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Refund offer if Hamilton fails to win

Our friends at BetVictor.com make a special offer ahead of the British Grand Prix at Silverstone
BetVictor.com has announced that it will refund losing bets as a free bet (max £25) on Lewis Hamilton (7/2) in this weekend's British Grand Prix for the outright market placed before P1 on Friday if the British driver doesn't win at Silverstone on Sunday.

Hamilton goes into the race as things stand as the second favourite behind defending champion Sebastian Vettel in what will be the home race for his Red Bull Racing team.

“Hamilton won the corresponding race back in 2008 when he went on to become World Champion, but his McLaren struggled in Valencia last time and we think Sebastian Vettel (5/2) is the one to beat given he looked to have the European Grand Prix in safe-keeping last time before his engine failure,” spokesperson Charlie McCann said. “Last year's winner Fernando Alonso took advantage of Vettel's DNF in Spain and is 5/1 to win back-to-back.”

For the British Grand Prix, BetVictor.com offers the following on who will win the race*:

Sebastian Vettel 5/2
Lewis Hamilton 7/2
Fernando Alonso 5/1
Romain Grosjean 10/1
Kimi Raikkonen 10/1
Mark Webber ' 12/1
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Full details on the Hamilton offer are available if you click HERE.



* Odds correct at time of going to press, but are subject to change



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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 :)



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