BetNose sniffs out the best odds and a pre race preview for the European Grand Prix.
Formula-1 European Grand Prix introduced after many years in the 1983 is a regular event since 1999. This year the FI-European Grand Prix is scheduled at Valencia Street Circuit, Spain from 22nd June to 24th June, 2012.
European Grand Prix Track
The racing track of 5.419 km needs 57 laps for travelling a racing distance of 308.883 km. T. Glock has a record of 1min 38.683 seconds of making the fastest lap run on this track set in 2009. Of 25 bends, fourteen are to the right and remaining eleven to the left. The layout is challenging with two hair pin and seven sharp bends.
European Grand Prix History
Last year Sebastian Vettel of Germany and team Red Bull – Renault, took the pole position with timing of 1min36.975 sec. He went on to take the podium with race timing of 1hr 39 min 36.196 sec. Local racer Fernando Alonso of Ferrari took the second spot while Bed Bull – Renault’s Mark Webber became third.
European Grand Prix Betting Tips
This year the fortunes as of now are mixed in this F-1 races. Of the seven races held so far no driver has won more than one race. Australian Grand Prix was won by Jenson Button, Malaysian by Fernando Alonso, Chinese Formula 1 was won by Nico Rosberg, Bahrain by Sebastian Vettel, Spanish by Pastor Maldonado, Monaco by Marc Webber, and Canadian Grand Prix by Lewis Hamilton. However Hamilton is in the top spot closely followed by four drivers. The Valencia Grand Prix could be so close that Hamilton could fall back to the other three
The races begin with two practice sessions at 10am and 2pm on Friday 22nd June, 2012, followed by another practice session on 23rd June at 11am. The qualifications are slated for Saturday afternoon at 2pm. The finals are scheduled on 24th June, Sunday at 2pm.
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