2010 European Grand Prix Preview & Betting

This weekend the 2010 F1 World Championship Series heads into the ninth round, with the Valencia Street Circuit hosting the 2010 European Grand Prix.

Heading into the 2010 European Grand Prix as the man to beat is Lewis Hamilton at $3.20.

The best Formula One drivers and constructors will head to Spain for the 57-lap event which will take place at 2pm local time on Sunday the 27th of June, with qualifying on Saturday afternoon.

Heading into the 2010 European Grand Prix as the man to beat is Lewis Hamilton at $3.20.

Currently leading the championship on points, the McLaren driver heads to Valencia having won the last two races, and is at $3.10 to take the pole position in qualifying.

For Red Bull – Sebastian Vettel is second in the odds at $4.50 for the win, and seeing as the German has not won since back in the 2010 Malaysian Grand Prix is due another podium topping finish.

This season has mainly been a battle between the McLarens and Red Bull drivers; however Fernando Alonso has kept Ferrari in the running and goes into the weekend at $5 for the win.

Teammate to Hamilton Jenson Button, is at $5.50 to top the podium, and sitting second on the championship leader board could well be a lucrative bet.

Button has not won a race since the 2010 China Grand Prix, which was followed by two consecutive wins from rival Red Bull driver Mark Webber, who goes into the weekend’s race at $6.

When it comes to the winning team there are two obvious choices being McLaren at $2.38 and Red Bull at $2.62 – and with McLaren ahead on the score board with a 22-point lead over Red Bull could be the safer bet.

Ferrari are still up there at $4 with Alonso in contention of a win, and fellow Ferrari driver Felipe Massa is at $19.

With a great range of markets on offer from outright winner, taking a top three spot or the pole position, SportsBet has the best available for punters looking to wager on the 2010 European Grand Prix this weekend.