Japanese Grand Prix Odds

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(TheSpread) – The 2011 Formula 1 season heads to Japan this week for the running of the 2011 Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday morning from the Suzuka Circuit.

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According to oddsmakers, Sebastian Vettel is the favorite to win with 2/3 odds to win. Other short odds to win are Lewis Hamilton (9/2) and Fernando Alonso (11/2).

Vettel has won this race the last two years. He is the current points leader by 124 points over Jenson Button. Vettel has nine wins this year and hasn’t finished worse than fourth in any single race.

Hamilton won this event in 2007. Hamilton is fifth in the standings, 141 points out of first. Hamilton has two wins on the year to go along with a total of 10 top 5’s.

Alonso won this race in 2008 and 2006. Alonso is third in the point standings, 125 points behind Vettel. He has one win on the year to go along with a total of 11 top 5’s.

The Japanese Grand Prix will take place Sunday, Oct. 9 from the Suzuka Circuit at 2AM ET. For complete odds and track information on this year’s event, see below.

Odds to win the Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka Circuit – Japan – Oct. 9, 2011

Sebastian Vettel (Red) 2/3

Lewis Hamilton (McL) 9/2

Fernando Alonso (Fer) 11/2

Mark Webber (Red) 6/1

Jenson Button (McL) 13/2

Felipe Massa (Fer) 50/1

Nico Rosberg (Mer) 80/1

Michael Schumacher (Mer) 100/1

Adrian Sutil (For) 400/1

Paul Di Resta (For) 400/1

Bruno Senna (REN) 500/1

Vitaly Petrov (Ren) 500/1

Sergio Perez (Sau) 750/1

Kamui Kobayashi (Sau) 750/1

Pablo Maldonado (Wil) 1000/1

Sebastien Buemi (Tor) 1000/1

Rubens Barrichello (Wil) 1000/1

Jaime Alguersuari (Tor) 1000/1

Timo Glock (Vir) 4000/1

Jersome dAmbrosio (Vir) 5000/1

Daniel Ricciardo (HRT) 5000/1

Heikki Kovalainen (Lot) 5000/1

Jarno Trulli (Lot) 5000/1

Vitantonio Liuzzi (HRT) 5000/1

2011 Japanese Grand Prix Information

Race Date: Sunday, Oct. 9

Location: Suzuka Circuit, Japan

Green Flag: 2AM ET

TV Coverage: SPEED

Track Type: Road (53 laps)

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