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Spanish GP tips: Hamilton and Vettel favourites in Barcelona

| 10.05.2018

The Formula One circus moves to Europe for round five of the 2018 season in Spain.

Lewis Hamilton sits top of the standings after lucking in to victory in Azerbaijan two weeks ago.

But with title rival Sebastian Vettel just four points behind, the title fight is simmering nicely.

Hamilton heads to the Circuit de Barcelona as Evens favourite for victory. There’s 6/4 about Vettel prevailing in Spain.

Mercedes have dominated the event in recent seasons, and after three successive races which have favoured Ferrari, the German outfit could be the ones to beat this time around.

It’s been an exciting start to the season, and Hamilton and Vettel have rarely had it their own way.

Valtteri Bottas has been unlucky not to win twice already this year. The Finn has been much-improved this term and is desperate for his luck to change.

It’s 15/2 he bags his fourth career win on Sunday.

There will be plenty of attention on Red Bull duo Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen following their high-speed collision in Baku.

It cost the team a huge number of points, but they could go well this weekend. Both drivers will be out to make amends. Ricciardo is 9/1 to claim his second win of the season, with Verstappen 10/1.

The other main contender is Kimi Raikkonen, who has shown an impressive turn of speed this season.

The 2007 world champion appears happy with Ferrari’s new car, and is 12/1 to claim his first win since 2013 this weekend.

A whole host of major updates and developments usually arrive in Spain, as teams finally get back to European soil following the flyaway events.

McLaren are set to bring a raft of changes after a lukewarm start to the season. Home favourite Fernando Alonso is 6/4 to finish in the top six, with a podium result out at 16/1.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing



Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.