One of the best effects of the rise in online sports gambling is the way in which we can now easily follow some of the less high profile sports gambling events. Visit any of the major sports gambling sites and they all cover a huge range of sports from all over the world. Not that long ago the potential for gambling on any sport other than football or horse racing was fairly restricted unless it was a major event in their calendar, but now we can expand our sports gambling interest to any number of relatively minor sports if we choose to do so. There are some sports of course that are huge worldwide but were not necessarily known as a gambling sport. F1 motor racing is a typical example of a sport which is followed avidly by motor racing fans all over the world, but gambling on F1 motor racing or gambling on motor racing in general was not really as popular as the sport itself prior to the availability of online sports gambling. Motor racing in all its forms is a very popular spectator sport, and now that gambling on motor racing is so easily accessible that too is rapidly expanding. In terms of gambling of course, gambling on F1 racing is the pinnacle of the motor racing sport and in spite of many fears expressed before the start of the 2015 season it looks as if it might prove to be more difficult to predict the outcome than many people thought. The latter stages of the 2014 season saw a fascinating duel between the two Mercedes drivers, Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, but there were no challengers from the other teams. It would now appear that Ferrari may just be catching up rapidly, so fans gambling on this year’s races must include the possibility that the famous red cars of Ferrari will get a few more wins over the course of the season to add to their surprise win in the second race.