China Grand Prix betting review
Lewis Hamilton's faultless weekend ends in victory in China.
Although the race wasn't the most scintillating of affairs, Lewis' disciplined drive was enough and the race ended with the McLaren driver 15 seconds ahead of defending champion Felipe Massa who would appear to have been given P2 under Ferrari team orders, as third place Kimi Raikkonen looked the faster of the Italian cars.
Hamilton is now within touching distance of the Drivers' Championship title and hopes look good for the Brit. Although he was in the same position this time last year and came away from the 2007 season fruitless, another season's experience in the F1 cockpit should enhance his form enough to gain the fifth place required for the title.
Renault's Fernando Alonso continued his recent return to form and managed fourth place, gaining points for the french team who appear to hw.willhill.com/iibs/EN/buildcoupon.asp?couponchoiave arrived at the party, if not a little late.
Robert Kubica's hopes of a title shot were dashed this weekend as the BMW driver could only manage sixth place behind Nick Heidfeld, and is now unable to head the drivers' standings.
Here at William Hill, we're confident Lewis Hamilton has what it takes to win the title, but if you think we're wrong - we'll offer you joint top price of 5/1 on Felipe Massa winning the Drivers' Championship , with McLaren 8/1 to take the Constructors' Championship from favourites Ferrari.