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Hamilton tipped to go back-to-back

Lewis Hamilton the bookies favourite heading to Montreal for the Canadian Grand Prix
After breaking his seasonal duck in Turkey – thanks in no small part to rivals Red Bull – Lewis Hamilton is now being tipped to make it back-to-back victories as F1 returns to Canada this weekend.

At the time of going to press, online bookmaker Betfair has the McLaren man at odds of 3.65/1 to win the race with Sebastian Vettel close behind at 3.8/1. Points leader Mark Webber is available at 5.3/1 with Jenson Button 7.4/1.

With Fernando Alonso the fifth favourite at 16.5/1, it appears that McLaren and Red Bull are once again the teams being backed for success.

Elsewhere, Felipe Massa is worth a bet at 50/1 as he looks to celebrate his new Ferrari deal with a win, while Robert Kubica – winner last time F1 raced in Canada – is 34/1.

Interestingly, while Hamilton is the favourite to win the race, the best odds on the winning car are for Red Bull at 2.16/1 – with McLaren at 2.44/1.

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FreddyFreeloader - Unregistered

June 10, 2010 1:58 PM

Can't see it myself. Montreal is a safety car track so you need a big slice of luck to win with the current regulations - regardless of your race pace. If the safety car is deployed at the wrong time and you need to change tyres and / or your in the wrong spot on the track, you can go from 1st to 10th without putting a wheel wrong.



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