Brazilian Grand Prix Odds

2010 Brazilian Grand Prix Odds Sebastian Vettel Mark Webber

The 2010 Formula 1 Season has two races remaining this season with the pre-season finale taking place Sunday with the running of the Brazilian Grand Prix.

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Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber are the favorites for this race as they have each been given 2/1 odds to win according to online sports book Other short odds to win are Fernando Alonso (3/1) and Lewis Hamilton (5/1).

Webber won this race last year while Felipe Massa took the title in 2008 and 2006. Massa enters this year’s race with 7/1 odds to win. Michael Schumacher also is a previous winner of this event and he has 33/1 odds to win on Sunday.

Alonso leads the point standings by 11 points over Webber while Hamilton is 21 points back and Vettel is 25 points back. Alonso has five wins on the year while Webber has four and Vettel and Hamilton each have three.

The Brazilian Grand Prix will take place Sunday, Nov. 7 from the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace at 11AM ET. For complete odds and track information on this year’s event, see below.

Odds to win the Brazilian Grand Prix – Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace – Interlagos, Brazil – Nov. 7, 2010

Mark Webber (Red) 2/1

Sebastian Vettel (Red) 2/1

Fernando Alonso (Fer) 3/1

Lewis Hamilton (McL) 5/1

Felipe Massa (Fer) 7/1

Jenson Button (McL) 7/1

Robert Kubica (Ren) 15/1

Nico Rosberg (Mer) 25/1

Michael Schumacher (Mer) 33/1

Rubens Barrichello (Wil) 50/1

Adrian Sutil (For) 100/1

Kamui Kobayashi (Sau) 150/1

Vitaly Petrov (Ren) 150/1

Vitantonio Liuzzi (For) 150/1

Nico Hulkenberg (Wil) 150/1

Nick Heidfeld (Sau) 150/1

Jaime Alguersuari (Tor) 250/1

Heikki Kovalainen (Lot) 250/1

Sakon Yamamoto (HRT) 250/1

Bruno Senna (HRT) 250/1

Jarno Trulli (Lot) 250/1

Timo Glock (Vir) 250/1

Sebastien Buemi (Tor) 250/1

Lucas Di Grassi (Vir) 250/1

2010 Brazilian Grand Prix Information

Race Date: Sunday, November 7

Location: Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace, Interlagos, Brazil

Pre-Race: 11AM ET

Green Flag: 11:15AM ET

TV Coverage: SPEED

Track Type: Street (71 laps)

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