F1 Italian Grand Prix Odds


Lewis Hamilton has been established as the favorite to win the 2010 Italian Grand Prix this Sunday, September 12. But who is Hamilton’s biggest competition? Read on to find out.

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Hamilton has won three times this season (Turkey, Canada, Belgium), which trails only Mark Webber, who has four wins (Spain, Monaco, Great Britain, Hungary). Hamilton’s latest victory came last week when he led for 44 laps in Belgium and won with a time of 1:29:04.268.

Oddsmakers from online sports book BroburySports.com have made Hamilton +175 on the money line, while Webber is +500. Other drivers with comparable odds are Fernando Alonso at +350, Sebastien Vettel at +400 and Jenson Button at +800. He also was the runner up to defending Italian Grand Prix champ Rubens Barrichello, who is surprisingly +10000 on the money line.

Alonso won the first Formula 1 race of the year on March 14 in Bahrain and then emerged victorious again in Germany on July 25. Vettel has won twice, once in Malaysia on April 4 and once in Europe on July 27, while Button won in Australia on March 28 and in China on April 18.

Formula 1’s Italian Grand Prix will take place Sunday, September 12 at 8:00AM ET. It’ll take place at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza in Monza, Italy and will last 53 laps. For complete odds on this week’s race, see below.

2010 F1 Italian Grand Prix Odds to Win:

Adrian Sutil +3000

Felipe Massa +1800

Fernando Alonso +350

Jaime Alguersuari +10000

Jenson Button +800

Kamui Kobayashi +10000

Lewis Hamilton +175

Mark Webber +500

Michael Schumacher +10000

Nico Hulkenberg +10000

Nico Rosberg +7500

Pedro De La Rosa +10000

Robert Kubica +2500

Rubens Barrichello +10000

Sebastian Vettel +400

Sebastien Buemi +10000

Timo Glock +10000

Vitaly Petrov +10000

Vitantonio Liuzzi +10000

zx Field (Any Other Driver) +5000

Event: Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix

Start Time: 8:00AM ET

Site: Autodromo Nazionale Monza

Location: Monza, Italy

Track: 5.793 km (3.6 miles)

Laps: 53

Miles: 190.8

On TV: Speed Channel

Race Record: Michael Schumacher, 2003 (1 hour, 14 minutes, 19.838 seconds)

Qualifying Record: Rubens Barrichello, 2004 (1 minute, 20.089 seconds)

Defending Champion: Rubens Barrichello

Runner Up: Jenson Button

Pole Winner: Lewis Hamilton

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