F1 » Hamilton early favourite for Sepang


After a pole position and podium finish in Australia, Lewis Hamilton is the bookies favourite for victory as F1 heads to Sepang this weekend for round two

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Che - Unregistered

March 20, 2012 5:04 PM

Start by not bringing Nicole Scherzinger to the race in Malaysia, leave the distraction behind, take care of qualification (p1 or p2) be yourself ride to the wheels fell off , don't mind what Christian Horner gonna say this week, he's playing mind games !! Go get it CHAMP

me - Unregistered

March 20, 2012 6:01 PM

lewis excuse for last year was that he was distracted and he said that this year his head is in the game, well he clearly show us that's not the case in australia, so i know we are just going for the second race in the championship but this year lewis will perform exactly like he did in the last, we are going to hear excuses after excuses and we are going to see tones of pathetic performance nothing else

blzbub

March 20, 2012 6:05 PM

Majority of bookmakers are giving 5/2 about Hamilton, Button 'and' Vettel, best price for all three is 11/4. Button though is now a shorter price for the WDC than Hamilton for the first time since they became team mates. Generally though the three Button, Vettel and Hamilton are the only ones really attracting money from customers, with Button inspiring more confidence in the wake of his almost flawless performance in Oz.

David Winstanley - Unregistered

March 20, 2012 6:27 PM

Genuine question this so no smart ****d replies please. Was last weekends race the first time that Button has beaten Hamilton where the weather conditions, or Massa, didn't interfere with the race in any way? In other words was this the first time where in non-changeable conditions that Button purely and simply was quicker than, and outdrove, Hamilton?

Droog - Unregistered

March 20, 2012 7:15 PM

@richard
Actually if you remember, Jenson Button's Magnum Opus took place in changeable (!) conditions, so Mr. Winstanley's interesting question still stands.

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