Motor Racing Rules
See Formula 1 Racing for Formula 1 Rules.
Motor Racing events must take place within 72 hours of the original start time or bets will be cancelled.
Minimum Length of Play
All wagers will be settled according to the unofficial results reported immediately after the conclusion of the race by the governing organization. Any changes to the finishing order that occurs based on appeals, penalties or scoring malfunctions after the race has concluded, will not be recognized. If a race is abandoned and no presentation position or official result is declared all bets on that race will be cancelled except for bets on any markets which have been unconditionally determined.
Motor Racing Wagers
Motor racing wagers are accepted in the following manner:
Wager on one or more specified driver(s) versus one or more specified driver(s). Wagers are placed on the driver only, not the car or team. If the original driver is replaced by another driver after the start of the race the original driver is the driver of record and the wager will be action. All drivers in the match-up must start the race for action. If one of the drivers does not finish the race, the other driver is considered the winner. If neither driver finishes the race, the driver who completed the most laps is the winner. If both drivers complete the same number of laps but do not finish the race, all bets are cancelled.
Any changes in finishing order that occurs based on appeals, penalties, or scoring malfunctions after the race has concluded, will not be recognized. Wagers on qualifying performance will be settled according to position and times set during the final qualifying session. For the purposes of these markets, any subsequent alterations of grid positions are not recognized.
Wager on who will win the race. If a driver does not take part in the race, then bets on them will be cancelled.
Wager on the constructor or team the winning driver represents. For any driver who moves teams during race week, bets will be settled on the constructor/team they represent at the start of the race.
Wager on who will finish in the podium spots (Top 3 positions).
Wager on who will finish in the points (Top 10 for Formula 1).
Wager on which driver will be the first to retire from the race. Should two drivers retire on the same lap then Dead Heat Rules will apply.
Pole Position/Qualifying Markets
Wagers on qualifying performance will be settled according to position and times set during the final qualifying session. For the purposes of these markets, any subsequent alterations of grid positions are not recognized.
Motor Racing Props
Various unique wagers may be offered from time to time, called proposition bets