F1 Hungarian Grand Prix: Gossip and Betting Odds

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It’s that time of year when the F1 Grand Prix heads to one of the most popular circuits on the F1 racing calendar, the Hungaroring just outside Budapest in Hungary.

The race is scheduled for the weekend of the 24th July in what is predicted to be searing heat that will surely be challenging for the drivers.

For thirty years it’s been the venue for exciting F1 racing on a quirky circuit similar to Monaco featuring plenty of tight corners, not many straights and few opportunities to hit top speeds.

Lewis Hamilton is once again the favourite with the bookies to win the race following a brilliant performance at Silverstone during the British Grand Prix.

We have seen competitive winner betting odds at William Hill where you will find a broad range of exciting betting markets for the Hungarian Grand Prix on the 22nd-24th July 2016.

 

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Selection of Winner Betting Odds seen at William Hill Sport

F1 Hungarian Grand Prix

22 – 24 July 2016

 

Lewis Hamilton 6/5
Nico Rosberg 7/2
Daniel Ricciardo 4
Max Verstappen 9/2
Sebastian Vettel 18
Kimi Raikkonen 50
Nico Hulkenberg 125

 

Hamilton Aims to Beat Schumacher Record

 

Hamilton will be the man on a mission this weekend as he attempts to beat F1 racing legend Michael Schumacher’s record of four victories at the Hungaroring.

Rosberg has never gone beyond 4th position in the Hungarian Grand Prix so he has something to prove as well as staying ahead of arch rival Hamilton.

The major threat to Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes generally is the Red Bull team, particularly Daniel Ricciardo. They should have won in Monaco  but lost their advantage due to a pit stop mix up.

Red Bull will be doing their utmost to claim victory at the Hungaroring circuit which resembles Monaco the most and gives them a truly realistic chance at the podium.

Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg has had his championship lead eroded to just one point ahead of Hamilton and it looks like his gear box problems experienced at Silverstone could prove to be another ‘spanner in the works’ for the German.

Get your bets in now at William Hill and sit back to watch the action this weekend in Hungary at the Hungarian Grand Prix circuit.

 

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