Lewis Hamilton favourite to land 2014 F1 title

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Updated: April 1, 2014

Lewis Hamilton landed the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday and is now the favourite at 21/20 to win a second World title having last won the Drivers’ Championship in 2008.

Team mate, Nico Rosberg, currently leads the Drivers’ Championship on 43 points having registered a win in the Australian Grand Prix and finished second in the Malaysian Grand Prix. The German is priced at 11/4 to win his first Drivers’ Championship whilst current champion, Sebastian Vettel, is priced at 3/1 to retain the title having been 5/1 prior to his third place at the weekend.

In the Constructors’ Championship, Mercedes currently lead the table on 68 points, and as a result, their price has shortened into 3/10 from 4/7 whilst Red Bull are 10/3 to retain the title and win a fifth consecutive Constructors’ Championship.

Liam Glynn, PR Executive at Boylesports said “Mercedes look to be firing in all cylinders so far this season and are now red hot at 3/10 to win their first Constructors’ Championship.

He added “Lewis Hamilton will be bidding to win his second Drivers’ Championship but it looks like he may have stiff competition from his team mate, Nico Rosberg, who currently is our worst Ante Post result and continues to be supported at his current odds of 11/4.

Formula 1 2014 – Drivers Championship 2014

Hamilton, Lewis 21/20

Rosberg, Nico 11/4

Vettel, Sebastian 3/1

Alonso, Fernando 12/1

Button, Jenson 33/1

Magnussen, Kevin 33/1

Raikkonen, Kimi 33/1

Ricciardo, Daniel 50/1

100/1 Bar

EW 1/3 1, 2

Formula 1 2014 – Constructors Championship

Mercedes 3/10

Red Bull 10/3

Ferrari 10/1

McLaren 16/1

Williams 50/1

500/1 Bar

Comments

One Comment

  1. christoff

    04/02/2014 at 10:30 am

    hi,its to early to predict,its unfair to heap this favourite tag on LH at early stage of the F1 season.

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