F1 Odds – Santander British Grand Prix at SBG Global

November 30, 2010 Auto Racing

F1 odds on the Santander British Grand Prix will be on the board in late June as Formula One returns to the Home of British Motor Racing.

F1 betting odds for the race on June 21st should be exciting with a number of drivers in contention for the win.

F1 odds last year had Lewis Hamilton as the favorite but that will not be the case this year. Things are not going nearly as well for Hamilton in F1 betting odds this year as he is well down in the standings. It is a different set of drivers that are leading the way in F1 odds this year.

Sports betting information shows that the British Grand Prix is held at the Silverstone Circuit in Northamptonshire and is one of the oldest races in the series. Grand Prix racing in Britain dates back all the way to 1926. Silverstone has hosted the race in F1 odds since 1950. The track was changed in 1991 as it used to be the fastest on the circuit. Britain drivers have done well in F1 odds in their home race as Hamilton won in F1 betting odds last year. David Coulthard won in F1 odds in 1999 and in 2000. Damon Hill won in F1 odds in 1994. Nigel Mansell won in 1987, 1991 and in 1992 while John Watson won in 1981.

This is going to be the last British Grand Prix at Silverstone for a long time as sports betting information shows. Donington Park is scheduled to host the British Grand Prix for 10 years beginning next season but they are having legal issues. If Donington Park can’t host the race in 2010 there would be no British Grand Prix F1 odds next season.

In F1 odds history it is Jim Clark and Alain Prost who have the most wins with five followed by Nigel Mansell with four, Jack Brabham, Niki Lauda and Michael Schumacher with three. Seven drivers have won the race twice in F1 betting odds.

This season it is all about Jenson Button in F1 odds at the sportsbook. He is off to a great start as is the Brawn-Mercedes team. Rubens Barrichello and Sebastian Vettel are also off to solid starts in F1 odds while last season’s champ, Lewis Hamilton was not even in the Top 5 in F1 odds at the sportsbook.

After Brawn-Mercedes it is RBR-Renault and Toyota who are off to strong starts in the constructor standings.

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