Canadian Grand Prix Odds
After it wasn’t included in the 2009 Formula 1 calendar, the Canadian Grand Prix returns this year with the 2010 edition set to take place this Sunday, June 13.
Oddsmakers from online sports book SPORTSBETTING.comhave established both Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) and Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull) as 5/2 favorites. Mark Webber (Red Bull) has the next best odds at 7/2, while Jenson Button (McLaren) is 11/2 and Fernando Alonso (Ferrari) is 9/1.
Robert Kubica (25/1) is currently the defending champion of the Canadian Grand Prix after winning the race in 2008. Hamilton won the event in 2007, while Alonso won it in 2006. Michael Schumacher has won the Canadian Grand Prix the most times at seven, while Nelson Piquet has won the race three times. Schumacher hasn’t won the race since 2004, however, and is now a 25/1 long-shot to win in 2010.
2010 FIA Formula One World Championship Results
Hamilton is coming off a win in Turkey on May 30, while Webber had back-to-back wins on May 16 and May 9 in Spain and Monaco, respectively. Button won in China on April 18 and in Australia on March 28, while Vettel was victorious in Malaysia on April 4 and Alonso won the opening race in Bahrain on March 14.
2010 Canadian Grand Prix Info
The Canadian Grand Prix takes place in Montreal this Sunday, June 13 at 12:00PM ET. It’ll be a 70-lap race with the distance being 305.270km.
For a complete list of odds for this year’s Canadian Grand Prix, see below.
Adrian Sutil (Force India) 100/1
Bruno Senna (Hispania Racing) 2500/1
Felipe Massa (Ferrari) 25/1
Fernando Alonso (Ferrari) 9/1
Heikki Kovalainen (Lotus) 2000/1
Jaime Alguersuari (Toro Rosso) 300/1
Jarno Trulli (Lotus) 2000/1
Jenson Button (McLaren) 11/2
Kamui Kobayashi (Sauber) 250/1
Karun Chandhok (Hispania Racing) 2500/1
Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) 5/2
Lucas di Grassi (Virgin racing) 2500/1
Mark Webber (Red Bull) 7/2
Michael Schumacher (Mercedes GP) 25/1
Nico Hulkenberg (Williams) 300/1
Nico Rosberg (Mercedes GP) 28/1
Pedro de la Rosa (Sauber) 300/1
Robert Kubica (Renault) 25/1
Rubens Barrichello (Williams) 200/1
Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull) 5/2
Sebastien Buemi (Toro Rosso) 300/1
Timo Glock (Virgin Racing) 2000/1
Vitaly Petrov (Renault) 150/1
Vitantonio Liuzzi (Force India) 250/1
Posted: 6/7/10 9:45PM ET