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Nic Ladds 7th Oct 2010 - 13:48

Money continues to come for Formula 1

A William Hill shop punter has backed Lewis Hamilton to the tune of £2,500 to finish on the podium in Japan.

This has seen his odds cut from 11/10 to 10/11 to finish in the top three.

Lewis Hamilton is the current 13/2 fourth favourite, having squandered his lead in the Championships with three DNFs in four races.

Mark Webber and Fernando Alonso are the 7/2 joint favourites.

Hills are also offering Championship doubles on winning driver and winning constructor. For Webber to win and Red Bull to win the Constructors championship is the 15/8 favourite with Hills, just ahead of the 5/2 offered for Alonso and Red Bull.

Hills make Sebastian Vettel the 15/8 favourite to win in Suzuka, with form driver, Fernando Alonso the 5/2 second favourite.

"We are absolutely ecstatic with the way that the season has finished. Turnover has not tailed off, as it has in previous years and our punters are continuing to put their faith in their favourite drivers," said Hill's spokesman Joe Crilly.

William Hill Formula 1 Odds:

Championship Doubles: 15/8 Mark Webber/Red Bull; 5/2 Fernando Alonso/Red Bull; 15/4 Sebastian Vettel/Red Bull;1 7/2 Lewis Hamilton/Red Bull; 10/1 Lewis Hamilton/McLaren; 12/1 Fernando Alonso/McLaren; 20/1 Sebastian Vettel/McLaren; 20/1 Jenson Button/Red Bull; 28/1 Jenson Button/McLaren; 28/1 Fernando Alonso/Ferrari

Japanese Grand Prix - Race Winner: 15/8 Sebastian Vettel; 5/2 Fernando Alonso; 7/2 Mark Webber; 9/2 Lewis Hamilton; 12/1 Jenson Button; 22/1 Felipe Massa; 50/1 Robert Kubica; 66/1 BAR

Japanese Grand Prix - Podium Finish: 4/11 Sebastian Vettel; 1/2 Fernando Alonso; 8/13 Mark Webber; 10/11 Lewis Hamilton; 2/1 Jenson Button; 7/2 Felipe Massa; 8/1 Robert Kubica; 10/1 Robert Kubica; 25/1 BAR

Constructor's Championship: 1/5 Red Bull; 4/1 McLaren; 16/1 Ferrari

Drivers Championship: 7/4 Mark Webber; 7/4 Fernando Alonso; 7/2 Sebastian Vettel; 13/2 Lewis Hamilton; 14/1 Jenson Button.


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