F1 betting odds have favored Jenson Button all season but it is very likely he won’t have to do much in this race since the championship is all but decided.
F1 odds could favor Rubens Barrichello or Sebastian Vettel on Sunday. Other contenders include Mark Webber and Kimi Raikkonen. Longshots include Felipe Massa and Lewis Hamilton. The Constructor’s title is already wrapped up as Brawn-Mercedes has dominated from the beginning of the F1 odds season. RBR-Renault has wrapped up second in F1 betting odds.
The Brazilian Grand Prix F1 betting odds race is held at the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace in Interlagos which is a district in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The F1 odds race was first held in 1972 but was not part of Formula One that season. The next year it was added to the schedule. This race has decided the F1 Championship in the past as in 2005 it was Fernando Alonso winning. Alonso was the youngest ever World Champ in 2005. Many great races in F1 odds have been held at the Interlagos.
Last year it was Felipe Massa winning this F1 odds race but it was Hamilton who won the overall F1 title. Alonso finished second last season in this F1 odds race just ahead of Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel. Raikkonen won this race two years ago in F1 betting odds while Massa won in 2006 F1 odds. Juan Pablo Montoya was the F1 odds winner in this race in 2004 and 2005.
What is overshadowing everything in F1 odds recently is the Renault cheating scandal. In last year’s Singapore Grand Prix it was Renault ordering one of their drivers to crash so another driver could win. Renault has basically admitted the allegations are true as they said they won’t contest the allegations. “The Renault Formula One team will not dispute the recent allegations made by the FIA concerning the 2008 Singapore Grand Prix,” the F1 odds team said in a statement. Both men who set up the crash are no longer with Renault. Flavio Briatore was the team’s managing director, and Pat Symonds was the engineering director. The scandal is going to affect F1 odds racing since Renault may be forced out. That would leave only teams financed by Mercedes-Benz, Toyota and Fiat, the owner of Ferrari in the series.