Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Odds

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(TheSpread) – The 2011 Formula 1 is down to its final two races of the season and the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in next up on Sunday morning.

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This event takes place from the Yas Marina Circuit and according to oddsmakers, Sebastian Vettel is the favorite to win with 13/10 odds to win. Other short odds to win are Jenson Button (4/1) and Lewis Hamilton (9/2).

Vettel has won this race the last two years, its only years of existence. He leads the point standings by 134 points over Button and has locked up the season championship already. Vettel has 11 wins on the year and hasn’t finished worse than fourth in any single race.

Button has finished third in this race the last two years. He has three wins this year and has finished in the top four of his last seven races.

Hamilton finished second in this race last year and was retired in 2009. Hamilton is fifth in the point standings, 172 points out of first place. Hamilton has two wins on the year and has finished in the top 7 of his last five races.

The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix will take place Sunday, Nov. 13 from the Yas Marina Circuit at 6:30AM ET. For complete odds and track information on this year’s event, see below.

Odds to win the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – Yas Marina Circuit – Abu Dhabi – Nov. 13, 2011

Sebastien Vettel 10/13

Jenson Button 4/1

Lewis Hamilton 9/2

Mark Webber 6/1

Fernando Alonso 7/1

Jarno Trulli 100/1

Michael Shumacher 100/1

Nico Rosberg 100/1

Felipe Massa 100/1

Bruno Senna 100/1

Rubens Barrichello 100/1

Kamui Kobayashi 100/1

Vitaly Petrov 100/1

Sergio Perez 100/1

Paul Di Resta 100/1

Pablo Maldonado 100/1

Adrian Sutil 100/1

Sebastien Buemi 100/1

Jaime Alguersuari 100/1

Field (Any Other Driver) 100/1

2011 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Information

Race Date: Sunday, Nov. 13

Location: Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi

Green Flag: 6:30AM ET

TV Coverage: SPEED

Track Type: Road (55 laps)

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