The Formula 1 returns to Baku for the first time in two years.
The BetDeluxe team has previewed the best bets heading into the Azerbaijan Grand Prix this weekend.
It has been the season from hell for the second fiddle Mercedes driver but he gets a big chance at one his favourite tracks.
Bottas’ Monaco Grand Prix ended in absolute disaster with his right front wheel nut deciding not to budge when coming in for a regulation pit stop.
Then, prior to that, there was an unfortunate crash in the second race of the season at Imola.
Despite all the hard luck stories for Bottas this year, he still boasts a pole position, two fastest laps in a race and three podium finishes through five races.
The Mercedes is still the fastest car on the grid and let us not forget of Bottas’ win at this venue back in 2019.
His record here is almost unrivalled with a runner-up and third-placed finish to go with his win two years ago.
Suggested Bet: Valteri Bottas win at $8
Charles LeClerc seems to the forgotten man when looking at the betting markets.
The young Ferrari number one driver went through a rollercoaster of emotions during the Monaco Grand Prix after qualifying on pole and then being unable to start to the race due to gear box failure.
However, despite how gutted the Monte Carlo local may have felt about his previous race weekend was, he has the chance to show his finesee and prowess on tight-turning street circuit.
The pace of Leclerc shows how threatening this Scuderia Ferrari can be in a street circuit like Monaco or Azerbaijan.
Leclerc has impressed in his two career races in Baku.
He has fastest lap to his name, set the track record and was named Driver of the Day in a fifth-placed finish back in 2019, and finishing sixth from 13th on the grid in 2018 with a Sauber car which was barely expected to finish anywhere bar the rear half of the field.
Suggested Bet: Charles LeClerc top three/podium finish at $19