F1 » Refund offered if Hamilton fails to win

Our friends at BetVictor.com make a special offer ahead of the British Grand Prix at Silverstone

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WeStY89 - Unregistered

July 03, 2012 2:25 PM

pole posistion your right especially this season when no1 noes whats going to happen till the end of race day too many drivers can winn wich is not a bad thing atall but mclaren say this is one of their strongest tracks that suit their car so i rekon there going to be up there but to bett for a winn is riduculos lol :)

jose - Unregistered

July 03, 2012 4:15 PM

Checked with OTB in New York ..Just horse racing, On Dogs
or Auto racing.. I'll call my Bookie in Park Place and
see what happening with Lewis in the UK, See if I get
a piece of the action here..

Badman, Jose


July 03, 2012 5:39 PM

If bettings such as mugs game how come i put 10 quid in my betfair account 2 years ago, have taken 100 quid out and still have 30 quid in it?

When it comes to motorsport the bookies tend not to be that clued up. For example there was massive odds on Alonso to win silverstone last year so when the special one off Ferrari rules came into play that weekend it was like shooting fish in a barrel. Admittedly I have had to learn the hard way to stay away from football betting as it appears I'm naff at it.

If you want another, more recent example for the motogp at assen last weekend if you had put 11 quid on Lorenzo, 5 on Stoner, 3 on Pedrosa and 2 on Spies you were guaranteed to win at least 2quid with a possible return of about 5.50. Doesn't sound like much? Well consider that since 2007 there has only been what, 2 other winners? Both in the wet and neither replicating the feat.

All I'm saying is if you don't go betting a months salary and do your research, you can make a little money and

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