Sportsbook Rules & Regulations
Motor Sports / Motor Racing
Info: Motor Racing is fall under Sports Category Motor Sports
1. Motor Sports include, without limitation, Formula One, Moto GP and A1GP.
2. Podium positions will count as the official result, regardless of any subsequent disqualification or amendment to the race result. If there is no podium ceremony then the result is that declared by the relevant governing body immediately after the end of the race. Qualifying markets are based on the final qualifying positions declared by the governing body immediately after the end of qualifying
3. If the scheduled venue is changed then all bets will be considered void.
4. If a race is postponed then all bets are still considered valid if the race is started before the forty-eight hour expiration, otherwise all bets will be considered void. If a race starts but is not completed then all bets will remain valid if an official result is declared. If no official result is declared then all bets will be void.
5. A motor race is deemed to have started when the signal is given to start the warm-up lap. If a competitor is not ready to start from the grid (or pit lane) then bets on that racer will be void. If a competitor fails to start the official qualifying session then pole position bets on that racer will be considered void.
6. In Head to Head markets both racers must start the race (or official qualifying session) for bets to be valid. The racer with the better finishing position will be declared the winner. If both racers fail to finish then the competitor completing the most laps is deemed the winner. If the same number of laps are recorded for both racers then all bets will be void, unless official finishing positions are declared.
7. Fastest Lap markets are decided on the racer or team with the fastest lap time during the race.
8. Number of Classified Finishers markets are decided on the official result declared by the governing body.
9. Motor Sports Live Betting is settled on the result of the official result of the specified race.
10. Odd/Even markets are based on the final finishing positions as declared by the governing body. For example if Driver A finishes in 1st Position then the result is odd; if Driver B finishes in 2nd Position then the result is even, etc. If a driver is not given an official classification then bets will be considered void and will be refunded.
11. Winning Margin markets are based on the time difference (in seconds) between the selected drivers as declared by the governing body. Over means that the time difference will be greater than the handicap, while Under means that the time difference will be less than the handicap offered. Should the time difference be exactly the same as the handicap then bets will be considered void and will be refunded.