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F1 Constructors' Championship Outright odds: Red Bull raring to go in title defence

Red Bull did the double last season by winning the Drivers' and Constructors' crowns, but they face a fierce battle to retain their team title with Mercedes and Ferrari snapping at their heels.

We have examined each team’s prospects for the upcoming 2023 Formula 1 season, while you can check out the latest Constructors' Championship prices here.

What2023 F1 season
WhereAcross the world
WhenSunday 5th March - Sunday 26th November
How to watchSky Sports and Channel 4
OddsRed Bull 1/20, Ferrari 16/1, Aston Martin 20/1, Mercedes 20/1

Red Bull

To Win Outright - 1/20

Red Bull are heavy favourites to retain their Constructors' Championship, with two consecutive one-two finishes for their drivers Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez in the opening two races of the season seeing them take an imposing early lead in the standings.


To Win Outright - 16/1

Ferrari remain second-favourites for the Constructors' crown, despite a difficult start to the season which sees the Scuderia lie in fourth place with Charles Leclerc enduring a particularly disappointing start to the campaign after being forced to retire in the opening race in Bahrain and finishing seventh in Saudi Arabia.

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Aston Martin

To Win Outright - 20/1

Aston Martin boast an impressive car this year, and with Fernando Alonso finishing on podium in third place in the first two races of the season, the Silverstone-based team could be primed to challenge the likes of Red Bull, Ferrari and Mercedes this year.


To Win Outright - 20/1

It's been an underwhelming start to the 2023 season for the winners of the 2021 Constructors' Championship Mercedes, with star driver Lewis Hamilton publicly bemoaning the pace of the car after he and teammate George Russell failed to secure a podium finish in the opening two races of the season.

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