Formula 1 2017, British Grand Prix, Betting Preview

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The Silverstone Circuit in England plays host to the British Formula 1 Grand Prix on Sunday the 16th July.

 

Valtteri Bottas celebrated his 2nd F1 win last week in Austria. He started from pole position, leading for all but one lap and crossed the line 0.6 seconds ahead of Championship Leader Sebastian Vettel.  Daniel Ricciardo completed the podium with Lewis Hamilton having to settle for 4th place.  Bottas had a lightning start pulling away so quickly that it was investigated by the race control but was found not to be a jump start.
In the Championship Standings Vettel has extended his lead over Hamilton by 20 points and has shortened from 11/10 to 9/10 the same price as Hamilton who is out from 7/10 prior to the Austrian GP.

 

Drivers’ Standings

Vettel 171

Hamilton 151

Bottas 136

Ricciardo 107

Raikkonen 83

 

Championship Bettingclick here to bet – previous price in brackets

Sebastian Vettel 9/10 (11/10)

Lewis Hamilton 9/10 (7/10)

Valtteri Bottas 16/1 (33/1)

 

250/1 and better the balance

 

Race History

Due to rain the 2016 British Grand Prix began behind the safety car.  Hamilton took the victory followed by Rosberg and Verstappen but Rosberg was demoted to 3rd after he received a 10 second penalty which reduced his championship lead to just 1 point over teammate Hamilton at that time.

 

 

British GP Race Bettingclick here to bet

Lewis Hamilton 7/10

Sebastian Vettel 22/10

Valtteri Bottas 5/1

Max Verstappen 16/1

Daniel Ricciardo 20/1

Kimi Raikkonen 33/1

 

250/1 and better the balance

 

Prices correct at time of posting but will change in the lead up to the race and there are a number of other markets on offer.

 

Suggested Bet: Sebastian Vettel at 22/10

Hamilton is a worthy favourite having won the last 3 GP’s on his home turf but I am not convinced that Vettel should be 3 times the price on current form. I was on him last week and while he failed to win I did get my stake back thanks to the “Money Back” Promo for 2nd place – see banner below – and I am more than happy to get on the German again this week.

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