This is a key race for drivers in the point’s standings and gamblers that bet on F1 action at the sportsbook will want to keep that in mind.
F1 betting had the Japanese Grand Prix being held at the Fuji Speedway and the Suzuka Circuit. Next year the race moves back to the Fuji Speedway. Last season it was Fernando Alonso winning this race in F1 betting while Lewis Hamilton won two years ago. Alonso also won the 2006 race in F1 betting. Kimi Raikkonen won in 2004 while Rubens Barrichello was the F1 betting winner in 2003. The rest of the decade was dominated by Michael Schumacher who was the winner for those that bet on F1 races from 2000-2002.
F1 betting this season had been all about Jensen Button but he has come back to the field a little bit in recent races. Alonso is not one of the drivers that can win the championship but he could be someone to watch in F1 betting this week. Last year he dominated this F1 betting event.
F1 betting odds at the online sportsbook still have Button as one of the leading contenders to win the Japanese Grand Prix but he is not the only one. Rubens Barrichello has been making a move and could get a win in F1 betting this week. Also not to be ignored are Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber in F1 betting. Taking anyone else, even Alonso is a risk. Raikkonen might be worth a shot as you bet on F1 action at the sportsbook since he won this race a few years ago.
If you are looking at a constructor’s bet this week in F1 betting at the online sportsbook you would have to go with Brawn-Mercedes or RBR-Renault. They have so dominated the F1 season that taking anyone else is usually throwing money away when you bet on F1.
The options at the sportsbook for F1 action usually involve the odds to win the race, the winning constructor and sometimes you will find matchups pitting top drivers against each other.
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