F1 British Grand Prix odds
The British Grand Prix is one of the oldest races to have continuously formed part of the Formula One calendar, having been a feature for every year since 1948. However, the 2011 British Grand Prix is set to pose a new challenge to drivers as it represents the first time that the second stage of a major configuration of the circuit will be tackled.
Pivotal to the changes has been the movement of both the start/finish line and pits to the straight between the new Abbey and Club Corner. This is expected to result in drivers spending less time in the pits and in theory should play into the hands of the fastest cars as they can put their extra speed to good use at Silverstone.
Few reasons to focus on Red Bull odds for British Grand Prix
Not only have Red Bull begun the season as the dominant constructor in Formula One, but the team have also proved tough to stop at Silverstone in recent seasons. Red Bull are looking for a hat-trick of British Grand Prix victories after Sebastian Vettel’s triumph in 2009 and then Mark Webber’s victory last year.
Key for Red Bull is that they have claimed pole position in each of these two years. Which driver will start from the front of the grid is one of the numerous British Grand Prix odds markets, with the types of tyres a team chooses to use and how much fuel they decide to put into their tanks factors that may affect grid position. Another alternate Formula One market available aside from the race winner is which drivers fill the remaining two places on the podium.