1 Renault Fernando Alonso 637.5
2 RBR Renault Sebastian Vettel 655.0
3 RBR Renault Mark Webber 652.0
4 McLaren Mercedes Lewis Hamilton 650.5
5 Williams Toyota Nico Rosberg 654.0
6 McLaren Mercedes Heikki Kovalainen 655.5
7 Ferrari Kimi Räikkönen 651.5
8 Brawn Mercedes Jenson Button 664.5
9 Williams Toyota Kazuki Nakajima 658.0
11 STR Ferrari Sébastien Buemi *671.5
12 Toyota Jarno Trulli *671.3
13 Brawn Mercedes Rubens Barrichello *689.0
14 Toyota Timo Glock *679.2
15 Renault Nelson Piquet *667.7
16 BMW Sauber Nick Heidfeld *658.0
17 Force India Mercedes Giancarlo Fisichella *680.5
18 Force India Mercedes Adrian Sutil *683.5
19 BMW Sauber Robert Kubica *666.0
20 STR Ferrari Jaime Alguersuari *675.5
What a show off,Alonso! His car weights nearly 20kgs less than the Red Bull's. No competition in the race I think. Points finish for the Spaniard should be a nice result. He needs great effort to finish in 4 or 5 IMO let alone a podium.
If the race could be a normal start, which I mean no KERS involved, Vettel or Webber(less likely) should no doubt be the winner. However,we are talking about KERS here. Hamilton is probably going to jump ahead of the rest for the second time. He had no luck in Germany but maybe this time he could end the 1st lap on top. It's really going to be chaos with KERS and it's hard to predict the position of the rest KERS boys.
Even if Lewis could sit on top after start,I still don't think his car is quick enough to compete with Red Bull's. He needs someone to hold off the two Red Bulls for him in order to win it all. Podium finish is more realistic.
Who would actually win? Vettel? Webber? The two are most likely. If one of them could lead the rest after start, the other gets blocked by someone else,then the one in front wins it all.
I expect Brawns to bounce back especially Button. The British only completed one lap in Q3. He could get better result if not for Massa's accident(his car went on an investigation after the accident). The weather is expected to be much warmer than Fri and Sat. It is expected to be sunny with highest track temp. of the weekend which favors the Brawns(still cannot compete with RB's though).
Also Rosberg has been consistant this year. Rosberg/Button over Alonso show nice value IMO.
For now I'd stick with my previous stakes as they at least look good.
If you are interested in playing 'classified drivers OVER XX',you can have a few coins before the race start, then play it live. When certain player retires, the odds or the line moves and then blaze in!! The cars are more consistant now than they were 2 years ago thanks to less mechanic failures. Even if it rains, it is still possible for more than 16 cars to finally classify. Plus Hungaroring has high driver's classify record and good weather is expected. Also only one safety car situation in 6 years(once in a wet race when Button won).
Fastest lap special is a lottery. Glad All of my options got within top 7. Of course Hekki and Kimi worth a shot. Hope the guy not be Vettel in the end.