F1 Championship 2010 Odds

The 2010 Formula One World Championship kicks off next month, and already the latest odds are out for the F1 drivers, and how they will fare this season.

With the first Grand Prix this year taking place in Bahrain on the 12th to the 14th of March, the drivers are pulling themselves together in order to gain the most respected prize in motor racing, the F1 drivers championship.

As we lead into the first meet for 2010, Spain’s Fernando Alonso is topping the odds, going into the F1 Season at $4. Racing for Ferrari this year, the two-time drivers champion will be looking to add the 2010 title to his collection.

As we lead into the first meet for 2010, Spain’s Fernando Alonso is topping the odds, going into the F1 Season at $4.

Well-established Michael Schumacher is returning to F1 racing this year, and after a three year break, the seven-time drivers champion is certainly carrying heavy expectations. Going into the 2010 Championship at $5, the multi F1 record holder is certainly a strong contender, whose odds will most likely drop.

Lewis Hamilton, from Britain, and the youngest ever F1 driver champion is certainly up there starting at $4.50. With fellow McLaren driver, and the 2009 F1 drivers champion Jenson Button at $11, which may prove a lucrative early bet.

Debuting at the 2010 Formula One World Championship, and closing in the odds for the F1 drivers, is Bruno Senna at $201. While it may seem a stretch for the inexperienced driver to prove champion this year, it has happened before and if he did manage the ultimate challenge, would provide an incredible win.

The 2010 F1 season will end in November at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, which is when the F1 drivers champion and F1 constructors champion will be officially announced.

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