Heading into the season the heavyweights of the F1 odds, Ferrari, McLaren, Williams and the like looked poised to carry on their F1 betting odds dominance. However, as the sports book season has shown so far, nothing could be further from the truth.
F1 odds fans are now gearing up for the Hungarian Grand Prix to see if the craziness will continue or the perennial F1 betting odds giants can claw their way back to the top. Held in the capital city of Budapest this race was first run in 1936 on a 3.1 mile F1 odds track is laid out in a park in the city.
Today F1 odds fans flock to the winding Hungaroring to watch their favorite drivers. It’s a very challenging course with plenty of straights and plenty of opportunities for speed. There is also plenty of straight-aways for passing and creating some interesting F1 odds outcomes.
On the course there are really only three hair-pin turns and three to four straights suitable for passing. It’s a perfect recipe for F1 betting odds action and there should be plenty of lead changes, relative to other F1 odds events. But this is by no means a wide open course and it’s considered one of the most challenging on the F1 odds circuit by many drivers.
Last year the race qualifying was dominated by Leonard Hamilton the eventual F1 odds champ. But after locking down the pole position he was unable to finish on the podium. Mercedes driver Heikki Kovalainen took his first checkered flag followed by Toyota’s Timo Glock and Kimi Raikkonen of Ferrari.
Hamilton had a banner year last year and is one of the heavy F1 odds favorites in the early going of the season that has struggled to repeat his success from the past. Raikkonen is yet another former F1 odds champ expected to do well this year and has struggled mightily.
So far this year the story in the F1 betting odds has been Jensen Button’s resurgence as a driver and team Brawn’s emergence out of nowhere to become the dominant team the F1 betting. Button is on pace to capture his first driver’s title and barring any major melt down’s Brawn looks set capture the Constructor’s Cup, something no F1 odds maker could have predicted.
Look for Button or his teammate Rubens Barrichello to take the checkered flag. Also keep an eye on young Sebastian Vettel of Red Bull and teammate Mark Webber.
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