F1 » Hamilton favourite again in Valencia


Our friends at BetVictor.com give us the odds ahead of the F1 2012 European Grand Prix.

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separated

June 19, 2012 4:24 PM

I don't really get it. Valencia is a completely different track to Montreal, the McLaren doesn't work well at street circuits (though I wouldn't classify Valencia as a true street circuit)

Hamilton will be lucky to get on the podium. The emotional momentum from a race win doesn't transcend the laws of physics. Ferrari and especially Red Bull will beat McLaren.

lewis wdc 2008/2012 - Unregistered

June 19, 2012 4:24 PM

regular points finishes and sometimes a win will win the title this season you have to say its anyone one of the current top 3 that can win it whatever happens atleast lewis hamilton has learnt from his mistakes and seems to be enjoying himself out there !

nonbias - Unregistered

June 19, 2012 4:51 PM

Its a clear to see if it was not for Mclaren making mistakes Lewis would be leading this championship by a comfortable distance. If not for Spain where he lost pole and the gear box issues in China Lewis would be well ahead on points of his rivals and i wont mention the poor pitstops either. Two points ahead of Alonso is a pretty poor return for a driver who has been a class act in quali and very disciplined and tidy in the races, no wonder he seems to be favourite every race.

Just hope he can start to pull away from the rest and that Jenson can pick up some constructor points for Mclaren.

Rob01 - Unregistered

June 19, 2012 6:02 PM

the best car over one lap is no feat. All top 5 teams have equal cars on a given race weekend. And if anyone this year gets 5-6 wins the FIA will move the goal post. Its a lottery and will be kept that way. No way that vettel or alonso in the mclaren would have that many wins. Your dreaming.

Rob01 - Unregistered

June 19, 2012 6:08 PM

Nico Rosberg sounds very confident ahead of this weekend's European grand prix on the streets of Valencia. The breakthrough Shanghai winner, who also finished second recently at Monaco, is quoted by Germany's Sport1 as insisting the Mercedes is 'absolutely the fastest car' at present.

Jay - Unregistered

June 19, 2012 6:20 PM

Its a track that favours RED BULL but because I could remember in 2010 Kobayashi stayed in front of Button for almost the whole race if not for the rules that you have to use both compounds he would have finished with the tyres he started with so I wont rule out Sauba

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