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F1 Betting 2009 Schedule at Sports Gambling

F1 betting will begin with the powerful Ferrari team as defending champions and favorites on the auto racing odds board.

F1 betting fans also must give McLaren-Mercedes a strong look against the auto racing odds after their 2008 second place finish.  BMW Sauber is another F1 betting favorite for 2009 as they finished a strong third last season and have proven to be a consistent threat against the auto racing odds.

From there the F1 betting rankings drop off significantly into a second class of teams from Renault and Toyota that are not quite strong enough to be favorites against the auto racing odds.  F1 betting begins March 29 with the ING Australian Grand Prix.  That is followed on April 5 with the Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix.

On April 19 the Chinese Grand Prix will offer F1 betting action followed on April 26 with the Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix.  Then on May 10 F1 betting attention will turn towards then Gran Premio De España Telefónica 2009 event.

May 24 features one of the favorite and most glamorous events on the F1 betting circuit as the Grand Prix de Monaco will take place.  That will be followed on June 7 with the ING Turkish Grand Prix.  June 21 will offer the Santander British Grand Prix and that is followed by the Grosser Preis Santander Von Deutschland on July 12.

July 26 F1 betting action will be from Budapest with the ING Magyar Nagydij 2009.   F1 betting will then resume August 23 with the Telefónica Grand Prix of Europe from Valencia.  That is followed August 30 with the ING Belgian Grand Prix.  September 13 then has the Gran Premio Santander D’Italia 2009 from Monza.

That is followed on September 27 with the Singapore Grand Prix.  October 4 features the Fuji Television Japanese Grand Prix.  That is followed by the October 18 Grande Premio Do Brasil 2009.  The F1 betting season will end November 1 with the Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

Lewis Hamilton of McLaren is the defending driver champion.  He beat out Ferrari’s Felipe Massa by a single point.  Massa’s Ferrari teammate Kimi Raikkonen finished third with Robert Kubica of BMW Sauber just one point behind in fourth.

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