Betting rules - WRC
OneBet is proud to say we are “the official Sports Betting Partner of the FIA World Rally Championship”. We strive to be the bookmaker in the world with the widest range of WRC betting selections, and will continue our work continuously to add the newest and best betting products within the WRC.
Here are the rules for the products we have today:
Place a bet on which driver to drive the fastest in either one specific rally, the whole season, or on a specific stage at on specific rally. If there is a tie between your pick, and another driver, you will get 50% of the odds.
Place a bet on one driver to have one of the top 3 fastest times in either one specific rally, the whole season, or on a specific stage at on specific rally. If there is a tie for third place, you will get 50% of the initial payback if your pick finishes third, but fully paid if he finishes first or second. If there is a tie between three drivers for third, and your pick finishes third, you will get 33% of the initial payback.
In the H2H, we put two drivers up against each other. The driver who has the fastest time at the specific bet option, will win the duel. If the finishing time is the same, the duel will end in a draw, and the odds are set to 1,00.
If a driver doesn’t start in a race/stage, all H2H-bets with this driver is void.
In the H3H, we put three drivers up against each other. The driver who has the fastest time at the specific bet option, will win the duel. If the finishing time is the same for the top two drivers, the odds are set to 50% of the original odds.
If a driver doesn’t start in a race/stage, all H3H-bets with this driver is void.
At the DUO betting, you need to pick the winner and the runner up for the specific betting option. As you can see from the odds in this market, you have the possibility to win bigger than in the other markets. If the top two drivers finishes at the same time, or if it is a tie between your driver and an other driver for the second place, you will get 50% of the initial payback.
Not finishing a stage, or finish minimum 5 minutes after the winner of the stage. If two "retires" in the same stage, it is the one with the slowest time who will be the winner of this bet. If two or more drivers doesn’t finish this stage, the odds will be divided with the same number of drivers who retires. Example: Meeke, Ogier, Evans and Latvala crashes in the first stage, but Ogier finish 6 minutes after the winner of the stage, and the 3 other drivers doesn’t finish this stage. Then the odds Meeke, Evans and Latvala has, will be divided by 3.
You can combine most markets with each other, but you are not allowed to combine win and place in the same stage, or combine the same driver in the same betting options.
Max winnings allowed on any combo bet is €20.000, if your winnings on any betting slip should exceed €20.000, your payout will be set to €20.000.
If your bet is placed before the event starts, the bet is lost if the driver doesn’t start.
If you place a bet on any market after some information of non starters and/or information of drivers with car problems or similar are available, OneBet has the right to shred the bets.