Chinese Grand Prix Odds

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SHANGHAI, China (TheSpread) - The 2011 Formula 1 Season heads to Asia this week for the running of the Chinese Grand Prix from Shanghai.

Sebastian Vettel comes into the race as the favorite according to online sports book Vettel has 13/10 odds to win. Other short odds to win are Lewis Hamilton (7/2) and Mark Webber (9/2)

Vettel won the race in 2009 and he has won both race in the 2011 season. In fact, dating back to last season, Vettel has now won five of the last six Formula 1 races.

Hamilton won this race in 2008 and he finished second in the first race of 2011. Hamilton has finished in the top 6 of the last three Chinese Grand Prix events.

Webber has not won this event, but he did finish runner up in 2009. This year he has placed in the top 5 of both races.

The Chinese Grand Prix will take place Sunday, April 17 from the Shanghai International Circuit at 2:30AM ET. For complete odds and track information on this year’s event, see below.

Odds to win the Chinese Grand Prix – Shanghai International Circuit – Shanghai, China – April 17, 2011

Sebastian Vettel (Red) 10/13

Lewis Hamilton (McL) 7/2

Mark Webber (Red) 9/2

Fernando Alonso (Fer) 7/1

Jenson Button (McL) 7/1

Nick Heidfeld (Ren) 25/1

Vitaly Petrov (Ren) 30/1

Felipe Massa (Fer) 33/1

Michael Schumacher (Mer) 66/1

Nico Rosberg (Mer) 80/1

Kamui Kobayashi (Sau) 100/1

Rubens Barrichello (Wil) 150/1

Jaime Alguersuari (Tor) 250/1

Pablo Maldonado (Wil) 250/1

Adrian Sutil (For) 250/1

Sergio Perez (Sau) 250/1

Sebastien Buemi (Tor) 250/1

Paul Di Resta (For) 250/1

Vitantonio Liuzzi (HRT) 500/1

Jarno Trulli (Lot) 500/1

Timo Glock (Vir) 500/1

Jersome dAmbrosio (Vir) 500/1

Narain Karthikeyan (HRT) 500/1

Heikki Kovalainen (Lot) 500/1

2011 Chinese Grand Prix Information

Race Date: Sunday, April 17

Location: Shanghai International Circuit, Shanghai, China

Green Flag: 2:30AM ET

TV Coverage: SPEED

Track Type: Street (56 laps)

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