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F1 2017 USA Grand Prix Betting Odds & Preview

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Will Lewis Hamilton win the F1 World Championship this weekend in the USA? The British driver needs a win in Texas while also needing Serbian Vettel to finish no higher than sixth in the race in order for that to happen. On Friday, Hamilton was in scintillating form topping out both practice sessions and that has strengthened his chances of winning the race on Sunday. He is at 4/7 with William Hill to take the race win which edges him closer to the title. Hamilton has won three of the last four races for the season now and his title push has been helped out by the downfall of Vettel’s challenge. The team have had a terrible run of results across Singapore, Malaysia and Japan, with Vettel having to retire from two of those. The Ferrari driver had a tough time in practice on Friday spinning off the track and not getting much quality time in on the track at all. Vettel has won once before at the USA Grand Prix, back in 2013. Vettel was third quickest behind Hamilton and Red Bull’s Max Verstappen. Hamilton has enjoyed a tremendous record at the USA Grand Prix with three consecutive wins there in his Mercedes and having claimed five of the last six editions of the race. You really can’t argue with that. This is a big track advantage for him here and he has the speed, the edge and the proven track record to just go and make this a procession from tape to tape. Hamilton is 1/3 at William Hill to collect Pole Position. The three final remaining races of the season, in Mexico, Brazil and Abu Dhabi should shift some impetus back to Ferrari but the damage has already been done and Hamilton is going to be lifting the World Championship at some point. With Vettel struggling a bit on Friday, it could bring the Red Bull of Verstappen into contention for a podium finish and he is a 6/1 price at William Hill to land a top three finish which is decent enough price.

USA F1 Grand Prix 2017 Odds

Lewis Hamilton 1/2, Sebastian Vettel 3/1, Valtteri Bottas 7/1, Daniel Ricciardo 14/1, Kimi Raikkonen 16/1, Max Verstappen 33/1, bar 1000/1

USA F1 Prediction

Given the form that Hamilton has shown in the USA before and with the current momentum behind this season, it should be a pole to chequered flag win for Hamilton here. He holds all the aces and throw in a fastest lap as well, he can land it all in Texas.

Japanese Grand Prix 2017 Winner Odds & Preview

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Lewis Hamilton sits 34 points ahead of championship rival Sebastian Vettel heading into this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix. There are a maximum of 125 points available in the five remaining races this year so there is still a little pressure on. With the advantage in conditions likely to shift over the Ferrari’s following Japan and USA then there is some work still do to for Hamilton to hold on to the title. Things have definitely been going Hamilton's way though as he has gained 31 points on Vettel in just the last two races. Part of that was down to engine problems for Vettel in Malaysia after Vettel had crashed into his teammate Kimi Raikkonen from the front of the grid in Singapore. However, the Ferrari’s had been quicker the Mercedes in both of those races and a shift can’t be written off yet. There has to be a little more drama to come. Hamilton is trading as the 7/4 outright favourite at William Hill to take the win at Suzuka on the weekend, with Vettel at 5/2. At least some good news for Vettel is that he will avoid a grid penalty after crashing with Lance Stroll in the slowing down lap in Malaysia. There were fears that he would have to have changed gearboxes which would have incurred grid penalty this weekend, but the gearbox is available so he gets a let off.

Japanese Grand Prix Winner Odds

Lewis Hamilton 6.4, Sebastian Vettel 7/4, Max Verstappen 9/2, Daniel Ricciardo 7/1,Kimi Räikkönen 14/1, Kimi Raikkonen 14/1, Valtteri Bottas 16/1, 500/1 bar Max Verstappen took the win, the second of his career as he claimed victory last weekend. That was the highlight of the 20-year old’s season which has been blighted with reliability issues with his Red Bull. He is a 5/1 punt at William Hill to follow up with another win in this one. Both Hamilton and Vettel though have a strong record in Japan and will be expected to produce a tight battle between them. Hamilton has won the race three times before in his career and landed it back to back in 2014 and 15 before his team mate last season Nico Rosberg got the win. It means that Mercedes are on a three race winning streak at the course. But Vettel has claimed the title four times and each of those wins happened at Suzuka but all of them were when he was racing with Red Bull. Hamilton is 10/11 to claim pole in this, but with the speed that Ferrari have produced recently, Vettel at 9/4 with William Hill has to offer a bit of value. The weather, of course, is always a factor at Suzuka as it is unpredictable and can lead to some unexpected grid positioning. For Hamilton, as long as Vettel doesn’t outscore him by six points, then Hamilton will be mathematically in control of the championship to the point where he wouldn't need another win to round out the season with. Will he get there? The fightback for Vettel has to start this weekend and there won’t be much breathing room for the British driver.

F1 Malaysian Grand Prix Winner Odds & Preview

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An hour outside of Kuala Lumpur sits the Sepang International Circuit and for the last time, it will host the Malaysian Grand Prix this weekend. This is one of the most demanding races on the F1 circuit because of the intense head of the tropical sun, humidity and cockpit temperatures for the drivers can get up 50c. It’s a bruising, draining drive over 56 laps of hair-raising action. The course is good, with technical and sweeping turns and the weather there is just as unpredictable as it gets anywhere. Lewis Hamilton is leading the F1 Drivers Championship at the moment with a 28 point lead over Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel. Since the German’s last win in Hungary back at the end of July, momentum has fully shifted over to the British driver who has won three races on the bounce. With the Belgian, Italian and Singapore titles under his belt from the recent action, he will probably be a little nervous heading to Sepang though. He hasn’t particularly done that well there. He has won the Malaysian Grand Prix just once before, back in 2014 and it has been his title rival Vettel who has proved to be the master there with four previous wins at the race. Vettel is going as 2/1 second favourite at William Hill in Malaysian Grand Prix 2017 betting, but he should be considered. Not only does he need a big bounce-back performance in this year’s title race, he will be looking to get over the nightmare start at the Singapore Grand Prix back a couple of weeks ago. Vettel had been on pole and with pole favouring a title win at the race over the years, he was in a commanding position. He just had to go straight and hold his line, but instead, he inexplicably spread himself across the track from the start (something he has done before) and ended up a three-way crash with team-mate Kimi Raikkonen and Red Bull's Max Verstappen wiping them all out in less than five seconds of the heat. It was such an odd rush of blood to the head and unnecessary. He just needed to drive after having done all the hard work of securing pole in the first place. Vettel is a price of 5/2 at William Hill to get pole in this one, with Hamilton the favourite at 8/13. Hamilton’s Mercedes is expected to have a bit of an advantage in Malaysia, Japan and the USA, the next three races on the calendar, before the final three races of the season are likely to favour Ferrari. Vettel is one of the greats in the sport and you can expect a comeback for him at some point. If he were to get his fifth Malaysian Grand Prix win that would be a great boost for him down the final stretch of the Championship season. The Malaysian Grand Prix usually burns up something unexpected.

Malaysian Grand Prix 2017 Winner odds

Lewis Hamilton 5/6, Sebastian Vettel 2/1, Valtteri Bottas 11/2, Daniel Ricciardo 16/1, Max Verstappen 18/1, Kimi Raikkonen 20/1, bar 750/1  

Hamilton cut to 1/3 to win F1 Drivers Championship after Monza victory

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Lewis Hamilton produced a dominant display at Monza over the weekend to take the lead in the F1 Drivers Championship. The win at the Italian Grand Prix was his sixth victory of the season, giving him a three points lead over Sebastian Vettel now. After a strong win in Belgium prior to the Monza challenge, Hamilton is now the one with momentum going in the season, but it is still a tight scrap at the top with Ferrari’s Vettel still landing places on the podium. He came home third at Monza, with Hamilton's teammate Valtteri Bottas sandwiching the two title rivals. Vettel has won four races to Hamilton's six so far this season and Hamilton, with his pole position in Italy, broke the record from most ever F1 Pole Positions. There will be more added to the list throughout the rest of the season of course. His wins in Belgium and Italy also means that Hamilton has been the first driver to win back to back races this season in what is proving to be a fantastic competitive battle. The win for Hamilton, of course, will have been all that much sweeter with it being at the home of Ferrari. Being Vettel therefore in his own backyard to take the championship lead will have been a big moment for the British driver. Vettel had led the Championship since the very first race of the season, but now the Mercedes is in charge. Ladbrokes now have Hamilton at 1/3 to win the Drivers Championship, the shortest price that he has been this season, and conversely, Vettel has gone on the drift to 9/4. The F1 season moves on to the Singapore Grand Prix next, which is a street circuit and Vettel is trading at 5/4 to win that one because the Ferraris have been better than the Mercedes have been on the slower, tighter races. That’s been highlighted by Vettel’s wins in Australia, Monaco and Hungary. Therefore Hamilton is a 7/4 shot to win in Singapore. Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer.

Hungarian Grand Prix 2017 Betting Odds & Prediction

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Well, this could be a huge weekend for Lewis Hamilton in his quest to land the Drivers Championship title this season. After his romp to victory at Silverstone last time out, Hamilton is now the shortest price that he has been so far this season (8/13 at bookmaker Ladbrokes) to go and win the Drivers Championship this term. He is running in form and with a fantastic track record before in his career in Hungary, he is red hot 5/6 odds-on favourite at Ladbrokes to win on the weekend. Hamilton has won this race five times before in his career, including last season’s victory there. Following his win at Silverstone, he has pulled to within one point now of championship leader Sebastian Vettel. So Hamilton could pull ahead of his rival this weekend and he is the man to beat in F1 at the moment. Since Canada really, he has been unstoppable (as long as his car has been working) and only mechanical failures did him in at Austria and Azerbaijan. Other than that, no-one has been able to catch him. With Sebastian Vettel not having claimed a win since Monaco back in May and with him having just the one podium finish in the last four races (second place in Austria) then he is struggling and will be feeling the pressure from not only Hamilton but Hamilton’s team mate Valtteri Bottas as well. Bottas who has a win and three-second place finishes in his last four drives has been quietly edging his way into the title race and starts the weekend just 23 points back of leader Vettel in the Drivers Championship. Vettel has won in Hungary before, back in 2015 before Hamilton wrestled back supremacy with his win last term. Along with Vettel having to deal with Hamilton and Bottas though, the Red Bull challenges from Ricciardo and Verstappen could come into play in this one because the car will be suited to the track so that is something which will put extra pressure on the German. There should be a tough scrap for a top three finish in this one.

Hungarian Grand Prix 2017 Betting Odds

Lewis Hamilton 5/6, Sebastian Vettel 10/3, Valtteri Bottas 9/2, Max Verstappen 12/1, Daniel Ricciardo 12/1, Kimi Raikkonen 14/1, bar 250/1 It is Hamilton who is looking bang in form at the moment and it may well be worth tripling up on him to have a perfect weekend. Hamilton is 5/6 favourite to gain Pole Position for the race and he has produced some stunning qualification laps over the last few races to go from the front. He is also trading at a quote of 10/11 to land the fastest lap in the race as well. Why not throw them all together? Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free ÂŁ50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a ÂŁ50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer.

British Grand Prix 2017 Betting Odds & Prediction

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Silverstone is where Lewis Hamilton needs to reduce a win this weekend. After a difficult time last time out in Austria where Hamilton was penalised places, he battled away to a fourth place finish and while his teammate Valtteri Bottas took the win in the race to limit the damage of Sebastian Vettel getting further ahead of Hamilton in the championship race. The gap between Hamilton and Vettel is now out to twenty points. But it's not just that now, because Bottas is starting to play his way into contention as well. So can Hamilton strike back? It was a good time for the Mercedes drivers on Friday in the second practice where they landed a 1-2 with Bottas leading. However, he faces a five place grid penalty which should propel Hamilton into a very strong position to get away at the start. The race in Austria was arguably the dullest of the entire season and it is worth looking at Hamilton for pole. Between himself and Bottas they have taken seven of the nine Pole Positions this season. British Grand Prix 2017 Infographic Hamilton is a price of 1/2 to take pole at Coral in the British Grand Prix betting with Vettel at 8/1. This is a race where Hamilton needs to really pull things together. Hamilton's won each of his last three appearances at Silverstone so the current history and form are firmly with him and he just has such a great track record at the course that it is hard to ignore the value on backing him to take the win in this one. The three time world championship should sweep a Pole/Win double at the races. Daniel Ricciardo is the value bet of the race to get himself onto the podium at a price of 11/4 with Coral. He is on a run of five straight podium finishes this season and he took that victory at the crazy Azerbaijan Grand Prix recently as well. The Red Bulls will be hoping that they can match better speed to the Mercedes and the Ferrari at Silverstone and that should push them into contention. It is unlikely that he would pull out the win here unless something goes drastically wrong for Hamilton. As for Vettel, you can never count him out of the running of course and he will be back with that win at all costs mentality of his. Vettel does have a win under his belt in the British Grand Prix taking the chequered flag first in 2009. But that doesn't’ stack up to the impressive four title haul that Hamilton has in his home Grand Prix. With Bottas facing his place penalty, it should leave Hamilton, Vettel and Riccardo scrapping it out for the places on the podium at Silverstone.

British Grand Prix 2017 Winner Odds

Lewis Hamilton 8/13, Sebastian Vettel 7/2, Valtteri Bottas 15/2, Max verstappen 10/1, Daniel Ricciardo 16/1, Kimi Raikkonen 20/1, bar 250/1 Online betting site Coral offers a Bet & Get Club for their customers. Each week from Monday through Thursday, if you make the qualifying stake amount of ÂŁ25 across any sport in their sportsbook, then on Friday you will claim a free ÂŁ5 bet back to use that weekend! You can opt into this great promotion each and every week and start amassing those free bets just from your regular betting! The offer is open to new and existing customers. Register an account with online betting site Coral and also enjoy ÂŁ20 worth of free bets as well from them!

F1 Austrian Grand Prix 2017 Betting Odds & Preview

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Here it is then, the big return of F1 as the season heads to Austria and this will be the first race following that ugly driving from Sebastian Vettel in Azerbaijan where he deliberately rammed into Hamilton’s car. The best act of revenge that Hamilton can get over the German will be to go out and beat the German to the chequered flag at the Red Bull Ring in Austria on Sunday. It was a good day on Friday for Hamilton who was the fastest in the second practice session as he beat out Vettel. There is a bit of an atmosphere around obviously and while Hamilton has accepted Vettel’s forced apology, the British driver is rightly still annoyed that the Championship leader wasn’t penalised further than the 10 second penalty that he received during the race. Vettel still finished ahead of Hamilton in the race to extend his lead over Hamilton in the Drivers Championship to 14 points. So this is one that Hamilton will want to score big in to close that gap again. Hamilton goes as the favourite to do that and he is the reigning champion as well with his win on the board last season. The Mercedes team has won the last three editions of the Austrian Grand Prix since it was reinstated back in 2014. So they will be expecting to find some form here but Hamilton’s team mate Bottas seemed a little off the pace on Friday during practice, finishing behind Vettel. Hamilton would enjoy it even more if he could get Bottas between himself and Vettel as that would increase Hamilton’s chances of winning. He needs his team mate to step it up a little bit. Vettel has never won in Austria and he barely got a run last year as he had an accident on the 26th lap and retired after having started back in ninth on the grid. To be fair to Vettel, part of the reason why he hasn’t won the Austrian Grand Prix is that it wasn’t hosted when he was dominating in his Red Bull years. So Hamilton looked pretty comfortable and could be on his way to a maximum point weekend. He needs it. The Red Bulls, after impressing a little bit more in Azerbaijan, don’t quite appear to be on the pace in Austria to challenge enough for the win, but Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo were fourth and fifth quickest respectively on Friday and it may be worth pushing for one of them to squeeze off a podium finish and Verstappen is 7/4 at Coral to do that, with Ricciardo, winner in Azerbaijan at 3/1 to get the win.

Austrian Grand Prix Winner Odds

Lewis Hamilton 8/13, Sebastian Vettel 3/1, Valtteri Bottas 5/1, Max Verstappen 14/1, Daniel Ricciardo 25/1, Kimi Raikkonen 25/1

Austrian Grand Prix Pole Position Odds

Lewis Hamilton 2/5, Valtteri Bottas 7/2, Sebastian Vettel 9/2, Max Verstappen 20/1, Kimi Raikkonen 28/1, Daniel Ricciardo 33/1, bar 300/1

Austrian Grand Prix Prediction

This one looks ready made for Hamilton. He is the reigning champion and Vettel doesn’t have the track record here. Bottas's time on Friday wasn’t comparable because of not running full race simulation and Hamilton needs a big weekend from his buddy too to try and keep Vettel as lower down the order as possible. Hamilton for a pole and win double. Online betting site Coral offers a Bet & Get Club for their customers. Each week from Monday through Thursday, if you make the qualifying stake amount of £25 across any sport in their sportsbook, then on Friday you will claim a free £5 bet back to use that weekend! You can opt into this great promotion each and every week and start amassing those free bets just from your regular betting! The offer is open to new and existing customers. Register an account with online betting site Coral and also enjoy £20 worth of free bets as well from them!

ÂŁ1m offered by Paddy Power for Hamilton v Vettel boxing showdown

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What a crazy Azerbaijan Grand Prix it was on the weekend and it was a race for the fans without a shadow of a doubt. Things got testy out on the track and forget about the win for Red Bull's’ Daniel Ricciardo, the highlight of the race was a rush of blood to the head from Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel who, after running into the back of Hamilton behind the safety car, pulled alongside the British driver and sideswiped his car into Hamilton's on purpose. Hamilton called Vettel’s actions disgraceful and said: “If he wants to prove he is a man, we should do it out of the car, face-to-face”. They’s fighting words and bookmaker Paddy Power only took a couple of hours after the Baku battle to offer up a £1m boxing bout between the pair, winner takes all – for charity. Vettel was enraged sitting behind Hamilton as they waited for the rested, the German believing that Hamilton was “brake-testing” him, but coming around the corner, the German misread everything and ran into the back of the Mercedes, but blamed Hamilton (although all data proved that Hamilton had done nothing wrong) then Vettel pulled next to Hamilton, waving a fist and then just rammed Hamilton's car. The race continued with Hamilton getting away out in front, but Vettel actually had the last laugh as he finished fourth, one place ahead of Hamilton, who had to make an extra pit. Hamilton was enraged that Vettel only got a 10-second penalty for dangerous driving. Paddy Power have Hamilton as 1/10 favourite to beat Vettel in the ring, with the German trading at 5/1 for the potential matchup. Hamilton is a 14/1 poke at Paddy Power to knockout Vettel. A spokesman for Paddy Power said: “So after Vettel smashed his car up, Lewis Hamilton is threatening to smash the German’s face up – it’s like road rage on steroids. “Vettel is in the driving seat to win the fight, but I do think it’s really important to set some ground rules beforehand – boxing with them helmets would be no fun at all.” LEWIS HAMILTON V SEBASTIAN VETTEL – CHARITY BOXING MATCH ODDS Vettel win – 1/10 Hamilton win – 5/1 METHOD OF VICTORY Vettel on points – 4/6 Vettel by KO – 9/4 Hamilton on points – 9/1 Hamilton on KO – 14/1 Register an account with online betting site Paddy Power and earn up to £30 worth of free bets and enjoy top betting features like cash out, partial cash out, live streams and extensive in-play betting. As a member of their VIP club, you can also earn a £10 free bet every week.

Hamilton 4/5 to beat Vettel at Austrian Grand Prix

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Who isn’t going to be tuning in for the next round of the F1 season in a couple of weeks? After the testy coming together between Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix the next round of action, which comes from Austria is going to draw even more attention. The feud was started with Vettel delivering shunting his car into that of Hamilton, as the German got himself all enraged blaming Hamilton for something that the British driver didn’t do. Vettel hit the back of Hamilton's car coming out of a corner behind the safety car and blamed Hamilton for slowing down, then the German pulled alongside Hamilton and slammed into the side of him deliberately. Hamilton called Vettel’s actions a “disgrace” and now this has all added some extra spice to the rest of the F1 season. So if Hamilton wants to come out and exact some revenge, and he will be keen to do so because he was disappointed that Vettel only received a ten-second penalty and nothing else for his actions and the best way to get that revenge will be to win the next race. That would be the prefect from Hamilton, who is 4/5 outright favorite at Ladbrokes to win in Austria as he did last season. Vettel finished fourth in Baku, despite a 10-second penalty for his misdemeanour, one place in front of Hamilton. That final places means that Hamilton fell to 14 points back of Vettel but Hamilton is odds-on at 8/11 with Ladbrokes to secure a fourth world crown. Vettel 11/10 to land the 2017 title but for now, the focus will be on the fall out between the two of them. What will happen next when it is all eyes on Austria?

2017 F1 Drivers’ Championship

Lewis Hamilton – 8/11 Sebastian Vettel – 11/10 Valtteri Bottas – 33/1 Daniel Ricciardo – 500/1 Kimi Raikkonen – 500/1 1000/1 bar

Austrian Grand Prix Winner

Lewis Hamilton – 4/5 Sebastian Vettel – 9/4 Valtteri Bottas – 9/2 Kimi Raikkonen – 18/1 Max Verstappen – 20/1 Daniel Ricciardo – 22/1 200/1 bar Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer. Ladbrokes run 5-team (or bigger) accumulator insurance as well on selected matches on the Match Betting Market where you will get MONEY BACK as a free bet up to £25 if one team lets you down.

Canadian Grand Prix 2017 betting odds & preview

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The next round of F1 action has arrived with the Canadian Grand Prix being hosted. This race will mark the return of Fernando Alonso after his run at the Indianapolis 500. He has put pressure on his Honda team by saying that they have to get competitive or else he will be leaving them at the end of the year. He didn't have a great return as he broke down in the first practice at the Canadian Grand Prix. The state of play in the Drivers Championship has Sebastian Vettel leading the way in his Ferrari with a 25 point lead over Lewis Hamilton. Vettel was again successful in the last race, when he took the title at Monaco, with Hamilton failing to make it to the podium. So that extended the German's lead in the World Championship and was his third victory of the year. He has still managed to get on the podium in every race. So Hamilton badly needs a response in this one now and he was quick in practice on Friday. That was a response that the team needed because the Mercedes were poor on Monaco, particularly Hamilton who was just lacking pace. But they seemed to be back on their mark in the first practice in Canada which will give Hamilton the chance to make up some ground on Vettel. Hamilton is running as even money favourite at Ladbrokes to take the win in the race, with Vettel at 15/8. Hamilton is the one with the form at the Canadian Grand Prix having won the last two editions of it in his Mercedes. He has won the race five times before and that is compared to just the one that Sebastian Vettel has won, back in 2013. So this is a race for which Hamilton has a clear affinity and he is an 8/11 punt to take Pole for the race with Vettel at 9/4. The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is a pretty unforgiving track because of the low grip and dust which punishes drivers who get just a little bit off line. So this is about driving on the edge, controlled and that suits Hamilton to a tee. So this is a reasonable chance for him to bounce back in the title race in, but still, it should boil down to a great battle between the Mercedes and Ferrari who look pretty untouchable over the rest of the field.

Canadian Grand Prix Betting Odds

Lewis Hamilton even money, Sebastian Vettel 15/8, Valtteri Bottas 9/2, Kimi Räikkönen 16/1, bar 50/1.

Canadian Grand Prix Pole Position Odds

Lewis Hamilton 8/11, Sebastian Vettel 9/4, Valtteri Bottas 3/1, Kimi Räikkönen 16/1, bar 100/1 Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer.