Hamilton 14/1 To Land Seven Or More F1 Drivers Titles

Lewis Hamilton landed the 2014 F1 Drivers Championship following his faultless performance in Sunday’s Grand Prix at Abu Dhabi and Boylesports has installed the British driver at 4/5 to retain the crown in 2015.

His teammate and rival this season, Nico Rosberg is priced at 7/4 to land the Drivers Championship in 2015 with Red Bull Racing-Renault’s, Daniel Ricciardo next in the betting at 9/1. Boylesports has priced up a head to head market between Hamilton and Rosberg for the 2015 season which sees Hamilton installed at 4/9 to win more points than team mate Rosberg (13/8).

Hamilton landed eleven of the 19 Grand prix this year and is installed at 8/11 to win over 7.5 races next year with Evens on offer for the British driver to win less than 7.5 races.

Hamilton has now won two World Drivers crowns and he is priced at 7/4 to win three in his career whilst its 14/1 that he can land seven or more with his current two priced at 4/1. As a result of his Abu Dhabi victory and second World title, Hamilton is now 11/4 from 7/2 to win the 2014 BCC SPOTY Award with Rory McIlroy eased to 2/7 from 1/6.

Liam Glynn, PR Executive at Boylesports said “Lewis Hamilton has now won two World Drivers Championships and he can be backed at 4/5 to retain the title in 2015. Having recorded 11 wins this season our traders are reporting interest in Hamilton at 8/11 to win over 7.5 Grand Prix races in 2015.”

He added “Hamilton has now been cut into 11/4 from 7/2 to win the BBC SPOTY Award and we are seeing support for the British driver at his current price. Some lucky punters may also be happy come December as Hamilton had been backed down from 14/1 throughout the year to land the coveted SPOTY award.”