F1 » Hamilton favourite to bounce back in Italy


Lewis Hamilton has been installed as BetVictor.com's favourite to win this weekend's Italian Grand Prix, a week after being bundled out of the Belgian round at Spa.

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bob - Unregistered

September 05, 2012 11:49 AM

What a bloody joke!

Hamilton could have a car accident, lose both his arms and legs, the use of both eyes and ears and these donkey betting sites would still make him favorite to win the next race!

rob01

September 05, 2012 12:59 PM

The bookies set the odds to ATTRACT bets. Nothing more. He is a favorite because as many people will bet for him as against. An EVEN book is all they are looking for. Hope that helps some of the lost souls on here.

Pole Position - Unregistered

September 05, 2012 2:30 PM

@ rob01 It would be very interesting if he does win. I would love to see it just to read the reaction from some of Lewis' "biggest fans". Now that would be entertaining. lol

iDylan

September 05, 2012 2:45 PM

I dont doubt Hamilton I only doubt the capacity of Mclaren giving Hamilton the proper car parts to win his races! Telemetry showed Hamilton lost .6 in the first straight and another .5 in the last fast corners and straight to Button! That was a massive 1.1 seconds on inferior machinery and you add to that Hamilton being the faster drive another .4 summing up to 1.5 secs thanks to Martin Whitmarsh! Hamilton would had been on pole and after T1 chaos less than 15 points behind Alonso! Horner and Hamilton in Macca would be much more competitive!

sokudo - Unregistered

September 05, 2012 2:46 PM

Hamilton was favourite last weekend too. In fact he has been favourite a lot this season for some reason. Bookies should really look at Lewis' record in Monza. Hardly statistics that would make him favourite. He can be very quick but sometimes off-form and he's crashed out twice.

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