Will Hamilton go all or nothing?
British F1 drivers hoping Brazil brings them luck once more but will Hamilton go all or nothing?
William Hill are expecting one of their highest turnovers of the year when Formula 1 touches down in Interlagos on Friday.
The Drivers' Championship is the closest in 30 years and by having a four o'clock starting time, the Brazilian G.P. does not have to compete for the punters' pounds.
Hills have doubled their turnover since last year and are expecting six figure sums for both of the last two races of the season.
Lewis Hamilton needs a maximum points haul to get his title bid back on track and Hills are offering 2/1 that he either wins the race or gets no points.
Fernando Alonso is the 8/13 favourite to win this year's Championship and 7/1 that he wins it this weekend while Mark Webber is the 11/5 second favourite with Hills. British prospects Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button are offered at 10/1 and 200/1 respectively.
"This year's Drivers' Championship has had more twists and turns than the track at Monaco and there could yet be a few more in Brazil," said Hill's spokesman Joe Crilly.
The Red Bull pairing of Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel are the 9/4 joint favourites to grab the checkered flag, although the Interlagos has been kind to British drivers in the last two years and Lewis can be backed at 9/2, while Jenson is 16/1.
Driver's Championship: 8/13 Fernando Alonso; 11/5 Mark Webber; 10/1 Lewis Hamilton; 14/1 Sebastian Vettel; 200/1 Jenson Button
Brazilian Grand Prix Outright: 9/4 Mark Webber; 9/4 Sebastian Vettel; 7/2 Fernando Alonso; 9/2 Lewis Hamilton; 16/1 Jenson Button; 16/1 Felipe Massa; 28/1 Robert Kubica; 40/1 BAR