Brawn GP should also be the candidate for the fastest lap. They are fast this weekend with high track
temperature. Kovalainen,Barrichello and Button are also possible for making a hot flying lap.
Kovalainen should be motivated this weekend and would push hard. Hamilton can be fast early on,but could switch off at the later stage when he's leading comfortably,just like what happened in Hungaroring.
Raikonen is always a candidate,however,I doubt his motivation. Hopefully, he would push hard ffs!
Hamilton to win Valencia @3.75 2u L unreal shit! Raikkonen podium finish @4 1u W YES!KIMI!
Raikkonen fastest lap @11 0.4u L Glock
Constructor To Retire First: Renault @8 0.2u L
No safty car period @2.4 2u W easy as piss! Books have no fkin' clue.
How many cars will fail to complete the first lap? 0 @ 1.75 1.2u W easiest ever
J Alguersuari over L Badoer @1.7 2u W
Team Best classified car
Williams over Renault @1.83 1u W Rosberg is always reliable!
BMW-Sauber over Renault @2.15 1u L BMW suck ass!
-6.92u for qualifying and +5.53u for race! -1.39u for the weekend.
First weekend this season in red,thanks to that Alonso bet! Anyway, it's gonna be a great price for me to green out my Brawns outright!
It happens... Old McLaren struck again. That's why it's not a good idea to take anything below 1.7 for a driver to win before the race.
Winning constructor: Red Bull @2.65 2u
Raikkonen podium finish @3.25 1.6u
Raikkonen fastest lap @11 0.6u
I agree with book makers and expect Red Bull to bounce back at Spa. The track simply suits Red Bulls and Ferraris. The weather will be mostly sunny with 20% of rain on Saturday. The temperature will be below 20C,definately not good news for the Brawns. Red Bulls did well in silverstone and they should also do well here. KERS won't be of much help on this fast track. Also the track requires much down force which McLaren seems to be lack of(They have developed new front wings and going to use new chassis in Spa. No idea how much the new parts'll help). Raikkonen is three-time winner on this track, that's reason enough to back the Finns.
Also I'm still going to take the following good shit later on.
No safty car
0 drivers fail to complete the 1st lap
classified drivers over 16.5(18 drivers classified in Valencia,lol)
hamilton backers were defo robbed, that tyre change took too long.
He didn't lose 6+ seconds there. Rubens was over 6 seconds up after he pitted and he even had enough fuel to do a couple more laps before stopping. He only came in because the gap was big enough and there was some threat for a SC after Nakajima's tire blew. As Whitmarh said, it was an error, but Rubens' would have won anyway.