After a legendary, record-breaking run in 2016, BET-IBC’s Bookmaker are happy to announce you that the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix is returning for more speed, thrills and excitement.
This Grand Prix has been held on and off since 1908, known as the American Grand Prize. The Circuit in Austin, Texas is the first purpose-built F1 facility in the US and was officially inaugurated on October 21,2012 by the 1978 F1 World champion, Mario Andretti.
It has a length of 5.513 km and there will be 56 laps resulting in a total race distance of 308.405 km. It also has a sharp 12th turn which could easily cost time for the drivers. The lap record is 1:39:347 and is held by Sebastian Vettel.
Current driver standings:
|4.||Daniel Ricciardo||AUS||Red Bull Racing Tag Heuer||192|
Looking at the board, Hamilton will only have to get 16 more points to defeat Vettel in the Championship mathematically. If he wins this one and Vettel finishes in 6th or lower it’s all over and Hamilton will get his 4th Champion Title and become the most successful Formula One driver of Britain. Furthermore, he will have as many Championship titles as Sebastian Vettel and the professor Alain Prost. Up to now, he has won 8 races this season and the US Grand Prix 3 times in a row during the recent years.
A possible Vettel victory will give him some hope for a 5th title and most of all a chance to get closer to the record of 7 titles held by the legend of Michael Schumacher.
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As usually, you will be able to bet on the Constructor Team where Mercedes is the favorite by the Bookies. This season they are also leading over Ferrari by 145 points. Sebastian Vettel’s early retirements in the Japanese and Singapore Grand Prix have given us things to consider but we are sure that this will probably not be the case this time. Unless of course his team mate Kimi Räikkönen will go wild again or Max Verstappen does his usual mad driving.
What do you think? Will this race crown the winner of this year’s Championship?