Auto racing betting odds fans were treated to real treat last Formula One season. And this year, having gotten off to a very strong start, many fans are asking whether or not this is the year the young Brit beats the auto racing odds and wins his first world driving title.
Auto racing odds makers were blown away last season as Hamilton shattered nearly every rookie driving record imaginable and came within a few places of winning his first auto racing odds driving title in just his first year driving in World Cup. Just to put things in perspective, no driver has ever won the F-1 driving title in their rookie season in the history of auto racing betting odds. But last season if he had only earned two points more in the final auto racing odds event of the F-1 season he would have done it. And what’s more impressive is that he actually led the auto racing odds standings for almost the entire racing season, faltering only at the end of the auto racing betting odds year.
And for anyone that thought last season’s auto racing odds success might have been a fluke Hamilton is off to another roaring start in 2008. Hamilton won the first auto racing odds event of the season at the Aussie Grand Prix and picked up four points in Malaysia. He currently holds a three point lead over his nearest competitor and will be looking to pull ahead even further at the next auto racing odds event. If all goes well, he could become the newest auto racing betting odds champ in F-1, and the youngest ever in the history of F-1 auto racing odds.
He looks to have an even better shot this year than last as the experience of his inaugural auto racing odds season will certainly pay off. Also, former teammate and rival Fernando Alonso is racing an inferior car this year in the auto racing betting odds events for Renault and is not likely to be a serious challenge. Hamilton’s biggest auto racing odds hurdle will likely be Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen, the defending auto racing odds champ.