FIM Speedway World Championship Betting

As for some of the less popular sporting events and betting markets that you are bound to come across at several of our featured betting sites, the one that will allow you to back a rider that you think is going to be crowned the FIM Speedway World Champion in 2019 is an often overlooked one.

However, if you are a fan of speedway then you may have an idea of the rider you think it going to do well next season and be crowned the champion rider, and if you are then today’s betting news story will give you an insight into just which odds are on offer on the futures betting market to that title.

In fact, two riders that cannot currently be separated at the Ladbrokes betting site on their futures betting markets of the FIM Speedway World Championship, and those riders are Bartosz Zmarzlik and Tai Woffinden and to be fair both of them do have a great chance of winning the title next year.

As for what odds you are going to be able to secure on them doing just that, well by betting at the Ladbrokes betting site right now you will be able to pick up odds of 9/4 on either of them.

Jason Doyle Current Second Favourite

It is your decision to make as to just which rider if any you do fancy backing, and if you are of the mind that the two favourites are not going to come out on top in 2019 it is certainly worth looking a little further down the betting markets.

By doing so you are going to come across riders such as Jason Doyle who is the current second favourite to win this championship and by backing him right now you really are going to be able to pick up some decent early odds, and for reference at Ladbrokes those odds are 8/1

Other Riders and Their Current Odds

To give you some ideas of just how generous the odds are on the early betting market on the FIM Speedway World Championship let me now move onto giving you an insight into some of the lesser fancied riders and their respective odds, as you may fancy backing one or more of the outsiders at big odds!

Freddie Lindgren, Leon Madsen and Maciej Janowski are all currently trading at around around the 9/1 and you are going to be able to secure odds of 12/1 on Artem Laguta, however at 20/1 there are not many punters backing Patryk Dudek nor it would appear are they backing Emil Saifutdinov or Martin Vaculik who are both on offer at 25/1.

I think it is fair to say that out all of all of the riders that will be hoping to win the FIM Speedway World Championship next year, the riders that have the lowest chances of doing so are the current 33/1 rank outsiders, those being Niels-Kristian Iversen, Antonio Lindback, Greg Hancock, Janusz Kolodziej and Matej Zagar.