Auto Racing Betting

Odds of winning the Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix 2016

Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix 2016Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg is the auto racing betting favorite to win the Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix on July 3rd, 2016 thanks to his dominant performance at the European Grand Prix in Baku, Azerbaijan. The German racer lead every lap – including fastest lap – from the pole position for his fifth victory of the season and second career Grand Slam – the first took place at the Russian Grand Prix, which coincidentally had been his last win of the 2016 campaign. Rosberg had, willingly or not, ceded the spotlight to his teammate Lewis Hamilton, especially in Monaco and Canada. But he came back with a vengeance to solidify his spot at the top of the standings with 141 points (Hamilton is second with 117).

Odds of Winning the NASCAR Truck Series Speediatrics 200

NASCAR Truck Series Speediatrics 200 OddsThe 2016 Speediatrics 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race will take place on Saturday, June 18th at Iowa Speedway in Newton, Iowa. Auto racing betting odds to win it are as follows:

Odds to win the 2016 Formula One European Grand Prix

2016 Formula One European Grand Prix OddsThe 2016 Formula 1 season will feature the return of the European Grand Prix to be raced on June, Sunday 19th at the Baku City Circuit in Azerbaijan. Here are the auto racing betting odds for the event:

Odds of Winning the Formula One Canadian Grand Prix

Odds of winning the Formula One Canadian Grand PrixThe auto racing betting odds of winning the Formula One Canadian Grand Prix on June, Sunday 12th favor strongly favor British driver Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes Benz, as well as his teammate, German Nico Rosberg.

Lewis ‘Strong as Ever’ Heading to Grand Prix du Canada

Hamilton Lewis  to Grand Prix du Canada odds favoriteAuto racing betting favorite Lewis Hamilton is “as strong as ever” heading into this weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix, and “will be for the rest of the year.” Some online betting experts have attributed the British driver’s poor start of the season to his peripatetic lifestyle, which has in turn affected his form. However, it’s hard to take Hamilton’s side on this one, seeing as how he just won the Monaco Grand Prix – his first win of the season, first in the principality since 2008, and 44th overall – and reduced his teammate Nico Rosberg’s lead in the current season’s Formula 1 standings to 24 points.

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