Austrian Grand Prix Betting – Daniel Ricciardo 16/1 to follow up Canadian win

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Updated: June 19, 2014
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The Grand Prix returns to Austria for the first time in more than a decade this weekend with Boylesports installing Mercedes, Lewis Hamilton, as the 4/6 favourite to win a fifth F1 race this season.

His team mate, Nico Rosberg who currently leads the Drivers Championship by 22 points is priced at 7/4 to land a third victory this season. With seven of the nineteen races in the 2014 F1 season completed both Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg head the betting at 10/11 to win the 2014 Drivers Championship.

Fresh from his victory in the Canadian Grand Prix, Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo, is priced at 16/1 to follow up with victory in Austria, whilst his team mate Sebastian Vettel is also priced at 16/1 having been installed at 20/1 to register his first win of the 2014 season.

Liam Glynn, PR Executive at Boylesports said “Lewis Hamilton will be hoping that he can get back to winning ways in Austria this weekend and is steady in the betting at 4/6. We have laid Sebastian Vettel at 20/1 and have had to cut the four times World Champion into 16/1 for victory in Austria this weekend.”

He added “In the Drivers Championship, Nico Rosberg continues to attract support at 10/11 and he is no proving to be our biggest Ante post liability having been supported in from 3/1 in the past few weeks.”

Austrian Grand Prix – Outright Betting

Hamilton, Lewis 4/6

Rosberg, Nico 7/4

Ricciardo, Daniel 16/1

Vettel, Sebastian 16/1

Alonso, Fernando 33/1

Massa, Felipe 50/1

Bottas, Valtteri 50/1

Raikkonen, Kimi 66/1

80/1 Bar

EW 1/3 1, 2

Formula 1 2014 – Drivers Championship 2014

Hamilton, Lewis 10/11

Rosberg, Nico 10/11

Ricciardo, Daniel 33/1

Vettel, Sebastian 33/1

Alonso, Fernando 100/1

500/1 Bar

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