The final countdown has begun to the opening Formula One World Championship Grand Prix for 2010 which will kick off at the Bahrain International Circuit on Thursday.
On the 11th of March, the 2010 F1 season will begin with a press conference at 3pm, with the practice sessions beginning on Friday morning.
The qualifying session for the Bahrain Grand Prix will be held on Saturday afternoon, with the race taking place at 3pm on Sunday the 14th of March, and consists of 49 laps of the 6.229 kilometre circuit.
It seems Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso is the driver to beat at $3.75 to win at SportsBet. The two time F1 drivers champion is also topping the odds to hold the fastest lap. Alonso’s team mate, Felipe Massa, is at $7 to win the Bahrain Grand Prix.
It seems Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso is the driver to beat at $3.75 to win.
All eyes are on the return of Michael Schumacher with Mercedes GP, who goes into Sunday’s race at $8, however with little recent form to go on could well provide a lucrative win to the loyal punter.
Lewis Hamilton is a strong contender for the Bahrain Grand Prix at $5 after dominating the 2008 F1 Season. He is the closest behind Alonso in the odds and is at $4.50 (SportsBet) for pole position. McLaren teammate, and 2009 F1 drivers champion, Jenson Button has surprisingly long odds going into the Grand Prix at $10 to win, and $3.25 for a top three finish.
Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel rounds out the top three odds to win at $5.50. He will be hoping to start 2010 with a bang looking to beat his 2009 F1 driver’s runner up position.
Bruno Senna from the Hispania Racing Team (HRT) rounds out the odds at $501 to win. However with the Bahrain Grand Prix his first taste of F1 racing, the Brazilian would create a massive upset and a lucrative win if he finished in the top three as he is at $151 to do so.
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