Bahrain Grand Prix Odds
The 2017 Formula 1 Series is back in action again this weekend for the Bahrain Grand Prix. Here are the odds to win this race.
The Bahrain Grand Prix takes place Sunday at 11AM ET from Bahrain International Circuit. The race is a 191-mile contest that will run 57 laps around the track. According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, Lewis Hamilton is favored to win the race, as he is getting odds of -125 to prevail. Other short odds to win are Sebastian Vettel (+175), Valtteri Bottas (+600) and Kimi Raikkonen (+800).
Hamilton is a two-time winner of this race, last winning in 2015. He finished third a year ago as well. Hamilton is tied for first in the series standings right now after winning one of the two races and finishing second in the other.
Vettel is a two-time winner of this event as well, last winning in 2013. Vettel is a leader in the point standings right now, winning one of the two races while finishing second in the other.
Bottas finished ninth in this race last year. He is currently fourth in the F1 standings after taking third in the first race and sixth in the second.
Raikkonen has never won this race, but he finished second a year ago. He is currently fifth in the standings, placing in the top 5 in the first two races.