The 2010 F1 World Championship Series heads into round 13 this weekend, as the 2010 Belgian Grand Prix takes to the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps.
The engines will start for the 44-lap race on Sunday afternoon, preceded by two days of practicing and qualifying so don’t miss out on the action at [ladbrokes]!
Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel seems the driver to beat in the 2010 Belgian Grand Prix, with odds of $3 at [ladbrokes].
Currently third on the leader board, Vettel has not won a race since back in June at the 2010 European Grand Prix so could be due a victory.
Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso is the closest in the odds at $3.75. The odds are surprisingly short seeing as Alonso is 20 points off the leader on the ladder, but he has constantly been a driving force this season.
Currently leader of the driver’s scoreboard is Mark Webber, and he is at $4.25 with [ladbrokes] to secure a consecutive win. Webber has won four Grand Prix’s this season, the most recent of which was the 2010 Hungary Grand Prix.
McLaren see Lewis Hamilton as the favourite at $5.50 with [ladbrokes]. Up until the last race, Hamilton was well ahead on the leader board, so will need a win this weekend to get within the top spot.
One potentially rewarding punt is on Jenson Button to claim the win at $12. The defending champion has not topped the podium since April, but is a constant threat – so could he deliver this weekend?
If you are looking to punt on the 2010 Belgian Grand Prix, there is no better place to do so than at [ladbrokes]. With markets ranging from top three finishers, to pole position, to the winning team, plus many more, there truly is something for everyone!