Spanish Grand Prix Odds


BARCELONA, Spaint (TheSpread) – The 2014 Formula 1 season gets back in action this Sunday with the Spanish Grand Prix. Here is a look at the odds to win this race.

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According to oddsmakers at, Lewis Hamilton is favored to win, as he has 4/11 odds. Other short odds to win are Nico Rosberg (10/3) and Sebastian Vettel (104/1).

Hamilton has never won this race, but he placed second in 2011 and 2007. Hamilton is second in the point standings, 4 points out of first. He has three wins in four races this season.

Rosberg has never won this race and hasn’t placed in the top 5 in it either. He is currently the points leader by 4 over Hamilton and has one win with three runner-ups in four races.

Vettel won this race back in 2011. Vettel is currently fifth in the point standings, 46 points out of first place. He is seeking his first win of the year and has two top 5s on the season.

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The Spanish Grand Prix will take place Sunday, May 11 at 8AM ET from Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. For complete odds and track information on this year’s race, see below.

Odds to win the Spanish Grand Prix – 2014 Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya – Barcelona, Spain – Sunday, May 11

Lewis Hamilton 4/11 

Nico Rosberg 10/3 

Sebastian Vettel 10/1 

Fernando Alonso 33/1 

Daniel Ricciardo 40/1 

Kimi Räikkönen 150/1 

Jenson Button 200/1 

Kevin Magnussen 200/1 

Felipe Massa 400/1 

Valtteri Bottas 400/1 

Nico Hulkenberg 500/1 

Pastor Maldonado 500/1 

Sergio Perez 500/1 

Romain Grosjean 1000/1 

Daniil Kvyat 1500/1 

Adrian Sutil 5000/1 

Esteban Gutierrez 5000/1 

Jean-Eric Vergne 5000/1 

Jules Bianchi 5000/1 

Kamui Kobayashi 5000/1 

Marcus Ericsson 5000/1 

Max Chilton 5000/1

2014 Spanish Grand Prix Information

Race Date: Sunday, May 11

Location: Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya; Barcelona, Spain

Green Flag: 8AM ET

Track Type: Street Circuit (66 laps)

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