German F1 Grand Prix 2016: Winner Betting Odds

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Lewis Hamilton proved that he is truly ‘the man’ in Formula 1 motor racing by winning the Hungarian Grand Prix in great style.

It was the British driver’s fifth victory on the Hungaroring setting a new record for himself.

He took a six point lead over Mercedes team mate and arch rival Nico Rosberg when he beat him by two seconds, placing himself in a great position ahead of the German Grand Prix this weekend.

Hamilton dealt a huge psychological blow to Rosberg by gaining 49 points on him in just six races. Hamilton has won 26 races in two and a half F1 seasons compared to the 16 won by Rosberg giving him an evident sense of superiority over Rosberg.

Hamilton overtook Rosberg as they went into the first corner and never glanced back despite having a few issues with pace towards the middle of the race.

 

Hamilton Regains the Championship Lead

 

Hamilton’s third win in a row has placed him firmly back at the top of the F1 Championship table ¬†in 2016 and has made him the bookie’s favourite to win the German Grand Prix on Sunday 31st July.

We have seen excellent winner betting odds at Betfair for the German F1 Grand Prix in Hockenheim where the race has been held 75 times since 1926.

 

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Selection of F1 Grand Prix winner betting odds seen at Betfair 

Lewis Hamilton 8/11
Nico Rosberg 5/2
Sebastian Vettel 8
Daniel Ricciardo 14
Max Verstappen 14
Kimi Raikkonen 20
Nico Hulkenberg 150
Sergio Perez 150

 

Can Ferrari Get a 23rd Win in Germany?

 

McLaren’s Fernando Alonso is hoping to win this weekend having won three times at Hockenheim in the past. However with Alonso finishing in only seventh place in Hungary we are far from confident here at Sportbonus.net.

Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel who finished in third and fourth place respectively in Hungary appear to be more geared up to meeting the challenge set up by Mercedes duo.

Ferrari has the most wins in Germany since the competition began there, with 22 in total. Alonso won the race in 2012 so we look forward to seeing what will happen on Sunday in front of what promises to be a huge crowd of fans.

Get your bets in now at Betfair for the F1 Grand Prix in Germany and sit back to enjoy the action.

 

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