BetFanF1 is advertised as a dedicated, professional club designed to help it’s members make a decent profit from Formula One racing.
At first glance this may look a little like insider trading. Allegedly in an Formula One betting market you are taking on an odds-compiler. The odds compiler may well be one man or one office that may also price-up the Nascar, Speedway and Indi-car race..
BetFanF1 claims that it is very much different to a typical horse race where the vast army of Betting Exchanges such as Betfair can set the market with the on-course bookmakers to follow. They are, in turn, then manipulated by the major bookmaking firms.
The author of BetFanF1 state that he has very close contacts within the odds compiling industry and the Formula One industry, boasting ” I’m very close to the production team…and I often get vital information from them before anyone (including twitter).”
This service is too new to measure but there does seem to be a surprisingly large array of suggested selections such as:
Jean-Eric Vergne to make Session Three of Canadian Grand Prix Qualifying.
Jenson Button to finish in the top-six of the Austrian Grand Prix
No Safety Car in the British Grand Prix
Nico Hulkenberg to finish in the top-six of British Grand Prix
The price is £34.97 per season
Money Back Guarantee: They state in their terms and conditions that “Subscriptions are generally non refundable and you accept this when subscribing to any Betfan managed service. However BetFanF1 will review every refund request and if BetFanF1 feel a refund is warranted it shall be granted.”