Preview & Betting For The 2010 Chinese Grand Prix

This weekend, the 2010 F1 World Championship will hit China in what will be the fourth round of the current series as the Chinese Grand Prix.

The Shanghai International Circuit – home to one of the most challenging corner combinations of the season, will see the prolific F1 teams battle it out over 56 laps on Sunday afternoon.

The man to beat in China on Sunday will be Sebastien Vettel going into the 2010 Chinese Grand Prix at $2.50.

The man to beat in China on Sunday will be Sebastien Vettel going into the 2010 Chinese Grand Prix at $2.50.

The Red Bull driver claimed his first top spot podium finish at the Malaysian Grand Prix in the previous round, and is also at $2.20 to take the pole position.

His fellow teammate and Aussie Mark Webber is at $5.50 to win the race after finishing second in Kuala Lumpar, equal in the odds with the Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso, who finished 13th in the last race.

Champion for 2008 Lewis Hamilton is another favourite at $6, with McLaren teammate Jenson Button the next in line at $13.

Lucas Di Grassi for Virgin rounds out the odds at $1,001, equal with Bruno Senna, Timo Glock and Karun Chandhock – all of whom were the last four to finish in Malaysia without retiring.

Not surprisingly, after their dominance in Malaysia, the Red Bull team are favourites to win at the 2010 Chinese Grand Prix with odds of $1.91.
Ferrari and McLaren are next in line at $3.50 and $4 respectively – and are most likely safe bets considering the success of their drivers.

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