In this Fusion Racing Review I’ll be looking at this new tipping service which has been proofed and verified by BetInfo 24. It’s one of the newer tipping services, having only been around since May 2019. I’ll be finding out how much money you can make if you do decide to get in early
What is Fusion Racing?
Not all tipsters tell you how they come up with their selections. Many of them try and make their process sound more interesting when it really is just good old fashioned research. Fusion racing is quite upfront about what goes on there.
They have three high-speed computers and a bespoke algorithm that goes through the day’s runners and riders and chugs out a list of potential winners.
How does Fusion Racing Work?
This means that on some days there is one bet and on others as many as five. The algorithm factors in every possible variable factor you can think of and identifies value bets. All of this number crunching means the bets aren’t with you until 10.45-11 am which doesn’t leave you long to get the bets on.
Luckily, the bets are straightforward and easy to place, being 1pt each way bets between 2/1 and 16/1. The price is a bit more settled than if they were delivered the night before, but you shouldn’t waste any time getting the higher priced bets on. This service does throw up the occasional odd choice but advises followers to stick to the plan.
How long does Fusion Racing take to set up?
Once you’ve paid your money, you’re in. You will get the tips by email or view them on the BetInfo 24 website. While you’re waiting for that first tip to come in you need to make sure you have at least of bookies accounts active.
As you won’t have too long to get these on, you won’t have time to wait for password reset emails to come through. Given the timing of the tips, Betfair could be an option though you will lose out on any BOG (best odds guaranteed) benefits.
How long does it take to use Fusion Racing?
As there are just four bets, if you’re all set up it won’t matter time-wise where you do this. If it takes you more than 10 minutes I’d be surprised. Betfair will be marginally quicker than going to as many as four different bookies. But, unless you are really pressed for time, you should look for the best prices.
How much can you make with Fusion Racing?
Getting those prices will have been key to any followers who have matched the published 98pts profit since launch. There have been some big winners in that short time and if you’d only got them a 10 instead of 14, you wouldn’t have made the advised profits.
Even so, at the recommended £20/pt, getting half of the £1920 profit would have been worth your time and effort. The pretty poor 17% win rate boosted is by returns from a good number of ‘placed’ selections. These are good profits that won’t be eaten up by subscription fees either.
How much does Fusion Racing cost?
£27.99 a month is more than reasonable given the results and you would be even better off taking the £64.99 quarterly option. You can also get your first 14 days for £3. As this is being sold via Clickbank, you’ll have to add VAT on to that, but it still represents excellent value.
The Clickbank badge also means you get a 30-day money-back guarantee. It also means you won’t have any problems getting a refund or cancelling should you need to do so.
The recommended bank is 50pts at £20/pt. This should be adequate given the biggest drop to date is 23pts in one month. It was made up for with a 32pt come back the following month though.
Fusion Racing Review Disadvantages
It’s not usually a rollercoaster but with a 17% win rate, the big winners do all the work here. The placed results do boost the profits nicely, but getting those high prices is where you make your money. This can mean a while between big winners and the more nervous punters will be wondering where the next win is coming from.
For this reason, I would suggest newbies steer clear of this until after they’ve used a service with a more acceptable win rate.
Fusion Racing Review Advantages
Apart from that, this is an impressive service. If you’ve got everything set up beforehand, this is quick and easy to use and the profits are up there with the best tipping services. Once you factor in the very cheap price there is only really one conclusion I could come to.
Fusion Racing Review Conclusion and Overall Rating
I can’t think of a reason why you wouldn’t follow Fusion Racing. Other than if you are unable to get the bets on in time, or for anything like the advised prices.
If you think this might be the case, take the 14 da £3 trail and give it a dry run at smaller stakes and see how you do. But, for the profits on offer here you could use that 14 day period to get things set up so you can get the bets on – it will be worth the effort.