The all-time most successful and dominant driver in betting grand online prix history is a notable figure not only in Germany but around the globe. And one of the events that helped to define his F1 betting career was of course his home course betting grand online prix event where he enjoyed great success over the years.
Betting grand online prix experts also know that Michael isn’t the only famous Schumacher to win the event as his brother Ralf has also carved a name out for himself in the betting grand online prix track. The track itself is known all through betting grand online prix fandom by the simply name of Nurburgring. For years Michael and Ralf dominated on this track winning five out eleven races in the late nineteen nineties and the early part of this century. In fact, the elder Schumacher is not surprisingly the all time winningest driver at the track in betting grand online prix history. He has four career F1 betting victories at the track which is tops amongst all racers since the mid 1920s when the venue opened.
However, in 2006 it was decided to split the German Grand Prix between the Nurburgring and the Hockenheimring. This year the racing of the German Grand Prix betting grand online prix event will be held at the Hockenheimring with the race going back to the Nurburgring next year.
After the retirement of Michael, Ralf remains active in F1 betting racing for Toyota but hasn’t won here since 2001. In fact, his lone betting grand online prix win in the German Grand Prix came in that year and he has had little affect in the standings since then.
The drivers to beat in this year’s betting grand online prix event will of course be the defending F1 betting champ Kimi Raikkonen and the best young driver that betting grand online prix fans have ever seen, Leonard Hamilton. Ferrari is obviously the strongest team to date in the 2008 betting grand online prix season and Raikkonen and teammate Felipe Massa will be looking to build their lead at the German Grand Prix.