in the series of data sheets that I will be producing in advance of each Grand Prix. Hopefully the statistics and trends that I have included will provide some useful pointers for those of you looking to have a bet.

Title: Australian Grand Prix Data Sheet | Format: PDF | Filesize: 85.4kb
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Season-Long Spreads

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Sporting Index has finally managed to throw together some spread prices for the Drivers’ World Championships and Constructors’ World Championships markets. Perhaps they read F1Punter? The championship indexes offer a sliding scale of reward depending on where each driver or team finishes (top six for drivers, top three for constructors).
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March 5, 2008 at 9:48 pm